Business Computer Systems Computer Lab

Computer Information Systems

- Click here Lecture Series Presentations for archived presentations

October 2017

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Developers Guild
AT 311 
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Developers Guild 
AT 311
1:30 – 4:00 pm

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"Design at scale: How to do things when the task absolutely cannot fit on one machine, or even a few machines."

 

4:30pm to 6:00pm

- ATC Main Lab -

Mike Gainer
Senior Developer from Google

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Developers Guild 
AT 311
1:30 – 4:00 pm

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"Spotlight on Data and Data Oriented Jobs"

 

8:00pm to 9:00pm

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Luda Shuster

Senior Business Systems Analyst

First San Francisco Partners

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Developers Guild 
AT 311
1:30 – 4:00 pm

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 Developers Guild

AT 311 
1:30 – 4:00 pm

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"What does a Software Architect actually do for a living, why can't that job be outsourced, and why does she make more money than a developer?"

 

8:00pm to 9:00pm

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Ron Kleinman

Faculty De Anza College and Chief Technical Officer Schools

Interoperability Framework Association

 

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Developers Guild

AT 311 
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Developers Guild

AT 311 
1:30 – 4:00 pm

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AT 311 
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De Anza CIS Volunteer Teaching Assistant Program

 

CIS Tutor ProgramThe De Anza CIS Volunteer TA Program is a program that is operated by volunteers that either come from Industry or are active students enrolled at De Anza College who wish to give back to the community and further their skills in the area of Computer Science. Volunteers are selected through a stringent process that identifies qualifying persons who meet the needs of the CIS Department.  For more information regarding the CIS Tutor Program, please contact Mary Pape, CIS Department Coordinator.

 

Microsoft Imagine Program

Microsoft DreamSparkThe Microsoft Dreamspark Program provides software to students actively enrolled in specific CIS classes including C, C++, Visual Basic, and Project Management to mention a few.  This software is free to download providing the student has been issued an account on the system. For more information regarding which classes are eligible for the program, please visit our list of eligible classes.  For instructions on how to access your account, please check out our site access and download instructions.  For more information regarding the Microsoft Dreamspark Program, please contact Bachlan Nguyen, Business/Computer Systems Lab Coordinator.

 

 

 
Developers Guild AT 311


Computer
Information Systems

Building: F5
Contact: Mary Pape
Office: F51i
Phone: 408.864.8877

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Last Updated: 9/16/17