Learn about what is going on with the CS department, and find out more about our new department chair!! Professors Buhler and Chamberlain will be giving us the scoop on what is going on, administration-wise and what changes we can expect to see in the coming semesters. And there will be free Noodles and Co and cookies!
This event will be held at 5:30 this Monday, in Millstone Lounge, which is between McMillan and Bryan, and can be accessed from the 4th floor of Bryan.
Lean how to use Linux, an operating system for cool people.
Use a bash prompt, create accounts, and manage file access.
What: Linux Event
When: Thursday 4/18, 7pm-9pm
Where: Linux Lab – 4th Floor Lopata
Learn linux so you aren’t confused when you learn how to do cool computer stuff
Having trouble picking class for next semester? Don’t know what to take? The ACM invites you to join us for our semiannual Course Registration Discussion this Thursday April 11th at 8:30pm, on the 5th floor of Lopata. Join us for some free food, drinks, and a discussion led by older Computer Science and Computer Engineering students that will help you decide which courses to pick.
WHAT: Course Registration Discussion
WHO: Any Computer Science/Computer Engineering student looking for help picking classes.
WHEN: This Thursday, April 11th, at 8:30pm
WHERE: 5th floor of Lopata outside of the ACM lounge and the old M&M Lab
WHY: Get free food and come talk with your awesome ACM
Hope to see you there!
Here’s an REU Opportunity at St. Louis University.
Do you guys want to learn how to build a computer? We’ve just got all of our brand new computer parts and we’re ready to build/repair our computers.
What: Build computers, and decorate the ACM lounge
Where: ACM Lounge
When: Wednesday, March 27 from 9-10:30pm
I got a message from Adam LaMore, WU class of 2009. He’s currently a development manager at Agilis Systems LLC, a small software company based in Chesterfield, MO.
Agilis Systems is searching for a Java developer to join our small, core development team as we enhance our growing suite of cloud-based mobile and web applications.
This position involves performing the following tasks:
- Designing and implementing new features for our cloud-based software services
- Building mobile applications for Android and iOS
- Integrating our apps with third party software such as Google Maps
- Working with our customer support team to identify and resolve reported issues
The ideal candidate will have most of the following characteristics:
- B.S. in Computer Science or equivalent required (M.S. preferred)
- Significant Java experience (experience with other languages and environments is a major plus as evidence of a strong development background)
- Willingness and enthusiasm to learn new skills and techniques as required
- Able to work independently on standalone projects or as part of a small team
- SQL experience (database administration experience is a plus)
- Familiarity with Unix/Linux (administration experience is a plus)
- Android or iOS development experience is a strong plus
- Experience with any of the following technologies/tools is a plus: Hibernate, Spring, Ext JS, Google Maps, Apache, Tomcat
Salary will be commensurate with experience. The position is located in Chesterfield, MO (St. Louis area).
While this is a full-time position that we are looking to fill as soon as possible, we will consider candidates graduating in May 2013. If such a candidate is hired, we would encourage (but not require) them to begin working immediately on a part-time basis, converting to full-time after graduation.
If interested, please send your resume to:
Agilis Systems LLC
(314) 732-4925 ex. 108
Level 1: Learn to exploit computers — No Computer Experience Needed
Level 2: Hacker Capture the Flag
Level 3: Learn how to stop hackers
Where: Urbauer 218
When: Saturday, 2pm – 5pm 3/23/13
We take over the multi-million dollar ONL lab so we can use professional grade exploit deployment frameworks like metasploit, active scanners like nmap, and passive scanners like p0f.
Learn how to hack these operating systems: Windows XP, Windows 7, Solaris
Gaining unauthorized access to computer systems is illegal, so don't do anything stupid/illegal!
The ACM will be hosting a special Code and Cookies session this Friday! We will be investigating the fascinating methods of Computational Backtracking. Don’t miss out on the warm cookies and cold milk from Dough to Door!
When: Friday, March 1, 7:00 PM
Where: Lopata 401 Computer Lab
Come and get stuff while it’s still there!
Come see the talk on Friday, 11am, in Lopata 101, by Alexis Battle, a faculty candidate for the Computer Science department. The talks called:
Unraveling the genetics of disease using structured probabilistic models