Loyola University Maryland Graduate Programs in Computing

Issue 10, April 2013

Issue 10

In this issue, we ask which language is most popular and report on the Grace Hopper Celebration. Marco Figueiredo, director of Loyola's Center for Community Informatics, proposes a new approach to digital inclusion, the Symbiotic Computer. Dr. Binkley discusses grades in the Director's Database. Also, the Bits & Bytes column presents links to some very interesting stuff, including our short video featuring graduates and faculty.


Language Comparison

Which Language is the Most Popular?

by Lewis Berman

LangPop.com provdes the results of an admittedly unscieitific comparison.

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Loyola presence at Grace Hopper Celebration

Women in Computing: The Grace Hopper Celebration

by Megan Olsen

The 12th annual Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing was held right in our backyard. Our faculty correspondent reports.

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Network topology

Symbiotic Computer: A New Concept for Poverty Alleviation

by Marco Figueiredo

Loyola's pioneer in community informatics proposes a potentially world-changing idea.

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  Dr. Binkley

Director's Database

by David Binkley

About your grade.


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Ruby on Rails Graduate Course Summer 2013     

Featured Summer 2013 Course:

Ruby on Rails

Learn this upcoming language.

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Bits and Bytes

Bits & Bytes

Links to interesting stuff

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In This Issue

KEY DATES

April 16, 2013
Web and mail-in registration begin for Summer Term 2013

May 15, 2013
Mail-in registration for Summer Term ends

May 23, 2013
Web registration ends for Summer term 2013

May 30, 2013
Summer session begins

July 15, 2013
Web and mail-in registration begin for Fall term 2013

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