With the help of the Carl D. Perkins IV federal grant, 37 students from St. Petersburg College’s Cybersecurity Club, TitanSec, were able to participate in the National Cyber League (NCL) 2019 spring season. The students were led by Faculty Advisor and CCIT Academic Chair, Coach Laura Malave, as well as SPC Certification Testing Coordinator, Ms. … Continue reading SPC Cybersecurity Club, TitanSec, participates in National Cyber League (NCL) Spring 2019 Season
The SPC Intercollegiate Programming Team, the Titan Coders took home first place in the Florida Intercollegiate Programming competition on April 6.
SPC’s iLab has been working with 3D printing technologies since 2014, and is putting that technology to work saving the college money.
SPC Adjunct John Just recently volunteered with the Boat Refugee Foundation, providing services to people in a refugee camp in Lesvos, Greece.
Prepare to launch or advance your technology career and network with local employers at the upcoming Fall Tech Career Summit at St. Petersburg College.
With mob programming, one developer drives the computer while a group of developers watch and offer up suggestions and ideas during this real-time development session. Professor Brad Yourth is practicing mob programming in the new CCIT Solstice Lab, located on the SPC Clearwater Campus.
Tampa Bay-New Skills at Work provides a learning experience for students and placed 80 percent of participants who were ready for internships or jobs.
Some lucky SPC computer networking students attended the annual Cisco Live conference this summer including Melissa Zelaya and Lindsay Weber, winners of the IT Management Scholarship for Women in Technology.
“Right behind the research triangle in North Carolina sits Tampa Bay – the second fastest growing in the country,” said Daniel J. Scott, Co-Executive Director of Tampa Bay Tech, at SPC’s 2018 Technology Career Summit. “You can work in any industry that you want here in the greater Tampa Bay Area with your tech degree.”
Tampa Bay New Skills at Work recently hosted a discussion to inform tech students on the value of Meetups. “I am always looking for talent to help with my side hustles,” said Mathew Thomas, Principal Software Architect at Malwarebytes. “Recruiters regularly attend our meetups to look for talent.”