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.
St. Petersburg College recently redesigned the exam for their Basic Computer & Information Literacy course (CGS 1070). The new exam, which was launched May 18, evaluates a student’s knowledge of Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel using a hands-on approach, instead of strictly using a multiple choice format. In the new format, students complete step-by-step graded projects … Continue reading Basic Computer and Information Literacy exam redesigned
Click on the link to an article that discusses an initiative for a four-year degree for $10,000 that features Dr. Sharon Setterlind, Dean of the College of Computer & Information Technology Department and Jesse Coraggio, of Academic and Student Affairs, from St. Petersburg College.
Ever since a young age, Alex Sharpe has had a fascination with technology. Her sister was a programmer and this greatly influenced her as well. Sharpe’s first computer was a Commodore 64. She has always had a knack for technology and would be the go-to person for help in her family. She is currently in … Continue reading Alex Sharpe Successfully Completes University of Toronto Online Course via Coursera
Contributing Writer Nathan Heinze One of the exciting developments in the continued evolution of the CCIT BAS degree, is the introduction of a new sub-plan focusing on business analytics. The field is growing rapidly, and a recent study of IT needs in the Tampa region revealed that local companies have an increasing need for business … Continue reading Business Analytics and the CCIT BAS
Contributing writer Picking a Programming Language to Study Students often ask me which programming language they should focus on for their careers. It’s an interesting question with no easy answer. My first response is often, “It depends,” because there are so many options. The Web Students who want to focus on the Web can concentrate … Continue reading Brad Yourth gives an in-depth look at programming languages
William Prast developed a fondness for engineering at a very early age. His father was a renowned electrical engineer whom Prast said, had the “uncanny ability to explain engineering in a way that makes you fall in love with the lifestyle.” This made an indelible impression upon Prast and thus motivated him to work for … Continue reading William Prast discusses his passion for IT Security
The College of Computer & Information Technology is now offering two new courses this fall. These courses are part of the new Technology Management A.S. degree. CGS 1301, Introduction to Information Systems, is being offered the second eight weeks online. CGS 2631, Collaborative Technologies is also being offered the second eight weeks. The prerequisite for both … Continue reading The College of Computer & Information Technology adds two new courses to Curriculum
At the conclusion of the spring 2012 term, the College of Technology & Management is pleased to announce that all 43 students who applied for graduation, graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Technology Management. Congratulations to all of you for a job well done!