SLS/CS SPRING 2013

CS 385 SPECIAL LECTURE SERIES IN COMPUTER SCIENCE             

Mondays or Wednesdays, 6:30pm - 7:30pm
Harney Science Center 235:  The Kudlick Classroom


 Wed.,
Jan 23
Carol Smith, Program Manager of Google Summer of Code (GSoC)
     "What is Google Summer of Code?"      
 Wed.,
Jan 30
Josh Powell, co-author of the upcoming book: 
Single Page Web Applications:  JavaScript End to End
     "Single Page Web Apps"
 Mon.,   Feb 4
 Mike Mikowski, UI architect and product designer and co author of the Manning book, Single Page Web Applications
     "JavaScript for large scale Single Page Web Apps"

 Mon.,   Feb 11
 The Computer Science Department Tutoring Center   
     "The CS Tutoring Center Hosts a Github Workshop"
Wed.,    Feb 20
 Philip Heller, Bioinformatics PhD Candidate at U.C. Santa Cruz  
     "Diel expression signals of the marine microbes that keep our planet       alive"
Wed.,    Feb 27  Chester Wisniewski Senior Security Advisor at Sophos Canada  

    "The Money Behind the Malware:  How Hackers Become Millionaire"


Wed.,    Mar 6 

Dr. Matt Terry,  Scientific Researcher at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory   

   "The Python Ecosystem for Scientific Computing"

Wed.,    Mar 20  

Dr. Gautam Singaraju,  Senior Research Software Engineer at Electronic Arts

    "Cloud Computing and Hadoop"

Mon.,    Mar 25

Josh Berkus  CEO of PostgreSQL Experts Inc. 

   "Relational vs. Non-Relational: What kind of database do you need?"

 

Wed.,
Apr 3

Amanda Canyon, Full Stack Engineer at Apartment List

   "Ruby on Rails-The Rails Ecosystem and Rapid Web Development"

Mon.,
Apr 8
 David "Rez" Graham  Lead AI Programmer aElectronic Arts

   "Artificial Intelligence in Computer Games"


Wed.,
Apr 17

Simeon Franklin

"Pro-Django - tips, tricks and dash of Python magic"


Wed.,
April 24
Dr. Juan Lang, Software Engineer for security at Google and
Dr Francis Hsu,  Security Paranoid at Yahoo!  

Mon.,
Apr 29
Erik Evensen, Director, Computatinal Sciences, at Nodality 
     "Fighting Cancer with Python"
Wed.,
May 8
Masters Projects




  
                              
                                                                                
                                



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