"Code and Composition"

From ACM Ubiquity comes “Code and Composition,” by Luke Fernandez of Weber State University. I haven’t read it yet, but I like the abstract/blurb info:

“Luke Fernandez’s “Code and Composition” compares the activity of programming computers with the activity of writing. The essay delineates the commonalities and differences in these activities in the context of larger technical and literary divisions that exist within the university.”

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