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A bridge over the computer science graduate skill gap
Universities are increasingly required to respond to the ever evolving needs of an ever more sophisticated and globalised workplace, which requires well-rounded workers with more than mere technical knowledge. Employers ...
Relevant computing curricula in Sub-Saharan Africa
The principle objective of this research was to establish what computing curricula are required for the Sub-Saharan Africa region. Input from academics, businessmen and the analyses of curricula from several African ...
Insights into the use and affordances of social and collaborative applications for student projects
(South African Institute of Computer Scientists and Information Technologists, 2017)
The use of social and collaborative computing has the potential of assisting learning and improving the ability to work together as part of a team. Team work is a graduate attribute that students need to acquire before ...
Towards a model for user-centred design using a positive deviance approach: A case for diabetes self-management
(University of Cape Town, 2017)
Over the past twenty years there have been substantive efforts across the African continent to ensure penetration and reach of mobile technology to the citizenry. However there continues to be a debate on precisely how ...
A comprehensive survey on Fog Computing: State-of-the-art and research challenges
Cloud computing with its three key facets (i.e., Infrastructure-as-a-Service, Platform-as-a-Service, and Softwareas- a-Service) and its inherent advantages (e.g., elasticity and scalability) still faces several challenges. ...
Internet-of-Things in motion: A UAV coalition model for remote sensing in smart cities
(MDPI AG, 2018)
Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) or drones are increasingly used in cities to provide service tasks that are too dangerous, expensive or difficult for human beings. Drones are also used in cases where a task can be performed ...