Yes, children, it’s the BBC quiz of the week, this time dedicated to the proposition that UK schools just don’t teach enough about computer science.
All seven questions are shameful, but you should pay particular attention to question number 6.
I scored 6/7. And no, I didn’t fail on the obligatory calculus question.
OK, time’s up on Question 6. Nobody noticed the obvious FUD:
“CORRECT! It’s PCF – Programming Computable Functions. WYSIWYG – what you see is what you get – describes software in which content displayed on screen is close in appearance to what is printed. GNU – Gnu’s Not Unix – is the name for an operating system.“