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To determine how many new cases are transmitted in each setting, the models require data on how people interact, who interacts enough that transmission is possible, and how many cases already exist. This data is sparse in West Africa, as is the … Her …
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The Beauty and Joy of Computing

UC Berkeley Lecturer SOE Dan Garcia talks about distributed computing. Notes are available. This video was taped during our Fall 2010 AP CS : Principles Pilot semester.

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by Lamsus Crusoe

Question by Anonymous: I have to take a course on Computer Science at another college before the fall but which course do I take?
Just to begin. I know absolutely nothing about programming but the same applied to my cousins who are 2nd/4th year computer science majors. So I’m thinking it’s worth a shot. I have to take a computer science course so I can have basic knowledge before I actually enter college. However, the college I will be attending in the fall is quite far so I have to take a intro comp sci course at a college closer to my home. Now I’m confused on which course to take.

The first one is called “Internet Computing w/ Distributed Computing”
Here’s the course description. “Fundamental concepts of Internet computing and component – based software engineering. Web application architecture. HTTP protocol. Presentations tier techniques: servlets and JavaServer Pages. Application server technique: Enterprise JavaBeans. Introduction to Web services for J2EE.”

The second one is called Windows System Programming
“This course provides an introductory overview of system programming in the Windows environment, mainly focusing on system-level programming based on OS services and other APIs. Topics include system calls, file I/O, files and directories, memory management, process control, inter-process communication (IPC), and socket-based network programming. Coursework includes programming assignments and a final exam.”

Which one should I take?
Thanks.

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Answer by j s
take the one you like? simple as that, two different ones and you choose what one sounds more intressting to you
i would choose hte first one, internet computing

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The Beauty and Joy of Computing Professor Dan Garcia Link to lecture notes: inst.eecs.berkeley.edu
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Question by Anonymous: I have to take a course on Computer Science at another college before the fall but which course do I take?
Just to begin. I know absolutely nothing about programming but the same applied to my cousins who are 2nd/4th year computer science majors. So I’m thinking it’s worth a shot. I have to take a computer science course so I can have basic knowledge before I actually enter college. However, the college I will be attending in the fall is quite far so I have to take a intro comp sci course at a college closer to my home. Now I’m confused on which course to take.

The first one is called “Internet Computing w/ Distributed Computing”
Here’s the course description. “Fundamental concepts of Internet computing and component – based software engineering. Web application architecture. HTTP protocol. Presentations tier techniques: servlets and JavaServer Pages. Application server technique: Enterprise JavaBeans. Introduction to Web services for J2EE.”

The second one is called Windows System Programming
“This course provides an introductory overview of system programming in the Windows environment, mainly focusing on system-level programming based on OS services and other APIs. Topics include system calls, file I/O, files and directories, memory management, process control, inter-process communication (IPC), and socket-based network programming. Coursework includes programming assignments and a final exam.”

Which one should I take?
Thanks.

Best answer:

Answer by PE2008
First question is whether you really want to study Computer Science, or whether one of the following would be a better fit:
Computer Engineering
Software Engineering
Computer Engineering Technology
Software Engineering Technology
Information Technology/Systems

Looks like the two course you describe are closer to Information Technology.

You might get a head start on Computer Science by taking a course that lets you get good early at C/C+ programming. However, be aware Computer Science is very math-intensive, so you may want to take advanced math courses first.

If you’re headed for Computer Engineering, consider a course in Matlab.

If you take Computer Science, make sure the school’s degree is CAC/ABET-accredited.

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Mercury Computer Systems Wins Contract to Deliver Application-Ready Subsystems
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The Best Way To Get Hadoop Is Getting Better
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The Beauty and Joy of Computing

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Question by No Chance Without Jesus: Is the mind like a computer….?
capable of parsing data, executing programing and working off a preprogramed code? Incapable of performing outside the box of its parameters?

Not to age myself, but when I was in high school we used to be able to play with the main frame computers at the Stanford University Computer lab through a teletype terminal. This was fascinating early age of computers stuff, and you could play games and make programs but you had to know exactly what to tell the computer to get it to perform. You had to type in lines of code perfectly and if you made any mistakes it would spit out the message,

“Entry error: does not compute”

Well over the intervening decades computers have become easier to use, but no less frustrating, anything presented to them beyond their capabilities or parameters just gets spits out and things crash

Is this what happens when the mind alone is presented with God? I will be the first to admit that on a simple logic level, God does not really make sense. But humans and the human experience is so much more than just logic.

Even our brains are designed with only one half that concerns itself with logic.

There is another part to the human being where beauty, music, art, love, fear, hate, happiness and all the wonderful irrational, illogical things that make us human take place. This is the human heart, the human soul. Which is much grander and more able to handle the complex issues of human life. This is where God must be apprehended, this is the gateway that must be opened to receive God.

Trying to make God pass through the narrow parameters of the human brain is like trying to to program a computer using the musical score from phantom of the opera. The computer wants 0’s and 1’s and you ar trying to feed it quarter notes and treble clefts

“error entry, does not compute.”

Oh sure you can translate those notes into a compiled language the computer could understand, and with the right program it could even spit it back out as music……but in the end it has no comprehension of it, it’s all 0’s and 1’s to the computer.

So is it any wonder then when someone is so bound to only the limited ranges of the human mind, they would not be able to comprehend God and spit out “error, does not compute”?

Open your hearts people! The world, the universe, ….YOU are much bigger than you give yourself credit for, there is a loving God waiting at the door to bring you into a better place, if you will only free yourself from the narrow confines human mind.

Take a break from the 0,s and 1’s and dive into the big old chocolate sundae that is the human experience of the heart….and in doing so, you might find that God actually does “compute”

(Yes I know this could be classified as a rant, Yes, I know this could be reported. It was just on my heart to say, so I said it. I hope it helps someone before it gets deleted)

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