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The Top 25 Things You Didn’t Know About Computer Science, Part 1

The year is 2020 and we are entering a new era of computing.

There are so many exciting developments, like the growing ubiquity of tablets and smartphones, and the ability to do work on-the-go.

But for many people, the most exciting technology is the computer.

Computer science is now a mainstream discipline, and there is a growing interest in it.

For example, more than 50 percent of the college students who take introductory computer science courses are now taking them as an elective, according to a recent survey by the College Board.

However, the top 10 computer science conferences are still dominated by traditional universities, and many students have no interest in going there.

We asked some of the top universities in the world to rank the top 50 computer science departments, and here are their answers.

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Duke University, Durham, North Carolina (USA) Duke University has two computer science programs in the top 20 of The Computing Research Association of America’s (CRAA) Top 20 List.

DU is home to a world-class research university and is known for being one of the best in the United States for the field of computer science.

The University of Virginia’s computer science program ranked in the same range as Duke.

According to a 2015 survey by The Computing Association, Duke is one of only two universities in North Carolina with an academic ranking of the second-best among the state’s largest public universities.

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The University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (USA ) The research and development team at the University of Pennsylvania has won the 2017 Carnegie Classification of Computing awards, one of four such awards given annually by The Association for Computing Machinery (ACM).

The Carnegie Classification is an annual ranking of top universities based on their performance in research and innovation.

A few years ago, Duke University announced it was planning to build a massive computer network in a major city, but this plan is still in the early stages.

In 2016, Duke announced it would create a new institute for computer science and information technology, called the Computer Science and Information Engineering (CSEI) program.

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Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey (USA / New Jersey) Princeton University has a strong reputation for its research and technology and has earned the highest ranking from the ACM in the Top 20 list.

This year, Princeton has a large program called the Center for Computer and Information Sciences (CCIS), which aims to “provide students with the best learning environment in the nation to learn about, develop, and use computer science skills.”

The CS department at Princeton has been ranked among the top five programs by The Computers & Information Technology Association (CTIA).

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Cornell University, Ithaca, New York (USA/ New York) Cornell University’s computer program ranked among two of the nation’s top 10 for the 2017 ACM Computer Science Award.

Last year, the department announced it had secured $2.7 million from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to build the largest computer network for the United Nations.

It has also been awarded several grants by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to help develop new computer technologies.

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University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas (USA)/ Austin, University of South Carolina (South Carolina) A strong research university with a reputation for computer skills, UT Austin has earned a place on the Top 10 list of The Computer and Communications Society (TCS).

Its computer science department is known to have a strong focus on cutting-edge technologies.

 The department has developed the world’s first mobile and cloud computing platform, the UT Austin Cloud, which allows students to use their smartphones to do research in the lab or on the road.

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University Of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, Wisconsin (USA).

At a time when more and more people are choosing to pursue a degree in computer science or computer engineering, University Of California at Berkeley is one place you can find some of its best programs.

Although the University Of Chicago has a more traditional approach, it has also found success in the computing field by developing the cloud-based platform called the Cloud.

Its cloud-powered computer science class is the top-ranked CS program in the U.S., according to The Computing Awards.

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University College London, London, England (UK) The Computer Science Department at the university is ranked among six of the Top 30 of the Computing Research and Technology Association’s (CTTA) Top 30 List. 

The Computer Sciences Department at University College Dublin ranks in the very top of the UK computer science rankings.

Students at UCD are required to complete a 12-credit course called The Information Society of Computing (ISOC) in order to graduate.

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The Georgia