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Beware of Hurting Our Weakest Students when Moving Classes Online
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Beware of Hurting Our Weakest Students when Moving Classes Online

Our weakest students should not be the ones bearing the greatest costs of moving classes online.

Getting a Program Right (6)
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Getting a Program Right (6)

Thanks for your patience.

Getting a Program Right (5)
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Getting a Program Right (5)

Are we there yet?

Voting as Tallying in Public
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Voting as Tallying in Public

Voting requires common acknowledgement.  Can that be achieved in automation?

Getting a Program Right (4, Also Includes 3')
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Getting a Program Right (4, Also Includes 3')

Trying again.

Getting a Program Right (3)
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Getting a Program Right (3)

Attempt #3 to write a binary search program.

How Does a Pantograph Work?
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How Does a Pantograph Work?

Pantographs have been widely used for centuries; for example, in surveying and embroidery. With these devices, drawings can be enlarged and reduced.

Getting a Program Right (2)
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Getting a Program Right (2)

Trying to fix a binary search attempt.

How Do We Make AI More Ethical?
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How Do We Make AI More Ethical?

Scientists consider the limits of ethics in the realm of artificial intelligence, and how to mitigate its biases.

Developing Computational Solutions With Humility: Recommending Morgan Ames' 'The Charisma Machine'
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Developing Computational Solutions With Humility: Recommending Morgan Ames' 'The Charisma Machine'

Morgan Ames' book highlights the missing HCI design process for the XO Laptop 

Getting a Program Right (1)
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Getting a Program Right (1)

Why it is good to have a systematic approach to software verification.

There is More Than One Way to Become a Good Programmer
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There is More Than One Way to Become a Good Programmer

A recent Communications of the ACM article casts aspersions on the innovative concept of code academy, a fast-developing approach to teaching programming. The analysis...

Talented Programmers Don't Tolerate Chaos
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Talented Programmers Don't Tolerate Chaos

Talented programmers will strive to structure chaos and write perfect code.

Why IT Professionals Get A Bad Rap For Their Communications
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Why IT Professionals Get A Bad Rap For Their Communications

Tips for improving business IT communications.

The Vote as a Declared Datum
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The Vote as a Declared Datum

A vote is a datum that sheds its original identity but persists.

Why Is There No Well-Known Swiss IT Industry?
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Why Is There No Well-Known Swiss IT Industry?

Herbert Bruderer asks why no information technology industry emerged in Switzerland in the 1950s, despite the appearance of computers from several sources.

Not So Good After All? Don't Let 'Altruism' Kill Your Company
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Not So Good After All? Don't Let 'Altruism' Kill Your Company

Altruism is often heralded as a panacea for management challenges, but it could actually be a death sentence for your team and projects. Here's why. 

The Internet at 50
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The Internet at 50

A personalized take on three things we have to celebrate about the Internet today.

Evolution Through Revolution: Getting Your Team to Embrace Change
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Evolution Through Revolution: Getting Your Team to Embrace Change

Don't accept the status quo. Instead, build a team willing to fight for positive change.

Computing Continues to Dominate STEM Career Opportunities
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Computing Continues to Dominate STEM Career Opportunities

According to the most recent (2018-28) U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics Employment Projections, the top five STEM career opportunities are all in computing.
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