What Is A Good Computer Science Journal For The Non-Computer Scientist?
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Biomed 5.0k

Hi, Can anyone point to a good computer science/algorithms journal that I can follow to keep up with the current developments in the field. However, being a non-computer scientist who is more application oriented I prefer a journal that is not too heavy on the theory side but provides a bridge between the basic science and research and the practice of computer programming (i.e Bioinformatics tool development).

PS: Just in case, I am not asking for a bioinformatics Journal advise :) Thanks

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Computing sciences have strong habit of putting a lot of important literature in conference proceedings... but I guess tracking that is even harder...

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Miki ▴ 30

IEEE Software, for example 1.

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Check out Dr. Dobb's Journal. 1

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Thaman ★ 3.3k

It's not journal but effective like BioStar

http://cstheory.stackexchange.com/

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Computer science journal - http://www.cscjournals.org/csc/home.php

Software and system modeling. http://www.springer.com/computer/swe/journal/10270

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