En un mensaje anterior, der Mouse escribió:
> > In general, I don't think this is an issue that is unique to _secure_
> > programming (coding, design, etc.).  I think over the past 40 years
> > or so, as a discipline, we've failed rather miserably at teaching
> > programming, period.
> Right.  But on the other hand, that's not surprising - when did you
> last see even a course, never mind a program, in academia that was
> _supposed_ to teach programming (as opposed to computer science or
> software engineering or any of the various other things usually taught
> instead of it)?

Care to explain what do you think a 'programming course' should have that is not
covered in SE or CS courses (or curricula)?



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