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What kind of Computer Science matters?

Just came across Why Computer Science Matters? by Vugranam Sreedhar. He observes a decline in real computer scientists in favour of ‘commodity programmers’. Basically, I have to (sad but true) agree here, and would like to take a closer look … Continue reading

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Sorry, I’m not infinite, I’m just complex

While dealing with infinity is more about the existence of a solution dealing with complexity is mainly about finding the optimal effort/ benefit trade-off … really? Continue reading

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Programming Class with Carl-Friedrich and Alan

Some playful thoughts on executing vs understanding: Little Carl-Friedrich and little Alan go to the programming class. They are told to do the following exercise: write a program to sum up all integers from 1 to 100. Continue reading

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