How has the programming language C# evolved? Philip Japikse traces its evolution from its introduction in 2002.
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Most people feel nervous about public speaking. Here are some tips to keeping calm and presenting like a pro.
Jo Parnell expands on the evolution of life writing as a literary form to share our stories.
In the penultimate article of his series, Dexter Booth defines what we mean by an ‘imaginary’ number
The history of linguistics is a rich and varied subject, although one that doesn’t always receive its fair share of attention. Kim Ballard looks at its appeal for students…
While reading original research may be a challenge for undergraduates, learning to read journal articles can enhance the classroom experience and prepare students of linguistics to better conduct and write up their own research.