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CTS Computer Science Discussions

Catskill Technology Services offers a number of discussions on computer science and related topics. Some have a discussion group that you can join in on. Several projects and proposals will likely be going on at any one time, so jump right in!

Here is the Computer Science Discussion Area.

Some Specific Discussions

Note that these are not the only discussions taking place! Rather, the following are those that have a separate article page plus a discussion thread (topic) in the forum. There are a number of other categories and "boards" (displayed at top level), and threads ("topics", click on a "board") not listed here which could be of interest to you — be sure to just dive into the Forum and take a look around!

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  • new window for Problems with Helvetica To Hell With Helvetica — a diatribe against the overuse of Sans-Serif fonts  Last updated Fri, 06 Jan 2017 at 12:39 PM

    People in the computer world, especially those preparing documentation, seem to be in love with Sans-Serif fonts such as Helvetica. This is a very bad practice, and such fonts' usage should be minimized.

  • new window for Compositing Logos and Accents Compositing Logos and Accented Letters — creating logos and unusual accented letters from normal text  Last updated Thu, 19 Oct 2017 at 10:26 PM

    Sometimes it's possible to build logos and unusual or rare accented letters through the use of HTML and CSS font selection, sizing, and precise positioning.

  • new window for Pointer Discipline in C Pointer Discipline in C — reduce the chance of difficult-to-debug pointer problems in C code  Last updated Sat, 30 Dec 2017 at 2:43 PM

    The primary cause of run-time problems in C code, has been (in my experience), mistakes in the handling of pointers. Here are some, ah, pointers on good code practices.

  • Watch for more exciting software discussions coming soon!

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