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CS Seminar – NoSQL approach in SQL databases

James Price, Director of Product Development at Clearwater Analytics, will give a talk this Friday, September 19th, at Noon in ENGR 103. Pizza and drinks will be provided! All students are welcome to attend. Seminars like this will be held every Friday for the rest … (Read More) CS Seminar – NoSQL approach in SQL databases

Boise Code Camp 2014

WHEN: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, April 5 WHERE: Boise State University Student Union Building MORE INFORMATION: www.boisecodecamp.org Organizers are preparing for their largest Boise Code Camp ever, with 750 software professionals, students and interested members of the public … (Read More) Boise Code Camp 2014

Software Engineering Research : What’s old is made new and promising connections and directions

Matthew B. Dwyer Henson Professor and Acting Department Chair ESQuaReD Lab Dept. of CSE University of Nebraska December 16, 2013 from 1 pm to 2pm, MEC 301. Matthew B. Dwyer is the Henson Professor of Software Engineering and the Interim … (Read More) Software Engineering Research : What’s old is made new and promising connections and directions

CS department hosts Sage International School for Hour of Code event

The Computer Science department hosted around 300 students in 6th-9th grades at Sage International School from 12/9/2013 to 12/12/2013 for The Hour of Code event, which was an opportunity for every student to try computer science for one hour. During … (Read More) CS department hosts Sage International School for Hour of Code event

AppInventor Workshop at Meridian Renaissance High School

Three Computer Science faculty (Jyh-haw Yeh, Tim Andersen, Amit Jain) and one Education faculty (Louis Nadelson) organized an AppInventor workshop in collaboration with Sara Wright (a teacher) at Meridian Renaissance High school on 14th November. Thirty students from six different … (Read More) AppInventor Workshop at Meridian Renaissance High School

ITC CS Extras – Industry Panel Discussion

Join us October 7th for a panel discussion with Boise software developers and tech business owners from different backgrounds talking about their work environments, their teams, and the kinds of software they develop. We will also talk about industry directions, … (Read More) ITC CS Extras – Industry Panel Discussion

Fall Kount event for BSU CS students, 10/17

Kount looks forward to hosting BSU Computer Science students on Thursday, October 17th at 4:30pm. We’re neighbors to BSU – just an easy walk or bike on the greenbelt to 917 S Lusk Street.  We also have plenty of visitor … (Read More) Fall Kount event for BSU CS students, 10/17

Coding is Cool: A Nuts & Bolts Introduction to Computer Science

June 13-14, 2013, 8:30am-4:30pm This two-day workshop introduced computer science and coding to high school students and high school teachers who are interested in learning  about computer science. The workshop included a special session for the teachers to prepare them with … (Read More) Coding is Cool: A Nuts & Bolts Introduction to Computer Science

develop.idaho 2013

develop.idaho is the only event of its kind in the state.  This half day, industry led event was created to connect software developers, designers, entrepreneurs and students with Idaho’s brightest software leaders and special guests.  “Find Your Platform” is the … (Read More) develop.idaho 2013

What I do and Why You Care

Computer Science Colloquium George Shan Lyons Senior Software Engineer, AKQA 2:00pm – 3:00pm 12th April, 2013 ENGR 314 Abstract: The field of web software engineering provides a unique balance of intellectually engaging problems with tangibly gratifying work in a cutting … (Read More) What I do and Why You Care