I've been studying computer science and computer programming for years now in high school. I've been accepted to universities that offer two different kinds of degrees. One is Computer Science and one is Software Engineering. I could go either way for which degree I get, I was just wondering if someone could give me the big differences between the two and which, in their opinion, is better. This will help me decide which degree would better suit me. I heard that computer science involves more math while software engineering involves more business applications. Thanks!

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The Google Glass wearable computing 'enhanced reality' project got off the ground this week at the Google I/O Developers Conference in San Francisco earlier this week. Around 6,000 developers were present to see a demonstration of the futuristic technology which integrates a small video-display suspended from the arm of the headset which is worn like a pair of spectacles. Complete with Internet connectivity, a battery in the arm and the ability to change the perspective of the video stream as you move your head, the Google Glass prototype is no heavier than a standard pair of sunglasses and just as …

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Hello, I've got an assignment where I'm told to create a chat room application. I have already created the application using Java. But I am also asked to research at least three different technologies to implement chat room application, but I only know one... that is using Java Sockets. Is there any other technology? if there is, what is the easiest to implement a chat room application (and the server)? Actually I still don't understand the word "Technology", whether that means the programming language used to implement the application or some frameworks or other things. Note that I'm still a …

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I recently read a letter in a magazine to which I subscribe ("net" Issue 252 p8, titled "The Net Awards and Equality"): >... Giving [under represented groups] an opportunity and exposure is important. I have two toddler daughters, and my wife and I try not to push gender-specific toys on them. They both use smartphones... Anybody have views on this? Are gender-specific toys for toddlers evil? Should toddlers be given smartphones?

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From college dropout to one of the world's youngest self-made billionaires, there is no doubting that Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg has made quite an impression in his 28 years on this planet. But who is he really? You could go watch 'The Social Network' movie I guess, but all that does is tell you who he is through the eyes of a scriptwriter and the Hollywood machine. Better, you could trawl the Internet for biographies about and quotes from the man. The trouble with that approach is putting everything in some kind of context, coupled with filtering through …

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http://www.lifengadget.com/lifengadget/amazing-programming-quotes/

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Hey everyone! Hosftra comp sci grad here who got into IT for my career. I think I remember Dani from college! So happy to finally register for this awesome community! I'd like to get back into programming a tiny bit with arduino and the Raspberry Pi. See ya around the project section and perhaps the IT/corporate side! *wave*

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Hey guys, So many times I came across source code of open source technologies, like OpenOffice, Ditto, BigAnt Messenger. They provide their source code too for free, but unfortunately I dont know how can I edit and compile those source code. Can anyone please help in this? Thanks guys in Advance.

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May I know the newest technology in computer science,so that I chould work on it futher for technical seminar.Please do help.

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latest combination(combo) devices of computer.tell me those devices which works more than one??

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Please provide me the web technology profiler tool like [Click Here](http://www.builtwith.com)

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Write an algorithm that performs Binary operation such as Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication and Division of Rational numbers.

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thanks a lot for considering for the new real act of forming a new class with students like me i am interested on microsoft windows azure it is the most affordable way for me to get knowledge.

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The EE Times [URL="http://www.eetimes.com/news/latest/showArticle.jhtml;jsessionid=CK0UKKNE0NKJCQSNDLSCKHA?articleID=213402554"]reported[/URL] earlier this week that the Dell E4200 and E4300 laptops are running both Linux and Windows on the same machine. Why both you ask? The Linux OS provides a quick boot for checking email and other "light" computing duties while the Windows side allows "heavier duty" computing like running Microsoft Office applications. It runs with two chips, one from ARM and one from Intel. The ARM chip, provides instant on booting and is much more power efficient, while the Intel chip provides the juice to run apps that require more computing power. [B]It's Two, Two, Two …

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On the same day that [URL="http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-11225197"]UK Business Secretary, Vince Cable, has been explaining that Government sees "no justification for taxpayers' money being used to support research which is neither commercially useful nor theoretically outstanding"[/URL] and that universities will be expected to "do more for less" an event has been showcasing the latest near-market products and technologies that have evolved from just such research. [youtube]5yMEYXweFjc[/youtube] The 'Meerkats and Avatars' event held at the Hauser Forum and organized by St John's Innovation Centre, took place today and served as a great reminder that commercially viable science and technology innovation is most certainly …

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First we had the news that [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/news/story276878.html"]IBM was helping clean up crime[/URL] in the US and UK, now it seems that Sweden is getting a touch of the Big Blue Brother effect. The city of Stockholm is launching a project using IBM's streaming analytics technology in order to gather real-time information on, well, pretty much everything that moves. Working in collaboration with the [URL="http://www.kth.se/?l=en_UK"]KTH Royal Institute of Technology[/URL] the project is already gathering real-time data from the GPS devices installed in some 1500 taxi cabs and will soon add delivery trucks, traffic cameras, traffic light sensors, rail systems and weather …

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I have a 4 month old blog [Click Here](http://technoworrlld.blogspot.com).I am getting about 400 visitors per day.I applied for Clicksor but the earnings are pretty low-about 0.1$ per day.Is it normal?What is the maximum that can be earned from a technology blog with about 400 visitors daily?Also,90% of visitors come through search engines.

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I have a 4 month old blog [Click Here](http://technoworrlld.blogspot.com).I am getting about 400 visitors per day.I applied for Clicksor but the earnings are pretty low-about 0.1$ per day.Is it normal?What is the maximum that can be earned from a technology blog with about 400 visitors daily?Also,90% of visitors come through search engines.

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DWExpo recently posted a blog on why they were founded. They basically saw a need for developers and marketers to learn more about each other's fields and have the opportunity to come together and innovate, instead of constantly bumping heads. Its interesting how much value they see in cross-discipline education and thier approach to meeting that need. Looks a lot like a new-age Comdex. Definitly worth a read. http://www.digitalworldexpo.com/dwe2012/2012/09/04/3-good-reasons-to-attend-monetizing-social-at-digital-world-expo/ I'm interested in initiating discussion on the need that developers see for integrating tech and business.

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hello, will someone tell which domain s currently used and worth to do my M.E project in computer science.i confused of it. clarify

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Hello everyone, I am 23 years old and currently in my 2nd semester of my 4th year of college. Regular college students are typically done after this semester, but unfortunately I still have 43 credits to go due to starting out at a local community college and dealing with pre-requisites. I should be able to graduate by Summer 2013 even if I switch from CS to IT. Here is my dilemma. I am considering switching from Computer Science to Information Technology. I have started becoming less and less interested in programming. I am pretty sure I do not want a …

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It's taken a while, but computing has finally gotten the green message. Many of the biggest IT vendors now ensure that they are being environmentally friendly in terms of the recyclablity of both components and packaging of the products they sell. But are you doing your bit once you get that kit home and plug it in? Perhaps more to the point, as well as wasting precious energy are you paying more than you need to when it comes to powering your tech? [attach]19438[/attach] The chances are that, like most of us, you could do more to help the environment …

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So you want to work on any computer as you owned it, but without going through the whole remote access process? Thanks to an early-stage company established after the founders met whilst studying for PhDs in Computer Science at Cambridge University your wishes might just be about to come true. [URL="http://www.fonleap.com"]Fonleap[/URL], one of seventeen companies showcasing exciting new technology at the annual Meerkats and Avatars event in Cambridge today, is launching a virtual machine in your pocket which uses your smartphone to transport a desktop, in its entirety, from one computer to another. In a nutshell, according to Fonleap co-founder …

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Dear all, I am a migrant work. I work for an electronic factory as an engineer. I'd like to know more friends whe are interest in EMS industry. Especially SMT.

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Hey I wanted to know how to get more and more visitors on my web site .. will U guys help me out SNIP are my webs bt visitors are very few ...

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Hello All, Have somebody heard about a C++ library which help Agent programming like Java Agent Development Environment(JADE). Please let me know. I googled it but I could not find. Thank you ThiLiNa

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A team of researchers from the [URL="http://uci.edu/index.php"]University of California at Irvine[/URL] lead by Laura Marchal-Crespo is developing a robot that will help train disabled children to use electric wheelchairs which can make a huge difference in the life of a child who has had little mobility. [ATTACH=right]16817[/ATTACH]Reporting on their research in the [I][URL="http://www.jneuroengrehab.com/content/7/1/40"]Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation[/URL][/I] this month, the results are looking quite positive for the training robot that they have named ROLY. ROLY's job is to follow a straight line marked out on the floor in a game of “tag” as the child learns to navigate the chair …

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DaniWeb plans to interview [URL="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steve_Forbes"]Steve Forbes[/URL], editor-in-chief of [URL="http://www.forbes.com/"]Forbes [business magazine][/URL]. As the new editor-in-chief of DaniWeb's News and Reviews I would like to reach out and involve the entire community and ask for your suggestions. Rather that simply asking Mr. Forbes the questions that come to my mind I would like to hear from you what you would like to know. Suggest a specific question or a general topic. Please keep it clean, respectful and relevant [to technology]. At the end of next Monday (May 17, 2010) I will review and consider all of your suggestions and come up …

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The economic news has been so bad of late, it's actually difficult to imagine that some businesses are profitable. It's easy to get sucked into the abyss of huge layoffs, high unemployment figures and generally negative fall-out from the economic meltdown, but in spite of all this, there are technology companies that are making boat loads of cash and doing just fine. One caveat here: Earnings can be interpreted in a number of ways. It seems either you made money or you didn't, but there are a number of factors that go into this. With that in mind, I give …

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Geeks and fast cars have gone together ever since the first young coder made a million developing computer games. However, it takes a true nerd to build a car capable of breaking the land speed record and hitting 1050 miles per hour. A team of true nerds, and a whole lot of technology, in fact. [attach]16020[/attach]The [URL="http://www.bloodhoundssc.com/"]launch of the Bloodhound Education Programme this week[/URL] sees 1.5 million students join that team, with access to the world class research and development behind the car including real world case studies and curriculum materials based on the jet and rocket powered beast. One …

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