Demand for computer science professionals is at an all time high, but in such a fast-moving industry, it’s hard to find trustworthy, comprehensive online resources. ComputerScience.org is here to address this issue. Our purpose is to provide an in-depth overview of the field – including education – that stays up-to-date with its constant fluctuations. We intend to be the point of introduction for the next generation of programmers, engineers and developers, as well as a go-to resource for current professionals.
How We Succeed
We are thorough. We research, discuss and consult endlessly. On our site you will find a collection of resources that has been curated by some of the top minds in computer science. We are constantly in touch with a network of experts to provide interviews, information and updates, ensuring we provide you with a relevant and meaningful perspective.
How You Succeed
Being informed is half the battle; we are here to make that as easy as possible for you. The other half, taking action, is up to you. Use our free resources to cultivate as much knowledge as you can, and let that guide your decisions as you get an education and progress into your career in computer science.
Meet Our Contributors
Kathleen Swed is a full-time writer living in New York's Capital Region. She holds an MFA with a concentration in fiction from Pacific University as well as degrees in music from the University of Maine and Ithaca College. She is the author of several science fiction series, which she writes under the name of Kate Sheeran Swed.
Melissa Sartore holds a Ph.D. in history from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Her BA and MA in history are from Western Illinois University. A medievalist by training, she has published on outlawry in medieval England with additional publications on outlaws in popular culture and across geographic and historical boundaries. She also writes for several online outlets, notably Ranker.com, and provides her own sarcastic take on historical events at History According to Snark.
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