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ESEM
2008
ACM
9 years 1 months ago
Pair programming: what's in it for me?
Pair programming is a practice in which two programmers work collaboratively at one computer on the same design, algorithm, or code. Prior research on pair programming has primari...
Andrew Begel, Nachiappan Nagappan
ITICSE
2010
ACM
9 years 2 months ago
What did qubits ever do for me: an answer for CS2 students
We show how to teach and motivate small quantum computer programs as a supplemental topic in a CS2 data structures class. A traditional example such as Shor’s factorization [8] ...
Michael Main, Robert Frohardt, Yingdan Huang
WSC
2007
9 years 2 months ago
What I wish they would have taught me (or that I would have better remembered!) in school
This panel reflects upon their experiences as simulation professionals and shares their thoughts regarding elements of their simulation education that they have found most helpful...
Charles R. Standridge, Daniel A. Finke, Carley Jur...
CHI
2010
ACM
9 years 6 months ago
What would other programmers do: suggesting solutions to error messages
Interpreting compiler errors and exception messages is challenging for novice programmers. Presenting examples of how other programmers have corrected similar errors may help novi...
Björn Hartmann, Daniel MacDougall, Joel Brand...
IJMMS
2008
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8 years 12 months ago
Pair programming and the mysterious role of the navigator
Computer programming is generally understood to be highly challenging and since its inception a wide range of approaches, tools and methodologies have been developed to assist in ...
Sallyann Bryant, Pablo Romero, Benedict du Boulay
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