Santa Barbara City College sent 14 Students to Grace Hopper Celebration – Anita Borg Institute 2016 in Houston, Texas. The SBCC group at the conference (from left to right) includes Breanna Minnick, Clio Ramirez, Jessica Martinez, Simrik Manandhar, Celina Lazaro, Madeline London, Selah Argent, Sarah Rich, Karina Portugal, Jackie Kuehn, Bronwen Moore, Olivia Mora, Theresa […]
Professor Dr. Dean Nevins becomes the Chair of the Computer Science Department and Computer Science Lab Coordinator succeeding the previous Chair, Assistant Professor Stephen Strenn who was Chair and Lab Coordinator since June 2013. Dr. Nevins assumes the helm starting June 1st, 2016. Congratulations Dean!
As you might have noticed, the CS Department has renamed and renumbered several core courses. It’s part of an effort to improve the organization of our courses and better align with University transfer models and course identification systems. New Old CS104 – Introduction to Programming CS105 – Theory and Practice I CS135 – Programming Fundamentals […]
Assistant Professor Stephen Strenn becomes the Chair of the Computer Science Department and Computer Science Lab Coordinator succeeding the previous Chair, Associate Professor Jackie Kuehn who was Chair and Lab Coordinator since June 2011. Mr. Strenn assumes the helm starting June 1st, 2013. Congratulations Stephen!
Congratulations to Santa Barbara City College’s two programming teams, SBCC Alpha and SBCC One. The two teams completed in the 2011 Southern California Regionals for the International Collegiate Programming Competition (ICPC) Saturday November 12th held at Riverside Community College. SBCC Alpha won honors as the Top Scoring Two Year College in the competition. The team, […]
The ICPC is a great opportunity for students to test their programming skills and compete with like-minded peers. This year’s contest is being held on 11/12. Please contact Stephen Strenn at firstname.lastname@example.org by 10/27. Meet in H-245 at 11:30 on 10/28.
CS students can now sign up to use Microsoft DreamSpark using their pipeline account. To get access to a lot of different Microsoft tools and technologies go to the DreamSpark website and sign up for an account using your SBCC pipeline email. You then sign in to the site.