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Deficits Worry Intel Chairman Craig Barrett
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Deficits Worry Intel Chairman Craig Barrett

Craig Barrett joined Intel Corp. as a technology-development manager in 1974, and rose through the ranks to become chief executive officer in 1998. In 2005, he...

Re-Envisioning the Computer Science Curriculum
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Re-Envisioning the Computer Science Curriculum

Dan Garcia, a lecturer in the EECS department at UC Berkeley, talks with Intel's Paul Steinberg and Contra Costa College Professor Tom Murphy about parallelism,...

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How to Recruit Students For Government Service

According to a project completed by second-year master's students at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government, government needs to be doing a better job of recruiting...

The Rise, Fall, and Resurrection of Software as a Service
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The Rise, Fall, and Resurrection of Software as a Service

The commercial opportunities of software as a service are widely hyped these days and many think SaaS is the future of software. That might be true in the medium...

The Network Neutrality Debate Hits Europe
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The Network Neutrality Debate Hits Europe

Differences in telecommunications regulation between the U.S. and the European Union are a key factor in viewing the debate over network neutrality legislation...

A New Approach to Improving Stem Education
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A New Approach to Improving Stem Education

The $787 billion U.S. economic stimulus package includes $2.5 billion in additional funding for the National Science Foundation and STEM (science, technology, engineering...

Long Live the .250 Hitter
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Long Live the .250 Hitter

Minorities make up nearly half the players in today's Major League Baseball. Not so for women in computer science. They're not integrated because computer science...

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Could the U.S. Repel a Massive Distributed Cyber Attack?

While Russia and the U.S. spend billions on heavy military hardware, China is concentrating on education and hacking. The U.S. is still outsourcing computer work...

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...

Computing as Social Science
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Computing as Social Science

College students must be shown that computer science is social, relevant, important, and caring. The way computer science is taught can hold students' interest...

Advising Students For Success
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Advising Students For Success

Some advice for those doing the advising (and what the advisors can learn from the advisees).

Your Students Are Your Legacy
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Your Students Are Your Legacy

This Viewpoint boils down into a few magazine pages what I've learned in my 32 years of mentoring Ph.D. students.

When Is a 'License' Really a Sale?
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When Is a 'License' Really a Sale?

Can you resell software even if the package says you can't? What are the implications for copyright law of the U.S. Supreme Court's unanimous June 2008 decision...

Is Software Engineering Engineering?
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Is Software Engineering Engineering?

Software engineering continues to be dogged by claims it is not engineering. Adopting a computer-systems view that embraces hardware, software, and user environment...

Point/Counterpoint: Network Neutrality Nuances
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Point/Counterpoint: Network Neutrality Nuances

A discussion of divergent paths to unrestricted access of content and applications via the Internet.

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Inside Risks: U.S. Election After-Math

Recounting problems still associated with election integrity, transparency, and accountability.

International Communications Tapped For Intelligence-Gathering
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International Communications Tapped For Intelligence-Gathering

Governments concerned with national-security threats use the Internet to gather intelligence from communications traffic that transits local facilities. This surveillance...

Human Computing Skills: Rethinking the K-12 Experience
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Human Computing Skills: Rethinking the K-12 Experience

Establishing the fundamentals of computational thinking is essential to improving computer science education.

Economic and Business Dimensions: The Extent of Globalization of Software Innovation
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Economic and Business Dimensions: The Extent of Globalization of Software Innovation

Will the software development laboratories follow the production mills?

The Dot-Org Difference
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The Dot-Org Difference

One of the first things you'll notice about the new Communications Web site (cacm.acm.org) is that it has different...
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