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Published by Abi Edwards on 2017-04-19
This week we have an interview with Faisal Karjikar, a Google software engineer, all about bits and bytes, compression and different ways data is stored and manipulated by computers for different task...
Published by Abi Edwards on 2017-04-12
This week CAS TV is in conversation with Phil Bagge, Primary teacher, local advisor and one of the pioneers of teaching computing in the Primary classroom. Not to mention being the star of the robot ja...
Published by Abi Edwards on 2017-04-05
This week Miles talks with Aga Madurska around the concepts of finite state machines, Turing machines and how these might best be understood for computing education.
Published by Jane Waite on 2017-03-03
Thank you to all the fabulous presenters at the CAS London Conference and our wonderful hosts at Gladsemore Community College. We could not have delivered the day without them. SEND, Primary, Secondar...
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