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Sep'16

Algorithms can even save lives

When Randy Bilyeu disappeared, he was hunting for the Fenn Treasure, a chest allegedly filled with gold, precious stones, and …

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14

Aug'16

What is the Internet of Things and how does ARM fit in?

Britain’s best unknown tech business ARM Holdings is being bought by Japan’s SoftBank on the back of the promise of …

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Aug'16

What’s the Difference Between Coding and Computational Thinking?

By Sheena Vaidyanathan Aug 6, 2016 In my last EdSurge article, “Computer Science Goes Beyond Coding,” I wrote about the …

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09

Aug'16

GE CEO Jeff Immelt says all new hires will learn to code

General Electric’s CEO wants every millennial that he hires to learn to code. “If you are joining the company in …

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04

Aug'16

FIVE FACTS ABOUT DENNIS RICHIE – THE INVENTOR OF C LANGUAGE

Dennis Ritchie was a renowned American computer scientist. He is best remembered for creating the “C” computer programming language and …

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23

Jul'16

Episode 576: When Women Stopped Coding

Elsie Shutt founded one of the first software businesses in the U.S. in 1958. And the programmers were all women. …

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02

Jul'16

Evening Power Lab

Lab is a smarter alternative to traditional babysitting. It’s a time for parents to … Have a “Date Night” Get …

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15

Jun'16

Computer science salaries rise with demand for new graduates

As scores of college graduates hit the job market this spring, their employment prospects are more promising than those of …

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May'16

Computational thinking, 10 years later

By Jeannette M. Wing, corporate vice president, Microsoft It’s been 10 years since I published my three-page “Computational Thinking” viewpoint …

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May'16

Computational thinking, 10 years later

Source: Computational thinking, 10 years later March 24, 2016 by Jeannette M. Wing “Not in my lifetime.” That’s what I …

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