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Many different sorts of writing are relevant in Computer Science
 
Many different sorts of writing are relevant in Computer Science
  
* Talks
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* [[Talks]]
** [Talk Guidelines]: Guidelines for what makes a good talk <i>good</i>.
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** [[Talk Guidelines]]: Guidelines for what makes a good talk <i>good</i>.
** [Talk Examples]: Examples of talks that illustrate either desirable or undesirable aspects of talks.
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** [[Talk Examples]]: Examples of talks that illustrate either desirable or undesirable aspects of talks.
* Demos
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* [[Demos]]
** [Demo Guidelines]: Guidelines for how to give an effective software demo.
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** [[Demo Guidelines]]: Guidelines for how to give an effective software demo.
** [Demo Examples]: Examples of demos that either went well or poorly, and discussion on <i>how</i> to give effective demos and handle when things go wrong.
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** [[Demo Examples]]: Examples of demos that either went well or poorly, and discussion on <i>how</i> to give effective demos and handle when things go wrong.
* Posters
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* [[Posters]]
** [Poster Guidelines]: Guidelines for creating a poster that grabs attention and communicates your ideas effectively.
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** [[Poster Guidelines]]: Guidelines for creating a poster that grabs attention and communicates your ideas effectively.
** [Poster Examples]: Examples of various posters.
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** [[Poster Examples]]: Examples of various posters.
* Papers
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* [[Papers]]
** [Paper Guidelines]: Guidelines for how to create an effective research paper, and how to help it get accepted.
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** [[Paper Guidelines]]: Guidelines for how to create an effective research paper, and how to help it get accepted.
** [Paper Examples]: Examples of research papers.
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** [[Paper Examples]]: Examples of research papers.

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Many different sorts of writing are relevant in Computer Science

  • Talks
    • Talk Guidelines: Guidelines for what makes a good talk good.
    • Talk Examples: Examples of talks that illustrate either desirable or undesirable aspects of talks.
  • Demos
    • Demo Guidelines: Guidelines for how to give an effective software demo.
    • Demo Examples: Examples of demos that either went well or poorly, and discussion on how to give effective demos and handle when things go wrong.
  • Posters
    • Poster Guidelines: Guidelines for creating a poster that grabs attention and communicates your ideas effectively.
    • Poster Examples: Examples of various posters.
  • Papers
    • Paper Guidelines: Guidelines for how to create an effective research paper, and how to help it get accepted.
    • Paper Examples: Examples of research papers.