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For dance students who are or may be interested in working with dance film/video production, we recommend that students purchase a Macintosh (OS X) laptop as specified above and an external firewire (IEEE1394) hard drive, 250 GB or greater for working with video.

We recommend the following software (available from the ASU Computer Store):

ASU computer science program sees rise in reputation

ASU computer-science Professor Subbarao Kambhampati has one of the more active blogs.

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I have been a lifelong Arizonan except for briefly living in Japan and Utah. I earned a BS in History at BYU. I also completed the core classes for a Computer Science Teaching minor degree. During that time I also worked in the BYU media department repairing computers. After graduation I opened my own computer consulting business, taught professional development courses for the ASU Computer Institute, and decided to go back to school to earn a Master's Degree. I spent 23 years as a full time staff member at ASU in the College of Public Programs.

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By posting materials and using ASU computing facilities, theuser represents that he or she has created the materials or that heor she has the right to post or use the materials. The storage,posting, or transmission of materials must not violate the rightsof any third person in the materials, including copyright,trademark, patent, trade secrets, and any rights of publicity orprivacy of any person. The materials posted must not be defamatory,libelous, slanderous, or obscene.

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ASU computer science program sees rise in reputation | ASU News

For problems with your ASU computer please call IT Services Help Desk at 972-3933

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ASU computer-science professor Subbarao Kambhampati uses a blog for his classes

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