Inspired by DevOps: how Heriot-Watt University is automating teaching and assessment of Computer Science

John Leonard
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Inspired by DevOps: how Heriot-Watt University is automating teaching and assessment of Computer Science
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Inspired by DevOps: how Heriot-Watt University is automating teaching and assessment of Computer Science

Faced with increased student numbers and remote learning, the Computer Science department needed to rethink its methods

The last few years have seen big changes in both higher education and software development, characterised by collaboration between remote groups and underpinned by automation. Teaching was moving online...

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