Eighth Workshop on Pedagogies and Tools for the Teaching and Learning of Object Oriented Concepts (February 25, 2004, 0) - http://www.cs.umu.se/~jubo/Meetings/ECOOP04/
I wish I could do research like this…
Successfully applying object-oriented techniques requires a
thorough understanding of basic object-oriented concepts.
However, teaching and learning these concepts have proven to
be very difficult in the past.
Using traditional programming languages, concepts could be
introduced step by step. Abstract
SIGCSE: The first stop for computer science education research (January 1, 2004, 0) - http://www.acm.org/sigcse/
SIGCSE is the special interest group for computer science education in
the Association for Computing Machinery. It
regularly organizes conferences and the proceedings are available in
the digital library. Be sure to check out
their extensive link collection!
Process: Update my IBM meeting calendar (September 4, 2009, 3) -
Log on to calendar.sachachua.com and to mail.sachachua.com in two windows. Arrange them so that you can see both windows.
Click on the IBM Upcoming Events label in the mail window, and open the e-mail for today.
Click on the down arrow next to the IBM meetings calendar in the calendar window, and choose Display only this calendar.
Responding to notetaking entry on Sim Gamboa III’s blog (November 26, 2004, 0) - http://simgamboaiii.blogspot.com/2004/11/note-taking.html
The best system is the one you grow yourself. How do you take notes?
I mindmap a lot. Although mindmapping on paper is a lot of fun,
Freemind‘s keyword shortcuts lets
me mindmap nearly as quickly.
I haven’t opened Freemind in a while, though. Can’t be bothered to
switch out of Emacs. My talks usually start out as text outlines.