SPC’s iLab has been working with 3D printing technologies since 2014, and is putting that technology to work saving the college money.
Prepare to launch or advance your technology career and network with local employers at the upcoming Fall Tech Career Summit at St. Petersburg College.
Interested in joining St. Petersburg College’s Robotics Club? Clubs are one way the College of Computer & Information Technology (CCIT) strives to stimulate student interest in information technology. One professor who is piloting a Robotics Club is CCIT Professor Adrian Tillman. Tillman has been with the college since fall 2011. Previously a lead software engineer … Continue reading Robotics Club generates interest for SPC technology students
Now that the holiday season has come and gone, I know many of you have holiday cash that’s burning a hole in your pocket. Wait a minute. Before you go out and buy that new pair of Air Yeezy sneakers, how about making an investment in yourself first? If you plan on becoming a professional … Continue reading Top tools for becoming a professional developer
Software Development is just one of the many career fields in high demand today. With many colleges in the area, students often ask how they can distinguish themselves from other candidates, especially when they lack real-world job experience. Professor Adrian Tillman of the College of Computer & Information Technology department (CCIT) at St. Petersburg College … Continue reading GITHUB
According to Alec Fyfe, Systems Analyst Intern for the AIS department at St Petersburg College (SPC), NETLAB+ is an Internet-based lab for instructor-led training developed by the NDG (Network Development Group, Inc.). Through the use of an Internet browser, NETLAB+ provides a gateway to course content located on servers within the EpiCenter campus at SPC. … Continue reading Alec Fyfe discusses NETLAB+ and its role in the SPC community
When Professor Brad Yourth announced to his Java Programming students that there was going to be a Google Summer of Code contest (GSC), Programming student Shelly Copeland jumped at the opportunity. She created a concept for Android in just a few days. Though she did not win the contest, Yourth said that her work and … Continue reading Shelly Copeland Creates App for Google Summer of Code Contest
In the fall of 2011, Professor Brad Yourth introduced a computer club to his students on the Clearwater campus. This club is modeled after the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) club which was originally formed in 1947 when computers were called machines. Though much time has passed since its beginning, the ACM club strives for … Continue reading Brad Yourth introduces computer club to SPC students
Teaching is not the only responsibility of Matthew Bodie. He also is the Information Services Librarian on the Tarpon Springs campus of St. Petersburg College. In addition to teaching LIS 1002 Electronic Research Strategies for College Students and LIS 2004 Introduction to Internet as a Research Tool, Bodie teaches CGS 1070 Basic Computer … Continue reading The added responsibilities of adjuncts at St. Petersburg College