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And the 2016 ICPC Winner is….
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And the 2016 ICPC Winner is….

The results are in for the 2016 ACM-ICPC World Finals

Culture and Tech Unite at ICPC
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Culture and Tech Unite at ICPC

Opening Ceremony and IBM TechTrek @ ACM ICPC 2016.

Welcome to the 40th Annual ACM-ICPC World Finals in Phuket, Thailand
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Welcome to the 40th Annual ACM-ICPC World Finals in Phuket, Thailand

The ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest, sponsored by IBM, is the oldest, largest, and most prestigious programming competition in the world.

Using Other STEM Disciplines to Predict Future Computing Education
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Using Other STEM Disciplines to Predict Future Computing Education

A recent AAAS Symposium on STEM Education provides the opportunity to compare computing education to other STEM education.

US-BLS: Computing Employment Outlook Remains Bright
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US-BLS: Computing Employment Outlook Remains Bright

According to the most recent US-BLS Employment Projections, most STEM career opportunities are in computing.

Combining Arts and Technology, Creating STEAM Curricula
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Combining Arts and Technology, Creating STEAM Curricula

A "STEAM teaching autobiography."

Computational Thinking, 10 Years Later
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Computational Thinking, 10 Years Later

It’s been 10 years since I published my three-page "Computational Thinking" viewpoint in the March 2006 issue of the Communications of the ACM.

Qualify Your Quantifiers...Or, Exactly Who All Is CS4?
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Qualify Your Quantifiers...Or, Exactly Who All Is CS4?

Unfortunately, there is a critical vagueness to "Computer Science for All."

SC16 Expands Focus on HPC Provider Community, Practitioners
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SC16 Expands Focus on HPC Provider Community, Practitioners

State of the Practice focus at SC16 expands opportunities for HPC service providers and practitioners to publish their innovations and best practices.

CS Classes Have Different Results than Laboratory Experiments – Not in a Good Way
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CS Classes Have Different Results than Laboratory Experiments – Not in a Good Way

Why is it that the predictors of success in CS classes are not predictors in experiments?

SC16 Adds Computational Reproducibility to Student Competition
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SC16 Adds Computational Reproducibility to Student Competition

SC16 has replaced the standard HPC benchmarks in its popular Student Cluster Competition with the task of reproducing the results of a recent HPC paper.

Wax Woz, Stan Lee, and 30,000 Close Friends
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Wax Woz, Stan Lee, and 30,000 Close Friends

Last weekend, Steve Wozniak and Stan Lee launched the first annual Silicon Valley Comic Con.

AlphaGo is Not the Solution to AI
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AlphaGo is Not the Solution to AI

Some of the discussion around this seems like giddy overstatement.

What's Your Research?
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What's Your Research?

Research is about solving problems.

California's Internet Voting Initiatives
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California's Internet Voting Initiatives

The vast majority of computer and network security experts agree that there is currently no way to adequately secure an online public election.

State of the States: Progress Toward CS for All
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State of the States: Progress Toward CS for All

Achieving the President's goal of CS for All requires change at the local level. Here's the current state of the states.

Review a Draft of the K-12 CS Framework
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Review a Draft of the K-12 CS Framework

ACM, CSTA, and Code.org are working jointly with more than 100 advisors within the computing community to steer a process to build a framework for K-12 CS Education...

Toward a Discourse on Cyber Strategy
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Toward a Discourse on Cyber Strategy

Efforts to understand how advanced information technologies will affect future conflicts seem to be missing, or are taking place far from the public eye.

The Inverse Lake Wobegon Effect
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The Inverse Lake Wobegon Effect

Where we take a sample from a privileged group, and assume that we know the population.
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