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Alan Turing's genuis gets sucked out from under the carpet

Imminent release of biopic ‘The Imitation Game’ catapults the somewhat lost soul of science, Alan Turing into the limelight, documenting his groundbreaking codework during World War II and the tragic consequences of his homosexuality.  900 more words


This is the part you feel proud when the Oldies say, "Children of today!"

Reagan Baah reminds us of one of those Asian kids that can code their first app by age 7. Weeell, maybe he wasn’t that young for his first app, … but that’s not the point. 78 more words


ANTLRWorks: The ANTLR GUI Development Environment

ANTLRWorks 2 is a novel grammar development environment for ANTLR v4 grammars written by Sam Harwell


Antlr v4 : Honey Badger

ANTLR (ANother Tool for Language Recognition) is a powerful parser generator for reading, processing, executing, or translating structured text or binary files. It’s widely used to build languages, tools, and frameworks. 33 more words


Erase All Kittens

Don’t worry.  There is nothing inhumane about this site.  And, if you are a fan of kittens and teaching kids how to code, then you will probably like it. 232 more words


Springer ebooks update: 2014 science and engineering titles

Our science and engineering ebook collections have been further enhanced with over 2,000 new titles for 2014 from the following Springer collections. Many titles are available already. 107 more words

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OU SECS teams up with Fulcrum Edge for new project management course

Stephanie Sokol for OUSECS

The Oakland University School of Engineering and Computer Science is teaming up with business-management firm Fulcrum Edge for a new project management course. 894 more words