20 years ago CCI UNC Charlotte’s College of Computing and informatics was established, separate from engineering and mathematics. With foresight and an enduring commitment to innovation, Information Security became one of CCI’s earliest academic concentrations, at a time long before Cybersecurity entered the public lexicon. From its humble birth in a small classroom at the
Quantum computers are on the horizon, and they’ve been stuck there for quite some time. All the theoretical advantages they promise over classical computers, like speeding up drug development, helping to manufacture room temperature superconductors, and cracking encryption remain just that: theoretical. However, a leaked paper from Google claims that for the first time a
We are already about to complete 2018 many of you have heard of Serverless. ,what is serverless computing, serverless architecture but is the serverless, really server-less? We were developing our website and mobile applications in traditional servers based architecture. where we used to setup complete environment and install all the necessary components Api setup etc.
[Background noise as people set-up] So as we’re setting up, I just want to thank everyone for coming….Larry, do you want to say a few words? Larry Conrad, our CIO. It’ll take me longer to walk up and back, than to speak, but at any rate, I’ll just take a minute to thank everyone for
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I grew up in a little village. I was a little bit out in the middle of nowhere. I was always into my computers and into my games and electronic and create little inventions and things. I’d been to a few open days at a few different universities, and decided that overall I liked Huddersfield.
I think what made me decide to become a teacher was; kind of my own educational background, going through school unfortunately I didn’t always have the best teachers and I really wanted to be the teacher that I never had, so that was my main inspiration for why I decided I wanted to become a
that the connected University we’re connecting great minds to great opportunities students to industry and you to a future in computing the computing offer at staffs is fantastic we’ve been going since 1965 so we’ve got a fantastic history in relation to computing we cover all areas of computing and we do it in great
[typing sounds] The UK: Early 1980’s Holy crap, things are happening and it’s awesome! Computers like the Sinclair Spectrum and Commodore 64 are leading the way in the home computer revolution and even the BBC is pushing things forward with the BBC Micro by Acorn. Enter businessman Alan Sugar, out of London’s east end. Well