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ACM SIGCSE Bulletin
Web programming is increasing rapidly in importance at the university level, yet there is no consensus about when and how it should be incorporated into the computer science curriculum. This paper describes our results in teaching an experimental introductory web programming course at the University of Washington that has had great success in attracting large numbers of students from inside and outside the computer science major. The course requires CS1 as a prerequisite, striking a gooddoi:10.1145/1539024.1508908 fatcat:cwshfdavcrdzxilketlzfz2pje