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Presented at the National Academy of Sciences (11 April 2014, Washington, D.C.) at the workshop "Training Students to Extract Value from Big Data.” Discussion of computational and programming education at UC Berkeley. Emphasis on Python as a glue/gateway language. An advocation for the notion of first teaching "Data Literacy" to domain scientists before teaching Big Data proficiency.
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