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Dual Degree Programs Aim to Create Better Engineers

The Computing Research Association recently reported that enrollment in engineering and computer science programs increased by 8 percent over the 2007-2008 school...

They're Hiring in Hong Kong
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They're Hiring in Hong Kong

A sudden wave of hiring in East Asia, especially in Hong Kong, could lead to a brain drain of computer science talent away from America. Talented IT professionals...

Five Things to Do If You Lose Your It Job
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Five Things to Do If You Lose Your It Job

While it's only natural to feel apprehension about IT job security, some are discovering opportunity in the wake of unemployment. The most successful job seekers...

Pitt, CM­ Try to Buck Sliding Trend of Women Studying Computer Science
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Pitt, CM­ Try to Buck Sliding Trend of Women Studying Computer Science

Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) computer science education graduate student Leigh Ann Sudol says computer science suffers from the lack of female participation...

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Project to Support Minority Students in Science Is Working, Report Says

The number of minority scientists is increasing, concludes a report from the American Association for the Advancement of Science's Alliances for Graduate Education...

How H-1b Workers Affect ­U.S. Jobs
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How H-1b Workers Affect ­U.S. Jobs

The political backlash against U.S. employers hiring highly-skilled foreign workers resurfaced this week as companies applied for H-1B temporary visas. Professor...

Computer Science Field Needs a Few (more) Good Women
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Computer Science Field Needs a Few (more) Good Women

When ACM (the Association for Computing Machinery) awarded Barbara Liskov the prestigious A.M. Turing Award earlier this month, its decision and timing were perfect...

Top 10 Technology Skills
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Top 10 Technology Skills

Although many sectors of the economy are struggling to survive, the information technology (IT) industry is still relatively strong. Employment experts say that...

STEM Education Status Quo Is a Recipe For Trouble
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STEM Education Status Quo Is a Recipe For Trouble

A STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) education initiative is long overdue! Data on science education in America collected over the past few...

Class of 2009: Computer Science Majors Still in Demand
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Class of 2009: Computer Science Majors Still in Demand

The nation's leading computer science programs say graduating seniors are still sought after by technology vendors and corporate shops, despite the global economic...

Computer Science Classes Gets Their Groove Back
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Computer Science Classes Gets Their Groove Back

A new report from the Computing Research Association (CRA) found that student enrollment in computer science (CS) has risen for the first time in six years. The...

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Avoid Getting Reorganized Out of Your Company

Reorganizations grab fewer headlines than job losses, but they are common in a recession, and often precede or follow layoffs. Learning to deal with these reorganizations...

Scholarship Program Targets Need For Cyber Security Skills
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Scholarship Program Targets Need For Cyber Security Skills

The Scholarship for Service (SFS) program, jointly run by the National Science Foundation and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS), is becoming a widely...

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Scholarships Available to Attendees of the 2009 Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing

The Anita Borg Institute for Women and Technology (ABI) expects to draw more scholarship applications for the 2009 Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing...

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Electronic Portfolios: a Path to the Future of Learning

A strategy that involves something akin to electronic student portfolios (ePortfolios) is vital to a shift in educational focus from teaching to learning, write...

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Will Your Talent Pool Fix You Or Ruin You When Growth Returns?

With the national unemployment rate now above 8% and many companies dealing with frozen or slashed IT budgets, it's a pretty long stretch to imagine a shortage...

The Youngest Ethical Hacker in India
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The Youngest Ethical Hacker in India

Sixteen-year-old Sahil Khan calls himself a hacker, not a cracker, a distinction that puts him on the ethical side of computer security. A "cracker" is a cyber...

Bootstrapping Web Workers Get A Roadmap At Sxsw 2009
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Bootstrapping Web Workers Get A Roadmap At Sxsw 2009

At this year's SXSW event, a session called "Bootstrap Your Startup" provided valuable insight for Web workers who are thinking about starting a new Internet company...

Staying Afloat in Today's Crowded Talent Pool
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Staying Afloat in Today's Crowded Talent Pool

Bob Damon (pictured), president of North America for executive search firm Korn/Ferry International, explains how senior IT professionals can find new job opportunities...

Computer Science Majors Increase at Most Significant Rate Since Dot Com Boom
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Computer Science Majors Increase at Most Significant Rate Since Dot Com Boom

The number of computer science majors enrolled in U.S. universities rose 8.1 percent in 2008, the first increase in six years, reports the Computing Research Association...
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