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Microsoft Appathon

Jeremy Foster from Microsoft will host an all day Microsoft Appathon. No prior experience in apps or software is required. Just bring your Windows or Mac laptop. Everything will be provided (including food). See poster for more details! April 6, … (Read More) Microsoft Appathon

Life as a Software Developer: Industry Panel Discussion

ITC CS Extras ENGR 103 7th March, 6:00pm to 7:30pm Join us 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 … (Read More) Life as a Software Developer: Industry Panel Discussion

Boise Code Camp

Idaho Technology by Amit Jain: Boise Code Camp poised to make an impact in tech community A critical part of building a vibrant technology community is providing opportunities for professionals to engage, learn and collaborate. Because the computer science industry … (Read More) Boise Code Camp

KVKit: A Simple, Powerful, ORM and Key-Value Store

CS Colloquium Lee Barney ENGR 314 9:00am-10:00am, 8th March  AbstractCreated specifically for Android, KVKit is a free, open source, Object Relational Mapping (ORM) library that also allows key-value store functionality when you don’t need full database functionality. This class will show … (Read More) KVKit: A Simple, Powerful, ORM and Key-Value Store

Web Security

CS Seminar Conrad Kennington Kount (subsidiary of Keynetics Inc) MEC 307 1st March, 2013 12:00pm – 1:00pm Abstract: Cross-site scripting, session hijacking, and SQL injection attacks are all common vulnerabilities on websites, but are easy to avoid. Learn how to prevent … (Read More) Web Security

High Availability Without High Headaches

CS Seminar Jared Cheney, Paul Kreiner, Brandon Zehm TSheets MEC 307 8th March, 2013 12:00pm – 1:00pm Abstract: We will discuss the architecture and design decisions made in building and scaling a SaaS web application with the goal of 100% … (Read More) High Availability Without High Headaches

The Web Request (or, There and Back Again)

CS Seminar Gordon McNutt Cradlepoint MEC 307 15th March, 2013 12:00pm – 1:00pm Abstract: Follow a web request from inception at the browser, through the perils of a typical modern web application stack, into the database, and back again. Supplements … (Read More) The Web Request (or, There and Back Again)

Progressions in the Mobile Industry

CS Seminar Dave Carter Director of Engineering Mobile Data Force MEC 307 22nd March, 2013 12:00pm – 1:00pm Abstract: Dave will be discussing the experience of working in the fast paced mobile industry over the last four years.  The discussion … (Read More) Progressions in the Mobile Industry

Designing asynchronous web applications

CS Colloquium Tim Ramey R&D Manager Whitecloud Analytics MEC 309 12:00pm – 1:00pm, 22nd Feb., 2013 Abstract: This is not your father’s web anymore.  Users demand quick page access, pages that update parts on demand without a full page refresh, … (Read More) Designing asynchronous web applications

Reducing Complexity

Computer Science Seminar James Price, Phil Armstrong, Rachael Moore, Andrew Killen Clearwater Analytics MEC 307 Friday February 1st, 2013 12:00pm – 12:50pm We will discuss scaling out a client-server application and moving away from JBoss application server, JMS, etc to … (Read More) Reducing Complexity