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This guide contains Web resources for computer science.  Most of the resources are freely available, however, there are some that are only available to the Unversity at Albany community Accessible to University at Albany users only.  For additional resources, please see the guide to library resources for computer science.

      

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    • Computer Desktop Encyclopedia (CDE)
      CDE has been around and evolving since 1978. This online version contains over 25,000 technical terms and phrases, 3,000 images, and 40,000 cross references, It covers all aspects of computing, from chips to supercomputers and from command examples to mini-tutorials. It's free and there's no advertising. (March 5, 2014)
    • Free Online Resources for Microsoft .NET Developers
      Aimed at beginners, this site contains resources for learning programming concepts in the Microsoft .NET Framework. Included are tutorials and lessons covering VB.NET, C#, ASP.NET, Ajax, and the .NET Framework. There are worked examples with source code and FAQs. (July 8, 2013)
    • Anita Borg Institute
      The Anita Borg Institute not only focuses on women in technology, but also on the influence of technology on women. Their Website contains information on programs, research, resources, news, affiliations, and volunteer and job opportunities. (June 18, 2013)
    • National Center for Women & Informatin Technology (NCWIT)
      NCWIT is a group of corporations, academic institutions, government agencies, and non-profits working to increase women's participation in technology and computing by helping employers recruit, retain, and advance women. Their Website contains informational resources; a listings of programs, campaigns, and alliances; and news and events. (June 18, 2013)
     

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