Corpus ID: 211068941

Cloudifying the Curriculum with AWS

@article{Soltys2020CloudifyingTC,
  title={Cloudifying the Curriculum with AWS},
  author={Michael Soltys},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={abs/2002.04020}
}
The Cloud has become a principal paradigm of computing in the last ten years, and Computer Science curricula must be updated to reflect that reality. This paper examines simple ways to accomplish curriculum cloudification using Amazon Web Services (AWS), for Computer Science and other disciplines such as Business, Communication and Mathematics. 
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