Nell B. Dale
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Who is Nell B. Dale?
Nell B. Dale is an American Computer Scientist noted for her work in computer science education and computer science introductory programming textbooks. She is also noted for her leadership in the SIGCSE community. She was on the SIGCSE Board from 1981–85, and from 1987–93, and was Chair of SIGCSE from 1991-93. She was Chair of the SIGCSE Symposium in 1991 and Co-Chair of the SIGCSE Symposium in 2000.
- also known as Nell Dale
- education: University of Houston
- written works: "Abstract data types", "Ada plus data structures", "Object oriented data structures using Java", "C++ Plus Data Structures", "Programming And Prob Solving W/ Java", "A Laboratory Course for Programming in Java", "A Laboratory Course In C++", "Interduction to Turbo Pascal and Software Design", "Introduction to Pascal and structured design", "A Lab Course in Pascal with a Tutorial on Think", "Lab Course Turbo", "Computer Science Illuminated", "Turbo Pascal", "Essentials of C++", "Pascal Casebook"
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