I am excited to see that a lot of my classes are project based this semester, so that means I get to work on some awesome projects! While it is a little early to talk too much about my plans for this semester, I know a little bit about the kinds of projects I will be doing.
The UAT Commencement is coming up at the end of theis semester (May 5th), and there is a traditional "Tech Moment" at each graduation. I am super happy to be part of the team that built this year's tech moment! Out group decided to make a collaborative mobile game where everyone has to match a resource that the student needs and send it.
After a few semesters of studying Advancing Computer Science here at UAT, I learned that there was more to computers and programming than just knowing languages like C++, Java, or Python. Programmers tend to forget that people will be seeing the end product, and while something can be mechanically successful, it also needs to be designed successfully. I started taking Human-Computer Interaction classes along with my Computer Science classes, and found the two programs to be highly compatible and almost necessary.
Hi all – I have had the great opportunity of becoming more integrated into the UAT community by joining the school not only as a student, but an ambassador! As a way to introduce myself I will talk about my experiences at UAT and what my major even means!
Hey All! I think we have reached an end to the world of digital Painting Programs series! If you have any suggestions on a program I should try or a review you'd like to see just comment below on it!
The Future of Windows
Windows 10 will likely be one of the most exciting parts of late 2015, so to follow up all of my Valve 2015 excitement I figured it would be fun to talk about some of the new features coming to Windows 10 and some of the features that I'd personally love to see.