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SUMMARY SIGCSE 2004 marked the official announcement of the ACM Java Task Force, which is working to develop a stable collection of pedagogical resources that will make it easier to teach Java to first-year computing students. The Task Force published a draft report in February 2005 and presented the highlights of that report at SIGCSE 2005. Based on the(More)
SIGCSE 2004 marked the official announcement of the ACM Java Task Force, which is working to develop a stable collection of pedagogical resources that will make it easier to teach Java to first-year computing students. The Java Task Force has received funding from the ACM Education Board, the SIGCSE Special Projects Fund, and the National Science Foundation(More)
SUMMARY SIGCSE 2004 marked the official announcement of the ACM Java Task Force, which is working to develop a stable collection of pedagogical resources that will make it easier to teach Java to first-year computing students. The Java Task Force has received funding from the ACM Education Board, the SIGCSE Special Projects Fund, and the National Science(More)
The ACM Two-Year College Education Committee has begun a major new multi-year initiative to obtain a profile of the present situation at, and to develop guidelines and recommendations for, computing departments at two-year colleges. These guidelines will encompass more than curriculum. Included will be recommendations for faculty preparation and(More)
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