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How I'd teach computer science

If I were teaching computer science, I'd start with a working piece of software, probably an HTTP server, and give the students a series of assignments. Assumptions: The software is documented, has users, and bugs, breakage is important. 0. Set up and install the software on your own server. Verify and demonstrate that it can handle a request. You can add a new page to the site.
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