CSE 100 Lecture 2 notes
CSE 100 Lecture 2 notes CSE 100
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CSE 100 Lecture 2 Crowe Horwath LLP Crowe Horwath LLP ● Graduated in 2014 Crowe Locations ● Fix problems financial problems, software problems. ● 3,000 professionals coast to coast. ● Developers around Chicago have offices in India, England, France, Canada. ● Larger firm globally. ● Firm belief in working wherever you want you can work from home, even Antarctica if you have the internet connection. Clientele + Best features ● We strive for nothing less than a trusted relationship in which every client feels valued. ● Talking to clients, working on software very specialized. ● Ranked among the best places to work number 7 for recent college graduates and women. ● Minority and lgbt support groups are available sourcing a diverse talent practice. ● Green initiatives, managing a virtual environment, no cubicles very open. Internships ● Crowes national summer leadership program. ● program benefits future internships, full time positions. ● To be considered email@example.com all paid for by the company. ● Crowe internship program. Offered in the spring and the summer averaging 1012 weeks. ● A week of training and then work on what the regular employees do. No getting coffee networking, deadlines and professionalism. Applied technology practices ● 1 man projects to 25 member teams. ● Free flow coding to repeatable processes. ● Code reviews with an atmosphere of collaboration in the corporate environment. ● Lunch and learns topics ranging from app security to new languages. ● What does mean for a CSE student? ○ Constant professional development. ○ Wide range of project and team experience. ○ Exposure to new technologies. Creative developers ● Science + art = free range to solve an issue how you want to. Morning schedule ● Coffee! ● Stand up meeting with the team. ● Project development. ● Administrative upkeep. Afternoon schedule ● Meeting with performance manager. ● Requirements gathering, project planning. ● New team member training. ● Implementation research. Industry trends we’ve observed ● IDE ● .net C# ● Web > Desktop. MVC ● Software architecture pattern for implementing user interfaces on computers. Angular js ● Structural framework for dynamic web apps java framework that you use with html. CTRAC ● Tax tracking for non profits colleges like Harvard, the YMCA, etc. ● Organizations can see what they need to update, users etc. ● User never directly interacts with data. Computer Science ● Math based stuff ● Research ● Web applications ● Mobile apps ● IDES ● Platforms Internships aren’t the only meaningful experiences ● WIC involvement, Google Summer of code, MSU hackathon. ● Github Presence ● Database Systems (CSE 480) ● Learn how to handle deadlines on your own show you can be responsible / trusted ● Research opportunities chat up the professor to see if you can be a research assistant. Advice ● Any one class doesn’t define CSE. ● Be aware of your ‘blind spots’ what aren’t you good at ○ Web ○ Mobile ○ Desktops ● Build on what you don’t know. For more information contact Zulhaj Choudhury Technical consultant/ software developer. Crowe Horwath LLP
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