Topics include basic diagnosis of computer issues, virus removal, networking, security etc. We will be primarily looking at the Windows Operating System, with some references to Linux, OSX, and mobile systems. There will be an overview of the IT field, skills required, current issues, and how to work with IT personnel in a work environment.
Every Undergraduate enrolled in the Computer Science program at UMass Lowell must complete a two semester project sequence. Completing the requirement, however, is not as simple as registering for a normal course. Each project sequence has a set of pre-requisites that must be fulfilled, meaning that students set on completing a particular sequence should plan their semesters accordingly.
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Cyber Aces presents a virtual career fair that will allow attendees to directly connect with employers about cybersecurity job and internship opportunities in an online format over two days this summer.
We'll talk about what exactly ACM is, and the benefits of becoming a member. Events for the semester will be publicly announced and we'll toss around ideas for things we can do during our general meetings.
We have some very special events coming up this semester, don't miss out!
Sponsored by Google, Inc., this workshop will review basics for creating a great resume. The workshop will be conducted by Melissa James, Technical Student Engagement, from Google, Inc., and is geared towards students majoring in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Mathematics, Information Technology, Computer Engineering and all related majors.
Lowell Makes is a new facility in Lowell that provides member access to tools, space, machinery and other resources in order to create and invent. As part of their grand opening, they are holding a 24-hr hackathon. In the 24 hour time period you need to make something - anything - that does something. That's right - creative freedom. It can be hardware, software, whatever.
Mike Begonis, our current ACM Treasurer, will direct a tutorial on how to use the Visual Studio IDE in order to write C++ code. Mike is an undergraduate Computer Science student, who also Co-ops at Tel Nexx Systems in Billerica, MA. He has a lot of experience in object oriented programming and IDE use.
We only had two people sign up for Tonight's Nintendo Tournament. But, instead of cancelling, we've decide to change things a bit. Stop by the ACM Office (Olsen 225) for nintendo, pizza, and to help with the family day display.
We'll start at 4pm and keep going until folks want to go home.
FREE event... though your help on the display would be much appreciated.