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Computer Science

GENERAL TOPICS - A-level Computing 0% developed  as of Jan 22, 2006 - Algorithms 50% developed  as of Jan 24, 2005 - Advanced Data Structures and Algorithms 0% developed  as of Jan 24, 2005 - Basic Computer Security 0% developed  as of July 19, 2006 - Cryptography 0% developed - Technology Certifications 0% developed - Data Structures 25% developed  as of Jan 24, 2005 - Open Source 0% developed - Operating System Design - Reverse Engineering 25% developed  as of Oct 24, 2005 - The Computer Revolution 25% developed - The Design and Organization of Data Centers 25% developed - THEORY - Computability and Complexity 50% developed  as of May 9, 2007 - Logic for Computer Scientists - Parallel Processing Theory and Application 0% developed  as of Jan 16, 2005 - Self-Replicating Automata 25% developed  as of Jan 16, 2005 - PROGRAMMING - Active Server Pages 25% developed - ASP.NET 50% developed  as of Jan, 01 0000 - Cocoa 50% developed  as of Jan, 01 0000 - Compiler Construction 25% developed  as of Jan, 01 0000 - GNU C Compiler Internals 50% developed  as of Jan, 05 0000 - Computer Programming 25% developed - Object Oriented Programming 0% developed - Procedural programming 0% developed  as of Apr 21, 2007 - Software Engineering 25% developed  as of Jan, 01 0000 - Struts 25% developed  as of Jan, 01 0000PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES BOOKSHELFDOMAIN-SPECIFIC LANGUAGES BOOKSHELFCOMPUTATIONAL INTELLIGENCE - Artificial Intelligence 25% developed  as of Jan 27, 2005 - Programming AI with Leaf 0% developed  as of Nov 25, 2006 - Neural Networks 0% developed - Robotics 25% developed  as of Jan, 01 0000 - COMMUNICATIONS AND NETWORKING - Internet Technologies 25% developed - CORBA 0% developed - Communication Systems - Voice over IP 0% developed  as of Sept, 20 2005 - Semantic Web - XForms Tutorial and Cookbook - COMPUTING IN INDUSTRY - Collected Real-life Experiences 0% developed - Database Management System 25% developed

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