The Blog-ification of Software Development

As recently as the early 1990s getting your thoughts and ideas out into the world at any kind of scale required finding a publisher that would agree to publish your work. Publishers served as gatekeepers, deciding what was worth publishing and what wasn’t, typically publishing only material they thought would be commercially successful. And of … Read more

The Symmetrical Power of AI in Assessments

Large language models (LLMs) make it possible for faculty to rapidly create a wide range of formative and summative assessments for their students. And, as we hear about so often, students can also use LLMs to write their essays and complete other assignments. (Apparently, when faculty use AI to create assignments, it’s a “productivity gain.” … Read more