Computing Seminars - Summer 2020
In an effort to help our students prepare for the Fall 2020 semester, the Computer Science staff are going to give twice-a-week seminars to our students, free of charge, free of grades
Why? The COVID-19 pandemic has made it difficult for all of us, and by helping our CS students prepare for the fall semester, we feel that those who attend will have a step up in their studies.
Each session (listing in the link above) will have an on-line link which will allow you to view the seminar as it is being given.
Some seminars may be recorded and later made available, but that depends upon many circumstances. To assure you get to view the seminar, please attend.
Some of our topics:
- CS-1, what do I need to do to get ready and make life easier in my CS-1 class?
- CS-2, overview of pointers - what they are and how to use them
- CS-2, memory leaks - what they are and how to find them
- CS-21, Linux and VMWare - how to make sure I am ready for virtual computing
- CS-21, Assembly language - writing my first program
- CS-41, Red Hat Linux - how to get it, how to install it - how to use it
- More to come
Some of our special topics:
- GIT - what is it and how to use it
- LATEX - how to write professional looking technical papers
- COBOL - Why are so many jobs opening up for this programming language
- Even more to come