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Student Finds Hidden Devices in the College Library – Are they nefarious?

Student Finds Hidden Devices in the College Library – Are they nefarious?

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This post caught my attention. A reddit user posted pictures of a mysterious raspberry pi zero. He wrote that his roommate found a bunch of these hidden behind desks, vending machines and trashcans in the college library. Some people were speculating: a wifi dongle attached and used to intercept internet traffic… Looks like a pi […]

Mats Daniels reflects on taking 30 years to complete his doctorate

Mats Daniels reflects on taking 30 years to complete his doctorate

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Oh, well. So let’s talk about taking thirty years to get a Ph.D. [chuckles] And … now it’s been a long road. And it’s been rather fun, actually, getting it in the end. And … well, to make a long story short, it’s a … I did … when I started finishing up, I was […]

CARES Module 4 | SHS Strand: Science, Technology, Engineering and Math

CARES Module 4 | SHS Strand: Science, Technology, Engineering and Math

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The STEM or Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics strand is for students who love Math and Science. A few examples of the subjects you’ll take under this strand are Earth Science, Pre-Calculus and Basic Calculus, and Physics! Through STEM, you can develop analytical skills, numerical skills, and scientific skills. STEM students are naturally curious about […]

The Master of Computer Science in Data Science: A top-ranked degree that fits your life

The Master of Computer Science in Data Science: A top-ranked degree that fits your life

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There are some 200,000 jobs in the data sciences that go unfilled each year. The MCS-DS degree unlocks those career opportunities. The main thing that that we learn from the students is they value practice, and you have to show how what you’re talking about in the fundamentals and in the theory actually applies to […]

Learn Computer Code – Primary School Education

Learn Computer Code – Primary School Education

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by the year 2020 there will be fifty billion devices connected to the learn computer code Internet programming computers that’s a whopping fifty billion this will undoubtedly create millions of new jobs and require a whole new way of thinking ahead we help how children learn the skills that they need for this new world […]

What is the Internet?

What is the Internet?

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[woosh] [ding] [buildup sound] [music] What is the internet? The internet is like a popular thing. Some satellites up there. I picture it in my head with like waves of internet going to the phone. Somebody told me a cloud once. The internet is a lot like plumbing it’s always moving. Most people don’t have […]

Equity in CS Education

Equity in CS Education

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This is a computer science classroom. Notice what this classroom looks like and who is in it. There are far more males than females and there are a few black or Hispanic students. This is a typical tech company. We see the lack of diversity that starts in the classroom translates here to a lack […]

Computer Science — Online (Oregon State Ecampus)

Computer Science — Online (Oregon State Ecampus)

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Captioning provided by Disability Access Services at Oregon State University. [music] Laurye Clampitt: I was interested in starting to figure out where I wanted to get a Master’s Degree. A lot of the Master programs for computer science I wasn’t eligible for. My husband was looking for a program at the same time as well. […]

Rasmussen College’s Computer Science Program: What You Can Expect

Rasmussen College’s Computer Science Program: What You Can Expect

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Let’s talk about computer science. Hi, I’m Jen Ayotte, the Dean for the School of Technology at Rasmussen College. Students of the Computer Science program will learn to design, develop and deploy software applications that leverage cloud computing technologies. The coursework is designed to equip students with the skills needed to create and modify complex […]

Map of Computer Science

Map of Computer Science

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We built computers to expand our brains. Originally scientists build computers to solve arithmetic, but they turned out to be incredibly useful for many other things as well: running the entire internet, lifelike graphics, artificial brains or simulating the Universe, but amazingly all of it boils down to just flipping zeros and ones. Computers have […]