All posts by Paolo Rocchi

Upon retirement in 2010 Paolo Rocchi has been recognized as an Emeritus Docent at IBM for his scientific achievements; he is also an Adjunct Professor at Luiss University of Rome. Rocchi is currently involved in a variety of theoretical and applied fields of research including the methodologies of software engineering, the properties information, the Boltzmann-like entropy, the forecast of cancer tissues growth, the interpretation of probability and the teaching methods of informatics. Further details may be found at:

A Popular Myth in Computer Science Education

Informatics educators expend more energy tackling education issues than educators in almost every other field. I believe much of this effort is unnecessary and could be eliminated if informatics educators could agree on a base set of computing principles. Continue reading A Popular Myth in Computer Science Education