Monthly Archives: June 2011

Bad Reviews — Part II

Yesterday I posted part I of my bad conference review war stories. Today, I’m posting part II — and, hopefully, last! This was the first incident I experienced with bad reviews, and it illustrates the phenomenon much better. This incident … Continue reading

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Bad Reviews — Part I

Yesterday, a Facebook friend posted a link to a great talk by Jeffrey Naughton about the depressing state of affairs in CS research communities. I won’t do justice to that talk by trying to summarize it; follow the link and … Continue reading

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10000 things all ICS students should do before graduating

It’s Commencement time! So I thought I’d compile a list of 1010 10000 things I believe all ICS students should have done (by¬† themselves) by the time they get their diplomas. With luck, students have come across some of these … Continue reading

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