“Programming Doesn’t Begin to Define Computer Science”

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Jim Morris, computer science professor and Dean of Carnegie Mellon
University’s West Coast Campus, writes that the fall-off in college-level
computer science enrollments is chiefly due to a misrepresentation of the
field’s goals: The computing industry’s cyclical boom-bust pattern owes a …

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