S&T to Prop?

I posted a similar thread about jumping to VC, but has anyone here jumped to a prop firm? I understand it's a lot more casual and you trade your own capital but how could that possibly be better than using thinkorswim, etc. How much programming (python) knowledge would you realistically need to make such a transition and does your degree matter as much as your network? Appreciate the support!

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