Filtering The Java Hype:
Rodney S. Tosten
Real Experiences with Java at Gettysburg College
Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
Gettysburg College, Gettysburg, PA
In December of 1995, Gettysburg College downloaded its first Java
compiler. Since then, Java has grow roots in the department. It is
used in the majority of the department's courses from CS1 to the
senior capstone course. This talk presents Gettysburg's experiences
with Java and the changes that have occurred with the adoption of
this programming environment.
Professor Tosten is an Associate Professor in Gettysburg College,
he earned BA in Mathematics from Gettysburg College in 1985,
MS in Computer Science from West Virginia University in 1987,
and Ph.D. in Information Technology and Engineering from
George Mason University in 1990.
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