June 1, 2010: ACM Relaunches Magazine for Computing Students
Tuesday, June 1, 2010
With the Summer 2010 issue of XRDS, ACM inaugurates a completely revamped edition of its popular magazine for computer science and computer engineering students. Targeted to both graduate and undergraduate students contemplating computing careers, the newly redesigned XRDS offers breaking news and information, practical career advice, and first-hand stories and profiles of people on the front lines of the burgeoning computing field.
Formerly known as the student journal Crossroads, the new magazine and its website http://XRDS.acm.org reflect the real voices of today’s students, and will create a hub of interaction and communication for them to access.
XRDS has been designed as an easy-access resource for students who are focused on their futures. Readers now have a convenient channel to find valuable content not only on their field of study but on the student experience as well. With the magazines’ new website, students now have a central place where they can share their ideas and experiences through interactive features and by submitting articles for publication.
The Summer issue of XRDS is available online at: http://xrds.acm.org/current-issue.cfm
Read the ACM Press Release