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Working on getting a bachelor's degree and specializing in Java.

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comment Critique of this short text about inequality and contempt
Thanks for your feedback. Yes, I can understand there are missing leaps of logic. What I am trying to get down in writing is along the lines of this article. forbes.com/sites/harrybinswanger/2013/09/17/…
comment Is it plausible to get a contract with an US/UK publisher as a foreigner?
As stated below, if your english is good enough there's no reason why a publisher wouldn't take you on board aside from any issues linked to paperwork (and even then). Your book will be addressing english speakers accross the world and not just an anglosaxon audience. Also, there is demand for variety (considered refreshing by some readers) so a difference in name or style would not be an obstacle. Lastly, I would take action now and only consider obstacles as they appear ;)