PC-based development environments and a Unix-centric curriculum: some practical issues


As computers have become a more common household item, computer science students are able to work at home rather than in campus labs. At institutions that have Unix-centric resources, students are able to use these home computers to connect to campus machines remotely. However, some students want to use a PC-based development environment rather than the… (More)
DOI: 10.1145/571922.571955


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