Computer Science
  • My Two Cents: Freed-Hardeman and Computer Science

    Jul 29, 2016
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  • Internship at 8th Day Software

    Dec 10, 2015

    Over the course of the summer of 2015 and the Fall 2015 semester, I had the opportunity of working with 8th Day Software in Henderson, TN. I worked with a group of hardworking and dedicated individuals who I am now able to call my good friends.

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  • Senior Reflections: A Look Back at the Computer Science Program

    May 15, 2015

    Looking back at my time attending Freed-Hardeman University, I've observed that my experience, like so many others', was a battle of opposites. My first days on campus feel as though they were so long ago, and yet so recent. Many times I felt like a kid, but I was acutely aware of my becoming an adult

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  • Mobile Development Internship

    May 14, 2015

    During the Spring 2015 semester, I had the opportunity to do an internship in the IT department of Freed-Hardeman University. I was able to do something that has always intrigued me: iOS development.The application that I was a part of developing was will be used to support various events (e.g. Horizons or Lectureship) hosted by Freed-Hardeman.

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  • Spring Internship at Younger Associates

    May 06, 2015

    Throughout the spring semester, I had the privilege of working as an intern at Younger Associates (YA) in Jackson, Tennessee. YA is a market research and marketing agency that develops websites as part of an integrated communications strategy for clients all over the U.S.

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  • SDX

    Oct 09, 2014

    SDX (Summer Development eXperience) was an amazing two week experience I was a part of this summer. The goal of this experience was to finish the DocuSim web app on web-based patient assessment form for nursing students use in their simulated labs.

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  • Childish Things are Good

    Sep 13, 2013

    Remember Legos? They are one of the early toys children enjoy in their play.

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  • Super Mario Pi

    Jul 29, 2013

    I like pi, who doesn’t? Pi, the number that gives us circles. Pie, a delicious dessert that comes in many different flavors. Pi, a pocket sized computer with capacity for hours of entertainment. This last kind of pi, Raspberry Pi, is one of things we were lucky to work with this year in Operating Systems (CIS 460).

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  • Flipping Computer Networks

    Apr 03, 2013

    This semester in Computer Networks (CIS 345) we are flipping the class. In practical terms this means we listen to lectures that have been recorded before coming to class and use class time for discussion and hands on activity. While this may put more responsibility on us as the students, we get a lot more out of it.

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  • What Books CS Majors Should Read

    Feb 11, 2013

    Each spring, graduating computer science majors FHU take Advanced Topics in Computer Science (CIS 491), a course that serves as the capstone course of their undergraduate program. The main component of this course is a significant, real-world development project.

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