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Top Ten Reasons to Adopt the New Edition of C++ Plus Data Structures

C++ Plus Data Structures, Sixth Edition explores the specifications, applications, and implementations of abstract data types with unmatched accessibility. There are countless reasons to adopt the new sixth edition, but we’ve broken down the Top Ten Reasons: Features the Latest … Continue reading

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Increasing Efforts to Create Computer Science Requirements in U.S. High Schools

According to Code.org, the U.S. will have 1 million more computer science jobs than students with computer science degrees by 2020. Careers in these fields are increasing at twice the national average, and in some states computing jobs are growing … Continue reading

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Overcoming Obstacles to Bring Computer Science to High Schools

Mercurynews.com reported that, much like the rest of the country, the San Francisco Bay Area needs help motivating young people to take an interest in computer science and technology. According to the nonprofit Code.org, there will be a shortage of … Continue reading

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Finding the Key to Closing the Computer Science Gender Gap

Did you know that last year, only 18.5 percent of AP Computer Science test takers were girls, while a mere 0.4 percent of females entering college intended to major in computer science. The gender gap in computer science education and … Continue reading

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Discover Navigate 2! Demo Course Available for Nell Dale’s Programming and Problem Solving with C++, Comprehensive Sixth Edition

Navigate 2 is arriving– and now you can try it! We’ve just released a course demo for Advantage Access Programming and Problem Solving with C++, Comprehensive, Sixth Edition. Inside the demo you’ll see a full interactive eBook of Programming and … Continue reading

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Computer Science and Digital Arts: A Multimedia Approach

California Institute of the Arts in Valencia CA, is combining computer science with digital arts.  The art school will offer a two-semester digital arts program to their undergraduates starting this fall. The institute’s associate dean of research and development in … Continue reading

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Available in December: Programming with JavaScript

Programming with JavaScript: Algorithms and Applications for Desktop and Mobile Browsers John David Dionisio, PhD, Loyola Marymount University Ray Toal, PhD, Loyola Marymount University ISBN-13: 9780763780609  |  © 2013 Will Publish: 12/16/2011 Preview Chapter 9: Graphics & Animation   Used … Continue reading

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