In my last question, I asked for algorithms that changed the world. Now I'd like to know, what are the data structures that changed the world? [more inside]
A recent post to the blue proposed a set of equations that changed the word. As a computer professional, I'm curious, which algorithms transformed the world? [more inside]
My Partner is graduating this summer, with a degree in computing, I'm looking for a present relevant to computing that would be a timeless present.
Can you reassure me that majoring in computer science and trying to find a job in technology and software as a woman isn't going to be terrible? [more inside]
Very general question: Freelance programming - how/what/when/where? [more inside]
How do it "Simply POST the username and password to the login method" (preferbly using PHP)? [more inside]
Are there any good podcasts on Computer Science research? [more inside]
What "top n techie" lists do you know of? I'm specifically after lists of the movers and shakers in the tech scene, rather than the cutest a la Violet Blue, but hottest geek lists are also interesting. I'm not bothered about time frame - I'd like to see lists from top geeks of 2009 to top geeks of all time.
I'd like to find a good online resource that poses interesting computer science problems. [more inside]
I am trying to make a preliminary (or maybe final) decision on what foreign language I should study with respect to a computer science major after transferring to the University of Michigan. Any pointers??? [more inside]
Applied Math Filter: Help me use math! I'd like to learn more about mathematics and it's practical applications - particularly in Computer Science [more inside]
Does it really matter where you get the Computer Science degree from? [more inside]
Im a Freshman Computer Engin. Major and I want to learn more programming/logic by myself. Any books/Resources/Sample Projects you might recommend? [more inside]
I want to teach myself computer science. I know that teaching myself is far from a university education on the subject, but I'd like to try. How can I teach myself? What are books/lectures/tools/websites/anything that I could use to do this? Covering everything from the programming languages themselves, to algorithms, software development, and the mathematics background necessary for this. [more inside]
Does my computer matter for studying CS? [more inside]
Can you point me in the right direction to learn more about machine language and general Computer Science? [more inside]