Tuesday, March 23 | 6:30 p.m.
Are you considering a career in computing or engineering technology?
In honor of Women’s History Month, we invite you to attend
an interactive session to network with successful women who
are leaders in these typically male dominated fields. We will dispel
the myths you may have heard and empower you to envision
your professional self in a technical field.
For more information and to register, visit:
2021 Cybersecurity Case Study Student Competition
Feb 9 – May 10, 2021.
Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU)
REU 2021: June 1 - August 6 (Due to the pandemic, the program may run virtually for all or part of this time.)
Application deadline: February 12, 2021
Farmingdale State College Computer Systems Students and Alumni link
GitHub is an important platform for managing software projects and for supporting collaborative development. GitHub is an excellent place for you to showcase your talent to prospective employers!
Many well-known projects are available as open-source repositories on GitHub. Going through recent and past commits and documentation can be a great way to learn how to code and how to communicate effectively with other developers.
GitHub allows you to create either public or private repositories to host a lot of your projects - enabling other people to contribute and further it.
Likewise, you can perform pull requests on other people's projects in order to do anything from small spelling error updates to introducing large new features.
As a student of Farmingdale, you have access to excellent materials such as 'LinkedIn Learning'.
You just need to use your Farmingdale.edu email to access these educational resources.
Please check this short course on Git and GitHub available here (you can also access it from the left-side menu).
Please take the time to explore it and use it in your coursework as recommended (if any) by your instructor.