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Paul S. Wang holding an abacus 2018

CT Blog

Computational Thinking (CT) is common sense in the digital age. The blog contains articles for the general audience in an effort to promote CT, important even in everyday life. Some articles have appeared also in the aroundKent magazine.

Paul S. Wang holding an abacus (2018)

  1. Computational Thinking—An Overview, March 2017

  2. Everyday Computational Thinking—It Can Save Lives, June 2017

  3. Cyber Security—How Not to Be A Fish, October 2017

  4. Home Sweet Homepage :-), January 2018

  5. Net Neutrality Is Not A Slogan, June 2018

  6. Bitcoin Is No Coin, October 2018

  7. Cloud Computing for Everyone, March 2019

  8. A World of 1’s and 0’s (PDF),
    A World of 1’s and 0’s (HTML), October 2019

  9. Smart About Smartphones, February 2020

  10. AI: Aiming for Intelligence, July 2020

  11. Secrets of The Can-Do Machine, December 2020

  12. NAND Rules The World (PDF),
    NAND Rules The World (HTML), January 2021

  13. Here Pattern, There Pattern, Everywhere Pattern Pattern (PDF),
    Here Pattern, There Pattern, Everywhere Pattern Pattern (HTML), March 2021

  14. Digital Currencies Are Coming, May 2021

  15. Cache—Efficiency Thinking (PDF),
    Cache—Efficiency Thinking (HTML), July 2021

  16. Encryption in The Digital Age, September 2021

  17. Face To Face With The Interface (PDF),
    Face To Face With The Interface (HTML), May 2022

  18. Time For Location, Location, Location (PDF),
    Time For Location, Location, Location (HTML), July 2022


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Computational Thinking

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