September 24, 2017

Programming Jam at UAT

Programming Jam

Calling all programmers! The fall semester has begun and it’s time to get busy innovating with a fun Programming Jam! UAT is holding a Programming Jam under the guidance of Computer Science Professor Tony Hinton starting on Friday, September 26, ending with an awards ceremony on October 6 in the UAT Theater. Check out a Raspberry Pi from the Library at UAT. Your team has one week to create ANYTHING! There will be prizes for First, Second and Third Place winners. Register here or reach out to Professor Hinton at thinton@uat.edu. Look for this flyer around campus with all of…

Bubble Wrap: Pop A Palooza – Now on Google Play

Bubble Wrap PopAPalooza

Do you have friends or siblings who like to pop Bubble Wrap? Most people enjoy this simple, yet satisfying task, which is why it’s the perfect idea for a video game! “Bubble Wrap: Pop A Palooza” was produced by Ara Shirinian, Principal Designer at WePlay Media and Tyler Weiss, a UAT student dual majoring in Game Programming and Advancing Computer Science, in partnership with Sealed Air, the official Bubble Wrap brand. Bubble Wrap: Pop A Palooza is a fun game with fundamentals which resemble the old “Whack A Mole” carnival game but replaces the mole with fun activities and gameplay…

What is Advancing Computer Science?

Advancing-Computer-Science Degree

Advancing Computer Science (ACS) is the scientific and practical approach to computer science and building software systems. ACS studies the development of building software applications and efficient algorithms that access, process and store information. ACS Professor James Gordon said, “Computer Science is the planning, developing, building and maintaining of software systems, which could include a mobile app, a desktop app, a database app or a fully developed website.” Professor Gordon teaches ACS students emerging programming languages across a variety of platforms including open source and enterprise languages such as: Python, C++, C# and Java. It’s important to give students as…

Sensordrone: Smartphone Tricorder

This awesome kickstarter wants to add a suite of sensors to your Smartphone, taking it one step closer to a tricorder! The Sensordrone made by Sensorcon is “The 6th Sense of Your Smartphone and Beyond!” The Sensordrone allows you to run hundreds of new, previously impossible Apps. Includes several new sensors and bluetooth to make your smartphone smarter. SUCCESS! This project was backed 1,025 backers pledged $170,017 of their pledged of $25,000 goal to help bring this project to life. Link to this post!Related PostsBranch Prediction UAT Continues Support of STEM Initiative, As Host of CodeDay Phoenix for 2nd Consecutive…

NSA’s Cooperative Education Program

Deadline = May 15 for College freshman and sophomores studying computer science or engineering can submit their applications at www.NSA.gov/Careers, Job ID #1017273. Cooperative Education Program Cooperative Education students gain valuable experience while playing a meaningful role in the development of our nation’s secure communications or in the production of foreign intelligence. Programs are available for students majoring in Computer Science and Electrical or Computer Engineering. Right from the start, you will be involved in real life projects and will have full use of NSA labs, equipment and advanced technologies. These areas will offer you increasing challenges and satisfying learning…