Pangat : Finding CS Parallels in Non-Computing Environments

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A [hide_from_apps container="span"]letter[/hide_from_apps][show_only_in_apps]letter[/show_only_in_apps] from one Fred Murphy published in Communications of the ACM in June 2015 excited me as a teacher as it explained how computer science can be learned even in a cafeteria. I have cited this article numerous times to my students explaining them that resources should never keep you from learning. Word Pangat originates from Sanskrit term Pankti meaning line. In India, Pangat is preferred way to serve food where people sit on the floor forming a line with their plates on floor. Food is served by volunteers who carry different food items in containers. There is a [hide_from_apps container="span"
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Devji Chhanga

I teach computer science at university of Kutch since 2011, Kutch is the western most district of India. At iDevji, I share tech stories that excite me. You will love reading the blog if you too believe in the disruptive power of technology. Some stories are purely technical while others can involve empathetical approach to problem solving using technology.

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Devji Chhanga

I teach computer science at university of Kutch since 2011, Kutch is the western most district of India. At iDevji, I share tech stories that excite me. You will love reading the blog if you too believe in the disruptive power of technology. Some stories are purely technical while others can involve empathetical approach to problem solving using technology.

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