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EDIÇÃO Dezembro 2012

IEEE Potentials Volume 31 Number 5, November/December 2012

Ruzyllo on the Process of Converting an Idea into a Commercial Product. J. Ruzyllo

Lesson Plans [My First Job]. C. Desmond

IEEE Potentials Volume 31 Number 4, September/October 2012

The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly!. R.E. Floyd, R.H. Spencer

Screams, Themes, and Dreams: Your Ticket to Amusement Park Engineering. C. Causer

The Accumulation of Life Experiences [My First Job] C.A. Siller

IEEE Computer Volume 45 Issue 11, November 2012

Debugging on the Shoulders of Giants: Von Neumann's Programs 65 Years Later. B.Fagin, D. Skrien [A study that examined and executed the programs John von Neumann wrote for the IAS machine reveals time-tested truths about computer architecture, side effects, instruction set design, and automatic programming-truths all foreseen by von Neumann and his team more than 50 years ago.]

Sustainable IT: Challenges, Postures, and Outcomes. E Curry

Love the Show!. D.A. Grier, E.D. Dumbacher [There are some problems that engineered approaches can't solve, and building a reputation - a problem of marketing and people - is one of them. The Web extra at http://youtu.be/wfp1BiiXcjo is an audio podcast in which authors David Alan Grier and Erin Dian Dumbacher discuss building computer engineering's reputation.]

IEEE Computer Volume 45 Issue 10, October 2012

Should Everyone Go to College? A.E.K. Sobel [The combination of ability, interest, potential for commensurate employment, and reasonable cost should direct an individual's career path.]

Underrepresented Youth Creating Culturally Relevant Games. P. Gruenbaum

Portfolio Mining. K.P.C. Madhavan et al [Portfolio mining facilitates the creation of actionable knowledge, catalyzes innovations, and sustains research communities.]

The Computer in the Mirror. D.A.Grier, E.D.Dumbacher [Computer science seems to be moving rapidly into the social sciences, not to build machines that simulate our actions but to hold up a mirror to our lives.]

IEEE Computer Volume 45 Issue 9, September 2012

Innovation Mashups: Academic Rigor Meets Social Networking Buzz. D.S.Milojicic et al [Exploring new options for publishing and content delivery offers an enormous opportunity to improve the state of the art and further modernize academic and professional publications.]

It's complicated. D.A.Grier, E.D.Dumbacher [Was the code-breaking era of computers the industry's high point? The Web extra at http://youtu.be/0iuh0OQe6CU is an audio podcast of authors David Alan Grier and Erin Dian Dumbacher, in which they discuss the importance of analyzing increasingly complex data.]

Communications of the ACM Vol.55 Issue 12, December 2012

In the Year of Disruptive Education. P.Hyman. [As college tuitions soar, various online models vie to educate college students worldwide — at no cost.]

Moods. P.J.Denning. [Recognizing and working with moods -your own, your team's, your customers' - is essential to professional success.]

Why We Need an ACM Special Interest Group for Broadening Participation. T.A.Dahlberg. [A proposal for an international group focused on broadening participation.]

Communications of the ACM Vol.55 Issue 11, November 2012

Will MOOCs Destroy Academia? M.Y.Vardi. [“Thy destroyers and they that made thee waste shall go forth of thee,” wrote the prophet Isaiah. This phrase has been popping into my mind as I have been following the recent raging discussions over the topic of MOOCs.]

Major Update to ACM's Computing Classification System. B.Rous. [ACM has completed a major update of its Computing Classification System (CCS), which has served as the de facto standard for classifying the computing literature since 1964.]

Learning to Teach Computer Science: The Need for a Methods Course. Aman Yadav, John T. Korb. [A multipronged approach to preparing computer science teachers is critical to success.]

Communications of the ACM Vol.55 Issue 10, October 2012 Where is the Science in Computer Science? Vinton G. Cerf [The term “computer science” raises expectations, at least to my mind, of an ability to define models and to make predictions about the behavior of computers and computing systems.]

Computer Science and the Three Rs. Leah Hoffmann. [A growing sense of crisis prevails as computer science searches for its place in the K–12 curriculum.

Communications of the ACM Vol.55 Issue 9, September 2012

The Need to Balance Innovation and Implementation in Broadening Participation. R. E. Ladner, E.Litzler [Seeking to improve the process for writing and reviewing proposals for new educational programs.]

Author Order: What Science Can Learn from the Arts. E. Marcos, J.M. Vara, V. de Castro. [Some thoughts about author order in research papers.]

Q&A: What Women Want. L. Hoffmann [Harvey Mudd College president Maria Klawe talks about increasing the number of women who study computer science.]

ACM InRoads Volume 3 Issue 4, December 2012

Question: how to teach professionalism?: answer: commit early and recommit often. D. Gotterbarn

Systematic literature reviews and undergraduate research. T. Clear

Why is Research Uncommon in the Computing Education Universe? R. Lister

Are there enough seats for women at the IT table? Eileen M. Trauth

Nature 492 (7429) 20 December 2012

Science publishing: Open access must enable open use. Cameron Neylon [Those wishing to maximize the benefits of public research must require more than free access, says Cameron Neylon — they must facilitate reuse.]

Nature 492 (7428) 13 December 2012

Computer engineering: Feeling the heat. Philip Ball [The more that microcircuits are shrunk, the hotter they get. Engineers are on the hunt for ways to cool off computing.]

Research methods: Know when your numbers are significant. David L. Vaux [Experimental biologists, their reviewers and their publishers must grasp basic statistics, urges David L. Vaux, or sloppy science will continue to grow.]

Nature 492 (7425) 21 November 2012

Nature’s sexism. [The editors of this publication need to improve how we reflect women’s contributions to science. For this, we must inject an extra loop into our thinking. ]

Nature 492 (7420) 18 October 2012

Research policy: How to build science capacity. [Eight leaders propose ways to boost research in their countries in the next decade.]

Collaborations: The rise of research networks. Jonathan Adams [New collaboration patterns are changing the global balance of science. Established superpowers need to keep up or be left behind, says Jonathan Adams.]

Innovation: Brushing up on business. Neil Savage [Entrepreneurship training can open up new avenues for scientists. And it doesn't take a business degree.]

Nature 492 (7418) 04 October 2012

Digital archives: Don't let copyright block data mining. Matthew L. Jockers, Matthew Sag & Jason Schultz [They explain why humanities scholars have pitched in to the Authors Guild v. Google lawsuit. ]

Esta é uma publicação eletrônica da Sociedade Brasileira de Computação – SBC. Qualquer opinião pessoal não pode ser atribuída como da SBC. A responsabilidade sobre o seu conteúdo e a sua autoria é inteiramente dos autores de cada artigo.
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