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October 22, 2007



So are you saying there is not "science" in Computer Science? Fred Brooks description makes computer scientists look a lot like tax lawyers who have to keep track of all the litigation that affects the advice they give. Somehow I really don't accept this idea because there are plenty of people who study computer science in a completely isolated fashion, but do not implement real world code. That is there is a difference between computer science and computer engineering.

Pablo Chacin


The link to the speech seams to be broken. I would like to take a closer look at it. Could you provide the right link? Thanks

-- Thanks Pablo, it is fixed.

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