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This news item originally appeared in the September 18th issue of the Brown Daily Herald. The complete story can be read at the Herald's website.

When Masi Oka '97 graduated from Brown with a degree in computer science, he never expected that within a few short years he would appear in such television series ...

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Bryan Cantrill '96, Mike Shapiro '96, '97 Sc.M., and Adam Leventhal '01 -- all engineers at Sun Microsystems -- received the top prize in the Wall Street Journal's 2006 Innovation Awards for their work on DTrace.

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"Bryan Cantrill and a team of engineers ...

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The Fall/Winter 2005 issue of Conduit, the computer science department's research and alumni magazine, received an Excellence Award at the annual Gallery of Printing & Design Awards Banquet and Vendor Show at Quidnessett Country Club in North Kingstown, Rhode Island.

The event is sponsored by the Graphic Communications Industry of Rhode Island and ...

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Tuesday, March 12, is the date for the spring general career fair, which CS co-sponsors with the Career Services office. Career Services has been looking for a new location on campus larger than Sayles Hall, but smaller than the Athletic Center, where it was last held. For this event they've settled on Alumnae Hall ...

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The Fall, 2001 issue of conduit! has just hit the stands; it's available at

http://www.cs.brown.edu/publications/conduit/

as are all previous issues back to its beginning in March, 1992.

This website is, in fact, a very impressive ten-year collection of articles on technical matters leavened with lighter pieces about the ...

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It's hard to believe, but this is conduit!'s 10th year--the spring issue will be volume 10, number 1! The colored version is already on our website and the glossies have been printed. As soon as the alumni mailing has gone out, the remaining newsletters will be available in the 4th floor lobby--likely in ...