Non-myths about programming
Zu finden in: ICER 2010 (Seite 1 bis 2), 2010
The decline in enrollment in computer science (CS) is often attributed to "myths" about CS: programming is boring, you have to sit in front of a computer all day, you work alone, jobs are being outsourced, etc. I believe that, by and large, these "myths" are true. Life is just like that for most people and these "myths" are true about almost all occupations, even prestigious one. Teachers, parents are counselors should be telling young people the facts of life, in particular, that CS-related occupations are among the "least worst" in these aspects. The alleged "myths" have led to a proliferation of approaches designed to make introductory CS course "fun." These approaches can be justified if they lead to improved learning by the students, but we must be careful not to plant the false idea that they necessarily correspond to real life.
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