If you're having problems registering in a class due to not satisfying course pre-requisites, you are reminded that the system now enforces course prerequisites so classes may not be taken out of sequence. If you have completed a course's prerequisites at another University, you must file official transcripts with the University so that these classes are in your record. Finally, you may request a Permit from the advisors (Dr. Johnson for computer engineering, Dr. Monge or Dr. Van Lent for computer science) if you do satisfy the prerequisites but, for some reason, your academic record does not reflect this.
Motivated and skilled web designers and developers needed for exciting new project. Long Beach State Athletics' department of Strength and Conditioning wishes to develop web software to help manage and organize athletes' training programs. The project will be directed by Head Strength and Conditioning Coach, Eric Burkhardt. If you would like to become involved in this exciting project, please contact:
A job opportunity sent to us by a graduate of the MSCS program:
Vital Data Technology is a company based in Irvine that creates software for the healthcare industry. The company would like to hire a student on part time basis (about 20 hours a week) with an experience in C# and .NET.
Projects will include:
Some of the technologies we utilize on daily basis are:
This is a great opportunity for a hard working student with a willingness to learn. This opportunity provides valuable real-world experience. Interested students should contact:
Rubik's cube solution in 26 moves, and counting down. Quote: "A supercomputer has been working without pause to provide conclusive evidence that the cube can be returned to its original state in no more than 26 moves." Full article was printed in The Guardian on Friday August 17th.
***If you have news or events that you would like sent out as part of the CECS Newsletter please feel free to send additions to Dr. C van Lent.
***Thanks to Dr. Monge for providing most of the information for this newsletter.