Posted on March 5, 2014 at 1:15 AM
As a CS Major, you don't want to stick to one language; the logical thinking is what matters."
Hey Everyone! Welcome back to another exciting newsletter.
Today we had an encore visit from HighJump Software! Rachel and Reena led a great discussion on HighJump Software's business (warehouse management solutions) as well as the software development lifecycle, and some great job searching tips. To make a great speaking event even greater, HighJump Software catered some delicious Toppers Pizza and gave away free stress balls and chap stick!
If you'd like to learn more about HighJump Software, feel free to contact Rachel!
With the increasing popularity of the CS Club Room (OSS 429), we decided to write up some new rules. A draft of the rules were handed out today, and a revised version will be emailed out later this week. To retain your card access (or to get card access in the future) you must read through and sign the agreement. Breaking one of these rules may lead to the revocation of your card access.
If you have any concerns with the new policies, feel free to discuss them with Professor Jarvis, Amanda, or me.
Next Tuesday, Mary Cardinal - a UST Alumni - will be coming in and talking about her experience in the industry and her current position at Wells Fargo as a Technology Manager.
March 11th, OSS 313 12-1pm
This Next Tuesday, the Selim Center will be holding an event called, Minnesota as a "Digital State." Dr. Thomas Misa will be discussing the history of the computing industry and how the Nation's first Computer Industry was born in a St. Paul radiator shop!
March 11th, O'Shaughnessy Educational Center Auditorium 7-8:30pm