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Please sir, you mentioned critical Code and French that is my purpose of coming here on this CCCWG18 to learn how to incorporate it into French studies.
I'm Nazua Idris. I'm a first year MA student in English Literature at Washington State University. I am interested in Digital Humanities and currently doing a graduate certificate course in DH at Washington State University. Critical Code Studies is completely new field for me. I am very excited about this working group and looking forward to the discussions.
Dr Teddy Roland, I do know how to programme Hmtl and css only as for this criticising codes. You have to help me with more techniques.
I'm Corinna Kirsch. I'm a PhD Candidate in Art History and Media Studies at Stony Brook University: From a research perspective, my focus on programming concerns artists working with code, often with now-historical code, and working with systems, such as time-sharing, that have similarly passed out of contemporary computing realities and imaginaries.
I'm a designated respondent for the Gender and Programming Cultures thread; you'll see a lot of me there.
I'm Nick Montfort, participant in CCSWG since the beginning and co-author & organizer of 10 PRINT CHR$(205.5+RND(1); : GOTO 10, an MIT Press book that started as a CCSWG thread. I'm professor of digital media at MIT. Most recent books: The Truelist (poetry) and, in the MIT Press Essential Knowledge Series, The Future. I live in Boston and New York, where I am involved with community gallery Babycastles and the School for Poetic Computation. nickm.com