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Proceedings of the 2007 workshop on Computer architecture education - WCAE '07
At Georgia Tech, since the Fall of 1999, we have been teaching a first course in systems that represents a radical departure from the usual stovepipe model of teaching computer architecture and operating systems. By making this course a required one for CS majors in their sophomore year, we have accomplished several goals the most important of which is the opportunity for students to pursue deeper exposure to systems in their junior and senior years, through additional courses and research, ifdoi:10.1145/1275633.1275641 fatcat:7oxv3yytdza73mzna3coi3vxaa