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1988 Computer Standards Evolution: Impact and Imperatives (1988)
Washington, DC, USA
March 21, 1988 to March 23, 1988
ISBN: 0-8186-0791-2
pp: 80-82
S. Rotenstreich , Dept. of Electr. Eng. & Comput. Sci., George Washington Univ., Washington, DC, USA
Programming standards issues such as object naming, in-source program documentation, and the modularity issue usually referred to as program design are addressed. It is claimed that in light of the importance of programming standards, computer science students must be prepared to use standards in general, and in industry in particular. Since today's teaching practices avoid this problem, a proposal for minimal programming standards taught by computer science departments is put forward and is shown to achieve several of the goals standardization of programming practices profess to attain.<>
computer science education, educational courses, programming, standards

S. Rotenstreich, "The study of programming standards in computer science programming courses," 1988 Computer Standards Evolution: Impact and Imperatives(CSTAND), Washington, DC, USA, , pp. 80-82.
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