The profession of ITComputing's paradigm

@article{Denning2009ThePO,
  title={The profession of ITComputing's paradigm},
  author={Peter J. Denning and Peter Freeman},
  journal={Communications of the ACM},
  year={2009},
  volume={52},
  pages={28 - 30}
}
Trying to categorize computing as engineering, science, or math is fruitless; we have our own paradigm. 

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