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  • Blog Post: Web-Based Problem Solving Software for Programming Courses

    We all know that students  benefit for problem solving exercises. Creating these sorts of problems can be difficult and time consuming. Evaluating them and help students with then can be even worse. There are a couple of online sites that can help here. I’m going to highlight several of them here...
  • Blog Post: Pex for Fun

    Can you read code in C#, F# or Visual Basic? Do you like programming puzzles we (well the Pex Team , part of the Research in Software Engineering (RiSE) group at Microsoft Research ) has a site for you. Pex  for Fun is  a web site with programming puzzles in those three languages. The idea...
  • Blog Post: Conversations at ISTE

    Yesterday was more or less the opening of ISTE. These conference are sort of interesting in that they start gradually. Wednesday ISTE will end somewhat abruptly (if history is any guide) and people will flood out in mass. The start is slower as people have been arriving for days with preconference meetings...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio 2010 Now Available

    Well it is official – the final release of Visual Studio 2010 is not available. If your school has an MSDN AA account you can download it from ELMS now. If you don’t have MSDN AA, why not? Also for students who are part of the DreamSpark program you can download Visual Studio 2010 from there as well...
  • Blog Post: Interesting Links May 4th 2009

    I haven’t been twittering much for a while. Most of last week I was at sea on the conference which was not conducive to regular Twittering or anything else on the Internet. But since then I have been catching up on blog reading and other things and I have a few interesting and hopefully useful links...
  • Blog Post: Programming Languages Side By Side

    I’ve been thinking about a parallel programming language textbook for a while now. Not for parallel programming but I’m not sure how to phrase it. What? OK let me explain. One of the popular Bible study tools is a parallel Bible where several translations are printed side by side with each other. That...
  • Blog Post: Thanksgiving Reading

    Why post anything on Thanksgiving? I mean people are all spending time with family or sleeping through football games on TV and generally staying away from the Internet for a couple of days. Well maybe not. I get bored and I don’t watch TV and my wife loves me enough to let me stay home while she enjoys...
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