“I’ve got to be honest about some unfortunate news: I’m probably not going to hire you.”
Many college graduates are realizing the extent of this statement. Knowing Microsoft Office won’t cut it anymore. So what is the secret? In a job market such as now, what does it take to get hired? Kirk . . . » Read More
Last year at this time, the Euler Science Complex was just a big empty building. This year it is filled with students getting ready for finals and finishing up semester projects which prompt us to take a quick look back at the year in review.
Students arrived in the fall wide-eyed in the warm . . . » Read More
Over J-Term this year, ten of our computer science students boarded the MV Logos Hope, a German Christian charitable ship. Spending time at sea as well as in port at Hong Kong, the students helped rebuild a new intranet system for the ship.
Here’s the official news release from the ship:
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During fall break this year, a time typically spent by Taylor students for a healthy combination of relaxation and homework, a bunch of computer science & engineering students as well as a few professors gathered for a Saturday night of fun at Dr White’s house. We were originally expecting a bonfire with s’mores and . . . » Read More
Back when the Taylor University Computer Science and Engineering Department was located in the Nussbaum basement, it was belovedly known as “The Dungeon” due to the lack of windows and simple aesthetics. Whenever any student was about to go to get some work done, they would always say something along the lines of, “I’m . . . » Read More