Since a professor is usually in a better position to judge your academic ability as well as research ability, it's generally recommended to do it the other way: 2 from professors and 1 from your employer, even if it's been a few years since you saw your professors.
How about the LORs,shall i take 2 from current organization and 1 from university professors?
As far as your CS background, I don't know. You obviously have some of the prereqs covered.
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On a discursive note, I'm also in a similar situation. I will only take a single letter of recommendation from my "distinguished professor" at college. I'm also thinking of asking for two letters of recommendation from people who are my immediate "superiors" at work. I think certainly that if they could give "pretty good" recommendations. I also know someone a DRDO scientist under whom I had done a literature survey-- Does this help in M.S. admissions??? (Does a letters of recommendation from the DRDO scientist help me in M.S. in C.S at U.S. universities.???
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