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computer science

1. The development, configuration, and architecture of computer hardware and software.
2. The study of computer hardware and software.
See also: science
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Over next decade, 71 percent of new jobs will require computer science skills.
The alternative for computer science for all is computer science for some and nothing for the rest," says Chris Stephenson, head of computer science education strategy at Google and a member of the Association for Computing Machinery's education board.
Puig plans to stretch the commitment to computer science beyond the partnership.
In December 2013, Chicago became the first major American school district to require computer science with the Computer Science for All initiative.
My older sister is studying computer engineering, so, I thought, Carnegie Mellon and computer science.
Tuesday's share price dive was apparently triggered by a research note from Lehman Brothers which cut Computer Sciences back to "buy" from its top "outperform" rating.
Computer Science in the College of Engineering and College of Arts and Science(**)-1990
plans on majoring in computer science at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
in Computer Science from the University of Karlsruhe.
KPMG will contribute to the UCLA Computer Science Department by speaking at department research seminars, participating in research reviews, sponsoring knowledge exchanges for faculty and students, and assisting in developing research efforts to explore areas of joint interest, including large-scale machine learning and data and analytics.
But recent reports of the lack of required computer science courses in districts and the absence of female and minority students in AP computer science courses has led some to wonder whether or not the nation will have enough skilled workers to fill these positions.
An emerging framework for collecting, organising and analysing massive amounts of data is to be discussed in a new distinguished lecture series in computer science at Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar (CMU-Q).

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