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Who is Camille Noûs, who has contributed to hundreds of papers on Google Scholar?

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#### Tech Meetups In A Pandemic

By 2019, I generally thought there wasn't much that could surprise me about organizing meetups. Then Covid-19 hit. I was so wrong.

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#### How Does One Divide with Napier's Rods?

Napier's multiplication and division rods, deriving from the basic multiplication table, simplify calculations considerably.

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#### Protecting Enterprise Use of IoT

How to strengthen the security of the Internet of Things in organizations.

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#### The Solar System from the Computational Thinking Perspective

We describe our choice of the solar system as one of the main illustrative examples used in our MOOC on computational thinking.

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#### The Role of Computer Science in Elite Higher Education: Seeing the Expert Blind Spot

CS has an important role in preparing elite scientists, engineers, and mathematicians.

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#### Design Orientation and Optimization

Considering how to concurrently maximize output via vertical and horizontal optimization.

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#### How Does One Multiply with Napier's Rods?

Napier's multiplication and division rods, deriving from the basic multiplication table, simplify calculations considerably.

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#### The Triad of Graduate Studies

The Research Community, Research Subject, and Research Process.

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#### Software Learning: The Art Of Design Regret

How should software engineers try to classify their reflections?

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#### Gaming the System: Definition

To game a programmed system means thwarting non-programmed intention.

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#### A Standard Plan for Modern Requirements

The ambitious systems that we develop today need a proper requirements structure. The plan defined here organizes requirements specification along four books, the...

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#### How Does One Calculate With A Circular Slide Rule?

The circular slide rule was widely used until the 1970s.

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#### 10 Tips for Implementing Executable Exams

The focus is on executable exams for an Introduction to Computer Science course.

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#### 20 Years of 'Software Engineering for Innovative Internet Applications'

Addressing the question: Why is software engineering part of the undergraduate computer science curriculum?

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#### A Chance for Rebirth

Application of DECT technology in the concept of the Internet of Things.

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#### Understanding NoSQL Database Types: Key Value

Of all non-relationals, the key-value store is by far the most popular due to its extreme simplicity.

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#### Inclusive Integration of Computing in School Districts: Two Essential Tradeoffs

When integrating computer science and computational thinking in a school district through inclusive learning pathways, school district leaders face challenging...

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#### Is Computing a Team Sport?

I take a peek at the history of computing to see if pioneering early developments were the results of team effort.

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#### Why Did We Ever Think the First Programming Language Didn't Matter?

Maybe the first programming language didn't really matter, because students learning programming were different.