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Inventing the internet
  • W. Aspray
  • Engineering
  • IEEE Spectrum
  • 1 February 1997
erhaps because networking and microcomputer companies have been so successful during the past few years, the current tendency in Washington, D C , is to give the industrial sector all the credit forExpand
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The Supply of Information Technology Workers in the United States.
Foundation. Any opinions, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this publication are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the view of the organizations or agenciesExpand
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Globalization and offshoring of software : a report of the ACM Job Migration Task Force
personal or classroom use is granted without fee provided that copies are not made or distributed for profit or commercial advantage and that copies bear this notice and the full citation on theExpand
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The State of Research on Girls and IT
This chapter contains sections titled: Scope, Methodology, Theoretical Underpinnings: Gender and Feminist Education Studies, Why Involve Girls in IT Careers?, Educational Policies Affecting Girls'Expand
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John von Neumann and the origins of modern computing
  • W. Aspray
  • Engineering, Computer Science
  • History of computing
  • 7 December 1990
TLDR
John von Neumann, in his 54 years of life, transformed the face and character of many pure/applied mathematical subject areas. Expand
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Just Get Over It or Just Get On with It: Retaining Women in Undergraduate Computing
TLDR
This chapter contains sections titled: Study Methods, Description of the Average Computer Science Department, Findings, Same-Sex Peer Support (BetaF.37, Significant at .001), Support from Faculty: Encouraging Students to Persist (Beta = .33, Significantat .001) and Faculty Expectations. Expand
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Globalization and offshoring of software
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Women and Information Technology: Research on Underrepresentation
Computing remains a heavily male-dominated field even after twenty-five years of extensive efforts to promote female participation. The contributors to Women and Information Technology look atExpand
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