Software development team’s peer-reviewed paper published, featured at SIGCSE

Ken Hang, Tina Ostrander, Susan Uland, Josh Archer, and Andy Orr are co-authors on a peer-reviewed conference paper entitled, “A Five-Year Retrospective on an Applied Baccalaureate Program in Software Development.”

The paper has been published in the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) digital library and is included in the official proceedings of this year’s Special Interest Group on Computer Science Education (SIGCSE) conference in Portland, OR. It is temporarily available as a free download.


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