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Evaluation of Star Wars: Battlefront

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The rigors of Bioinformatics...Genomics, Central Dogma, R & the Muse headset.

I have enrolled for a Bioinformatics course this semester and enjoying it. The first day (or evening, I have evening classes, *sigh*) of my class was funny. 365 more words

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Examining the Effects of Experimental/Academic Electroacoustic and Popular Electronic Musics on the Evolution and Development of Human-Computer Interaction in Music

My paper, resulting from the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) funded PhD research I have been conducting in the field of human computer interaction (HCI) in music at the University of Salford over the last three years, has recently been published by Routledge in the journal Contemporary Music Review, with 50 copies available to… 64 more words

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Notes from Code(Her) 2016

Yesterday, I attended the Code(Her) Conference 2016 in Washington, D.C. and had an awesome time connecting with women in the local tech industry. I found out about the conference through Hear Me Code, a community of hundreds of women in tech learning and growing together, and got my friends Alex and Rachael to join me. 119 more words


Survey for Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) Instructors

From Lauren Wilcox:

Betsy DiSalvo, Dick Henneman and I have designed a survey about a topic that is near and dear to us as HCI faculty:  topics, learning goals, and learning activities in HCI classrooms! 59 more words

VMworld 2016 US – Day 2 General Session Overview

One of the issues with working and having a young family is you end up doing a full days work and going home to a baby who wants loads of attention who then doesn’t let you sleep because she’s teething….. 1,238 more words


VMware and Data Domain Founders Build New Storage Company

When founders of both Data Domain and VMware are introduced by Diane Greene to create a storage company, things are bound to be interesting. Typically, product briefings from Storage Switzerland do not start with the pedigree of those developing the product, but it seemed appropriate in this case. 733 more words