Ph.D. Proposal Announcement

Bryce Boe
Ph.D. Proposal
Tuesday, June 4, 2013
10:30 AM in 1132 HFH

Committee: Diana Franklin (chair), Kevin Almeroth, Danielle Harlow (Education Department), Timothy Sherwood

Title: Submission and Feedback Tools to Support Growth in Computer Science Education

Abstract:

The increase in popularity of teaching using visual programming languages ...

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My Major Area Exam Announcement

Major Area Exam
Bryce Boe

March 12, 2012
2:00 PM
HFH 1132

Committee:
Diana Franklin (chair), Tim Sherwood, Kevin Almeroth

Title: Automated Feedback and Assessment of Student Submitted Code

Abstract:
Increases in class sizes pose a problem for computer science instructors. With a larger number of students to educate ...

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More on the Execution After Redirect Vulnerability

Last night Adam DoupĂ© wrote up his description on our Execution After Redirect Vulnerability which I wanted to link my followers to. Adam’s primary focus on this project has been adapting a static ruby analyzer to find instances of the EAR vulnerability in thousands of Ruby-On-Rails projects from github ...

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Teacher Training in Computer Science: What’s That?

Last year I was a teaching assistant for two quarters giving me two opportunities to see how well I could share my knowledge with students. Aside from my knowledge of the material, and my ability to relate to many of the undergrads at UCSB (having previously been one myself) I ...

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Pre-Summer Recap

Wow, where has the time gone? In my absence a great deal has happened in my life so I’m going to break it up into a few chunks starting with stuff prior to the summer.

As I briefly mentioned in Flat Stanley’s Adventures, winter quarter I TAed the ...

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Teaching My First Lecture

I previously mentioned that I was the Teaching Assistant (TA) for the Operating Systems class this quarter. It’s going quite well, though just as I remember, this class is a lot of work for the students, and a hell of a lot of work for the TA. I recently ...

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