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How can I credit to sources I'll use for my paid or free video tutorials on YouTube or Udemy?

I don't remember that I saw sources section on Udemy tutorials or YouTube videos, whether they are a course or not. Even, on books such as, https://www.unf.edu/~wkloster/2220/ppts/...
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Error free solution manual for "Introduction to Algorithms" by Cormen et al. for self study or alternative method to tackle them single handed

I am a CS undergraduate student, strictly speaking I am fond of studying theoretical CS subjects, the corresponding books just attract me. Now in theoretical CS we probably have algorithm design and ...
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Small to medium scale exercises about Haskell's higher abstractions

Short version: Where can I find highly varying, small or medium-sized exercises and examples on the use, identification and instance declaration of Haskell's abstractions such as applicatives, monads, ...
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Using zyBooks and labs

Has anyone used zyBooks in their classes? I've seen some good comments on the SIGCSE list about them. I would primarily use this in our CS I class (Java) with their lab feature as a way to provide ...
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Divide and conquer for subset sum problem

I want my students (equivalent first-year college students) to work on algorithmic paradigms during a 2 hours practical programming session in OCaml. I chose the subset sum problem since it can ...
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Growth of Early CS Students

At SigCSE this year a session participant said, roughly, "research shows that there is no correlation between 'early skill' is CS and a student's ultimate success in the field." ...
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Is there any detailed video lecture series which uses “Compilers: Principles, Techniques and Tools” by Aho et al as the text book as a bible?

I am interested in learning Compiler Design , and from many resources I came to know that "The Dragon Book" is a good textbook. (Below are the two editions of the said textbook. [Red Dragon ...
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Curriculum choice for AP Computer Science A

We are currently researching what curriculum to use/adapt for the 2019-2020 school year. It will be our first year offering AP CSA. The students taking the class will have had 3-7 years of computers ...
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From where to study Query processing, Query optimization and Multiple Granularity protocol

I am wondering about from where do I need to consult the upper said topics in a good depth in order to solve the questions intuitively. Please help me out in this regard. Please provide some video ...
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Data Engineering, ETL, SQL Server Integration Services(SSIS) resources form beginner to pro level

I am a fresh Ph.D. student in information science. I know some python, C, Cobol, etc. I know some sites to learn SQL for data science interviews. Can anybody tell me any resource available for data ...
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introduction materials to the actor model?

I am looking for some introductions to the actor model. I don't mind books in specific programming languages, as long as they don't distract away or restrict the presentation of the model Is this a ...
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Alternative to Piazza for online Q&A

Piazza recently started serving ads. Are there any reasonable alternatives to Piazza that are effective for CS courses, for handling questions from students online? I would find it useful to be able ...
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Is there a good book for combinatorics for programmers?

The book should be easy to read, or at least average. The level for reading such a book is the MATH and CS school curriculum. It should also be expanded on topics related to CS, and also be narrated ...
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Hardware (cameras, headsets) for TEALS supported classrooms

We have TEALS (a NGO which supports CS education in US with programs that team industry professionals with CS classrooms - both in person and remotely) distance learning support for our CS classes - ...
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relationship between ACM curriculum guidelines from 2013 and computing curricula 2020

I have been working with the ACM Curriculum Guidelines for proposing courses and topics related to CS in the Faculty that I am currently working on. The core document that we have been using was the ...
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How to get research opportunities for software engineers?

I have been working as a software engineer for a few months now. I want to do research and possibly publish a research paper in the field of computer science. Is it possible to do it while I am ...
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Resource recommendation for teaching the command line, file system for high school student

Hi I am looking for the resource for teaching the command line, the file system for high school student. I find some students have little idea of what the file system, not to mention navigating the ...
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Is the "How to Code - Simple Data" course worth taking it?

I'm trying to learn computer science on my own and one of the resources I'm using is (https://github.com/ossu/computer-science) , so I found many people criticizing the "How to Code - Simple Data&...
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Finding "Filler" projects for students

Short Summary of the situation: I live on the Dutch countryside, here there are several colleges/universities that offer IT degrees (post-secondary vocational education/ Bachelor Degree/Master Degree)....
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Resource (preferably video) explaining working of page coloring in details to solve problem of aliasing in Virtually Indexed Physically Tagged caches

Here is a question that was asked in the GATE CS examination. It asks to find the number of bits required to color the pages to remove the problem of aliasing in VIPT caches. My peers out there ...
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MERN - Which textbook to use?

If you have taught a course on MongoDB, Express, React and Node, what textbook would you recommend? I'm particularly interested in open source textbooks authored on Github. But I'm open to anything.
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Open Source Mentoring Programmes for Formal Education

I'm exploring options for students to work on open source projects for academic credit. The Apache Software Foundation run a Mentoring Programme, and also facilitate participating in the Mentoring ...
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Forming a foundation in PHP

Does anyone know what topics I should start studying to form a foundation in PHP ? Loops, outputting data, manipulating a database etc. ? Edit: I want to start using PHP to create a social site. ...
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Number of preps for networking and programming courses

I am currently teaching in a community college that includes teaching introductory programming course in C++. I also have a colleague who is currently teaching ...
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Books for programming environments/interfaces of distributed systems?

I found that Advanced Programming Unix Environment and The Linux Programming Interface provide specific programming knowledge to me, compared to the concepts introduced in OS text books such as the ...
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Detailed video lecture that gives in-depth explanation of the intuition behind Fibonacci Heaps operations

I was going through the text Introduction to Algorithms by Cormen et. al. but faced some issues with the Fibonacci Heap section, especially the intuitive working of the charging and discharging of the ...
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Detailed video lecture series that follows "Computer Architecture: A Quantitative Approach" by Henessy Patterson

I want to do self-study for Computer Architecture and I wish I could get hold of a detailed video lecture series that goes hand in hand with the classic text "Computer Architecture: A Quantitative ...
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How to limit access to tests on Blackboard?

I need to create tests on Blackboard and customize access time for different groups of students. Anyone knows how to do this?
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How to teach linear programming and reductions?

Do you know any textbook with problems+solutions to support teaching of linear programming and reductions? In particular for: standard and slack forms, formulation of problems as linear programs, ...
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Hackerrank challenges for a programming course: hide code and show only what is relevant?

I'm trying to create a programming competition with personalized challenges for my class, using Hackerrank. The thing is: I need to show only the minimum relevant code to solve the challenge, and ...
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Which image rotation libraries use the Paeth algorithm?

I'm teaching linear algebra, and thought I'd show my students Paeth's rotation by shearing algorithm as a nice quick example of matrix manipulations. I'd like to include the information of which ...
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What are the real-life use cases for for fractional/quotient regular languages?

In computer science theory some textbooks introduce fractional/quotient regular languages. In particular, given L1 and L2 languages on the same alphabet, the right quotient of L1 with L2 is defined as ...
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Video lecture series that follows "Data Communication and Networking" by Forouzan as the textbook

Could anyone recommend me a video lecture series that follows "Data Communication and Networking" by Forouzan as the textbook? I am a self learner, so following a lecture series shall help ...
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Semantic web coursework: real life illustrations, contents

I have to lecture a on the semantic web topic. The course is based on the following guidelines: Represent and publish linked data on the Web (RDF); Query and select data with SPARQL; Represent ...
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Applications of Euclidean Geometry

I have been learning euclidean geometry since a long time and learned about many theorems but I am majoring in Applied Computer Science and I don't find any use of geometry in the CS field. I realize ...
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Resources for the Redis course

What optimal resources you could recommend for a small Redis course with a preliminary academic foundation at the beginning of the book? I would be grateful for an applied university-level curriculum ...
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Good resources to teach Natural Language Processing

What could be good resources to teach Natural language Processing to Undergraduate students? I am using python as medium.
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Why GAN is Unsupervised Learning?

While teaching the Generative Adversarial Networks (GANs) topic in the ML/AI class, a question I often encounter is, "If we have a feedback/supervised learning [for Discriminator], then how come ...
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Published papers or ongoing studies researching use of S.O. for Teams in the C.S. Classroom

Is anyone aware of any published papers or ongoing studies that research the integration of S.O. For Teams into C.S. education? There's a related post about this titled "Enterprise Stack Overflow ...
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Online Platform for practicing Object Oriented Programming in Python

Is there any recommendation on an online platform that teaches and allows practicing object-oriented programming (OOP) in Python? I am familiar with Hackerrank and HackerEarth, however, they do not ...
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Video lecture series for automata theory or theory of computation based on Peter Linz's text book

Not long ago I had asked this question. Sipser is a good book and the lectures by Harry Porter using Sipser text is awesome. But the thing is that is there any lecture series using Peter Linz's text ? ...
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Exercises for the "Code" book

Who has ever used Charles Petzold's book "Code: The Hidden Language of Computer Hardware and Software" in the classroom with sixth graders? What exercises could be given to them along with ...
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What difference are between the topics and perspectives of these two "distributed" books

I found two books which both seem about distributed computing based on their titles: Cachin, C., Guerraoui, R. and Rodrigues, L. (2011) Introduction to Reliable and Secure Distributed Programming. ...
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How to take PHP junior developers to senior level

I am involved in a website project, where main implementation language is PHP. Main development is done by two full-time developers, who lack a lot of understanding about program architecture and ...
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Jackson based IDE for programming

Is there any Jackson based IDE for programming? I mean, an IDE in which you can place the sentences in sequence from left to right.
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Computer Science Theory with Haskell?

Do you know of any courses using Haskell to illustrate Computational Theory topics?
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Software tool as in Bret Victor's demo

Already last year I encountered the great http://worrydream.com/LearnableProgramming/ and it was much needed fresh air (while I was suffocating in my provided "textbooks": cobbled collections of ...
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Spring core exercices

I'm actually studying (free studying using online books) to pass the Pivotal Spring core certification and i need some exercices (online or pdf) to practice in order to master the framework as well, ...