As an academic discipline, computer science has its genesis in Ireland in what is now the School of Computer Science and Statistics, at Trinity College Dublin.
Computer science has evolved dramatically since its pioneering days in the late 1980s when Professor Neville Harris reportedly imported the first network cards to Ireland for use by his avant-garde cohort of students.
Among that band of students was Stephen Barrett, today the course director of the MSc in...
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