Chris Haravata mailed me asking for a landline number so that he can get in touch with me. I wonder what’s up. Checking out his blog, I find out that he also does intro computer science classes… goodie!
Reflections (June 20, 2003, 0) - You know, I’m more passionate about computer science education than I
am about wearable computing. Not that I don’t think wearable computing
is fun and interesting, but people are doing that.
I think my hedgehog concept is computer science education.
I can drop wearable computing for the moment. If it’s really important,
I can go into it later.
Part of being
Dr. Dayrit SOSE planning session (June 20, 2003, 0) - Look up ISI
Off-shore degree programs?
I want to focus on computer science education.
My objectives are:
- Develop interactive, up-to-date learning materials for
- Monitor, experiment with and disseminate pedagogical advances in
computer science and education
- Contribute to the body of knowledge of computer science education
I need to learn
- more effective communication skills, preferably with a mentor or
Computer science – is it an exact science? — education (April 14, 2003, 0) - On firstname.lastname@example.org, Ritchie Roi Y. Chua writes:
Computer Science is a science, but not an exact science like physics…
Interestingly enough, computer science is as exact as you can get. =)
Physics? Even grade-schoolers know about experimental errors and the
fact that measurements are never completely exact. Biology is
similarly based on guesswork. In contrast, you know that 3 in
Resolutions for 2004 (January 1, 2004, 0) - - Speak slower and lower.
- Check requirements within 3 days.
- Log all of my expenses in plain text in Emacs so that I get forced
to develop a ledger mode.
- Journal every day. 23:00 – 23:30 is my journaling time. Drop
everything and write (unless have earlier substantial journal
- Visit at least one new website related to
On women computer scientists (November 4, 2003, 0) - Reader feedback:
This just interest me, sacha? is that a feminine name? if
thats so, wow, I hardly ever knew that there are Women Computer
Scientists. Well, its just coz, mostly male dominate the computer
science realm. Anyways, What made you interested in Computer Science?
What have been your obstacles during your student life as a computer