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Interview with Claire Le Goues

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Carnegie Mellon Assistant Professor Claire Le Goues

"Any non-trivial piece of software is too large for a single person to understand. It's a lot more about techniques for managing complexity," says CMU Associate Professor Claire Le Goues.

Claire Le Goues, an associate professor at Carnegie Mellon University, describes the similarities of high school debate and computer science, why taking the LSAT is fun, women in academia, and more.

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