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Category Archives: Computer Science
If all you’ve seen of Dragon*Con (Atlanta’s yearly convention on Labor Day Weekend) is the parade, you might think it’s just meant for science fiction, fantasy, and comics. But did you know Dragon*Con has many panels and guest speakers on … Continue reading
The first National Day of Civic Hacking is June 1 and 2, 2013. The event allows for civic hackers to collaboratively create, build, and invent tools using publicly-released data with the common goal of improving ones community through technology. Examples of … Continue reading
Interested in reading the latest computer science books? Check out these two new electronic books: On Computing: the Fourth Great Scientific Domain, by Paul S. Rosenbloom, proposes that computing is a great scientific domain on a par with the physical, life, … Continue reading
While IEEE Xplore is a resource mainly used by Computer Science, it is also a great resource for information on technical devices including those used in neuroscience, business, health, genetics, biomedical and physics. IEEE Xplore describes itself as a powerful online resource … Continue reading
Interested in open source software? Consider applying for the FOSS Outreach Program for Women. This program offers $5000 for 3 months of remote work on a specific software project. Projects include Mozilla, OpenStack, Fedora and more. This initiative is organized … Continue reading