Lane Community College - Computer Programming program quality?

Hello beings, I've been considering enrolling in Lane community college and have some questions for those who have went/go there. There are two aspects I'm curious about, first being specific to the programming degree, and then the college itself.

If anyone has participated in the computer programming AAS degree could you give your opinion about the quality of the coursework in relation to employment preparedness? On top of that, was your experience with the relative faculty positive, and how so? Were there internship prospects?

In a broader sense (and I invite any who have attended Lane, programming or not), what are some pros and cons about the college? i.e. quality of education, advisors, tutoring support, clubs, transportation to/from, etc.

Thank you in advance :)

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Is there a computer program/programming language you can feed videos of newscasts into to measure trends for how often a reporter makes eye contact with the TV screen?

I'm curious if news anchors have a harder time making eye contact when they disagree with what they're reading off the teleprompter, when they feel nervous about the material, etc. I also wonder if party or personal affiliation would be a factor. Is there some kind of program, or maybe a programming language that I could use to automate a scanning process of a person's eyes in videos and store the data? (Hope that makes sense!)

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Looking for a laptop that meets computer programming program requirements (Screen 14"-16", <$2,000, Canada)
  • Total budget and country of purchase: <$2000, Canada

  • Do you prefer a 2 in 1 form factor, good battery life or best specifications for the money? Pick or include any that apply. Best specifications for money

  • How important is weight and thinness to you? Used for school, so lighter weight is preferred

  • Which OS do you require? Windows, Mac, Chrome OS, Linux. Must be compatible with Microsoft Windows 7/8.x but must be "Professional" and common Linux distributions.

  • Do you have a preferred screen size? If indifferent, put N/A. 14" XGA (1024x768), DirectX12 and OpenGL 4.5 (or higher) compatible or better

  • Are you doing any CAD/video editing/photo editing/gaming? List which programs/games you desire to run. Used for a computer programming analyst program, VMs, and gaming (Skyrim, Fallout 4)

  • If you're gaming, do you have certain games you want to play? At what settings and FPS do you want? Skyrim, Fallout 4, but not mandatory. Primarily a computer for computer programming analyst program.

  • Any specific requirements such as good keyboard, reliable build quality, touch-screen, finger-print reader, optical drive or good input devices (keyboard/touchpad)? DVD Multi Dual Layer or external USB Optical Drive (Optional)

  • Leave any finishing thoughts here that you may feel are necessary and beneficial to the discussion. Additional specifications for the course: Processor (CPU): 64 bit Multicore Intelยฎ w/ Intel-VT or 64 bit Multicore AMD with AMD-V support; USB Ports: 2 x USB 3.0 ports (additional USB 2.0 ports optional); Memory (RAM): 16GB Minimum; Internal/External Storage: 750GB or greater HDD with external USB Storage Drive; Network Interface: Ethernet 10/100/1000 Mbps with standard RJ45 jack (Mandatory); Wireless Interface: 802.11b/g/n or better

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Has anybody graduate for a computer programming program at college level?

http://www.georgebrown.ca/t127-2017-2018/

has anybody enrolled in a 3-year diploma program for computer programming like the one above?

How did it go after? Was it easy to land a relevant job?

Would you hire someone with a 3-year diploma?

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Summer Break for Computer Programming program(Winter intake)??

Hello

So Im an international student who just joined the Computer Programmer program in Algonquin College in January.

I wanted to know if we get a summer break, and if we do, other than visiting my home country what else can I do here in Ottawa? Unless the govt. passes the law which says I can start working part time BEFORE the previously required 6 Months of continuous studies in Canada I dont think I can work either.

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How does the Sheridan Computer Programming program compare to the one at Seneca?

This subreddit isn't super active but I thought it'd be worth a try, what's the computer programmer program at Sheridan like as opposed to other colleges and maybe someone in it can tell me a little bit about it.

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70% minimum in Grade 12 Math to be eligible for Computer Programming

I have just learned at a college Iโ€™m applying for to take Computer Programming is that I need to achieve a 70% grade in Grade 12 Math in order to be accepted into taking the Computer Programming program. I do view Math as of the toughest academic high school subjects ever. Although I have watched Mosh Hamedaniโ€™s Python and JavaScript Object Orientated course videos as well as CSS Web Development videos to get a feel for programming, I fear that I may have underestimated the true difficulty level of computer programming even though I have an interest in taking it. How essential does your math skills really have to be for computer programming?

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Sheridan Computer Programming

Hi, I was recently admitted into the computer programming program and I just had some questions. Firstly, how hard are the courses? Like are they math and theory intensive or is it more hands on? Secondly, how do most people do in the program? Are there a lot of people who fail or dropout of this program? And lastly, how has youโ€™re experience been at the Davis campus? I would appreciate it if anyone could please answer some of these questions. Thanks and sorry for asking so many questions.

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Decision paralysis when it comes to deciding a new career path. I was just laid off from my job as a personal banker and want to do something different. Thinking for going back to school to be a teacher or for computer programming. Can I get some advice?

I'm having quite the time deciding where I should put my efforts in regards to a new career path. At 31 I was just laid off due to COVID and at a loss. I was unhappy with my job anyways and looking do something new. Just trying to get some clear, level headed advice on my situation to help me make a more informed decision. Sorry if this ends up being a long read!

I graduated in 2015/2016 with an AS degree for business admin which has been pretty much useless. Sadly, I spent a lot of my college years being indecisive and settling on something just to finish. I already have quite a bit of money sunk into loans so looking for the best route possible that makes sense financially but is also realistic timeframe wise. I know you can change careers at any age but I keep getting discouraged.

Now I'm interested in becoming a teacher or computer programming. With teaching, I would certainly be in for the long haul and have to sink 3-4 years into school as well as a lot of money. Teaching is something I've always had my eye so its definitely something I can see myself doing; however, the cost/time required to do this is off putting. As for programming, I know coding is kind of the "It" career right now but I have a genuine interest when it comes to programming. I have a tech school in my area that has an AS computer programming program which would take about two years and be a lot cheaper on my wallet. However, I do live in the Midwest where we don't have many tech opportunities which means I'll likely have to relocate when it comes to finding a job

My biggest struggle right now is deciding which route I should go and stick with it. I've done enough research to know the pros/cons of both and that I could see myself enjoying both career paths. I have about 20k in savings, have a car payment, and rent so I'll have to keep working while in school. I don't mind taking out more funding to learn but with the loans I have I'm afraid it would be too much. Does anybody have any suggestions on what I should do? Or how I should look at things in a different way to help me get to the decision point? Also, if anybody teaches or is in programming that has advice, that would be great too!

TL;DR: Recently laid off 30 year old trying to make a career change to teaching or programming and is having trouble deciding.

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Online Program Course Content Delivery (Computer Programming)

I recently switched from the on-campus version to the online version of the Computer Programming program and I have been trying to get more specific information regarding how the course material is delivered and tested. Are lecture slides/readings released weekly with assignments or is there simply a total volume of work that is available from the beginning that must be completed before the end of the semester?

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Computer Programming - Barrie vs South Georgian Bay campus

Hey guys..

I'm considering applying for 2 year Computer Programming program(CMPG) in Georgian College and I can see this program is taught in Barrie campus and South Georgian Bay campus. What campus would you recommend to go to please?

Also if there's anyone who has taken this program.. Is it difficult to find a co-op in that area? Or if you think there's a better option to study a 2 year software developer program.. What school and program would you choose? As this program has option to do two co-ops I consider it as a really good option.

Thank you :)

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70 years old u/JimDixon described what it was like when the majority of software engineers were female in response to Smithsonian article "Computer Programming Used To Be Womenโ€™s Work" before computer science became a male-dominated profession reddit.com/r/todayilearneโ€ฆ
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How were Soviet computers programmed? Did the Soviet Union have their own โ€œcommunist programming languagesโ€ and a soviet ASCII? Did they create an alternative โ€œSoviet FORTRAN/C/ASSEMBLYโ€?

This question also applies to communist or countries in the communist block under soviet influence like east Germany. Did they have a โ€œCommunist German FORTRANโ€ was there a common set of communist tech stacks or standards like in the west? Did they have some sort of communist IBM, MSDOS, DOS, APPLE or TCP/IP?

Edit: I read ALGOL was very common in the very early days, but wasnโ€™t Algol, and by extension most documentation, a western thing? How did it enter the Soviet Union?

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Replace math class in schools with a class that seamlessly combines computer science, math, and programming.
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How does my computer differentiate between different programming languages? How does a computer treat different file extensions?

If I write code in a text editor, and save it under a certain file extension, how does my computer know what type of code should be running? How exactly does a computer differentiate between, say, Java code, JS code, CPP code, etc.?

Does it compare the code to a database? Is the computer programmed to know based on the file extension?

Moreover, how do file extensions work? How does my computer recognize file extensions and format the file accordingly?

EDIT: thanks to everyone for the answers! I will read them as soon as I can.

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If I were programming our universe, a computer language with lazy evaluation would be ideal librarything.com/work/210โ€ฆ
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From 27 subs in November 2020 to 500 in February 2021. Good numbers for a computer programming tutorials channel.
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I'm partway through a second Bachelors in Computer Science at WGU, and I'm realizing that I really don't understand programming, and I don't really like it at all. What exactly are my options from here on out?

Hey everyone, hope all is well.

I'm 30 and this is my tenth consecutive year trying to get into the Computer Science field. Long story short, my first Bachelors was a double major in Web Development & Forestry after I couldn't get into the Computer Science program (it was a very good school with strict requirements for the CS major), and nobody really respected the degree I graduated with, not even retail stores. I've been trying to get into CS ever since. I've been rejected from multiple graduate programs (about a dozen), bootcamps (five), and second Bachelors' programs (three), despite trying every year. I've done Codecademy, Treehouse, Pluralsight, the whole nine yards. In between all this, I worked retail a few years, Geek Squad for four years, and spent a year as a Desktop Support contract worker, which I enjoyed greatly, but they wouldn't hire me full time because my degree wasn't relevant to my position.

About a year and a half ago I was accepted into WGU's Computer Science major, I really hit the ground running, and while the first eight or nine classes were very challenging but doable, now I'm getting into the core of the program (the part that focuses on Data Structures, Algorithms, and Software Engineering) and I'm realizing that I really don't want to be doing this kind of stuff for the rest of my life. I don't even want to be doing this for the next two years. I'm trying to follow along with the instructors and keep up, I do the after-hours stuff with the TA's, and it still feels like I'm trying to read a foreign language with no context. I've fallen considerably behind and next semester I'll be on academic probation.

My wife tells me I've been beating a dead horse for years and I think she may be right, but I've poured so much time and energy into this over the past decade I don't know how I would just start something new and not feel like crap about it, after all, this was supposed to be my golden ticket into the middle class.

Now for some positives: I really do enjoy programming in certain contexts, I just don't know if those contexts would ever come up in a job. I like working with SQL and I think I'm pretty good at it. I like writing small scripts to make my personal Excel projects more efficient. I've written a bunch of console applications in Python that make my life easier and shared them with friends. I'm decent with drafting and mapping software. I can do all kinds of cool stuff with Arduino boards. I'm also ITIL certified, f

... keep reading on reddit โžก

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Searching for Programming Laptop for Computer Science Major
  • Total budget (in local currency) and country of purchase. Please do not use USD unless purchasing in the US:
    $2,500USD max but preferably something less than this
  • Are you open to refurbs/used?
    Yes
  • How would you prioritize form factor (ultrabook, 2-in-1, etc.), build quality, performance, and battery life?
    I want something that will last a long time. Performance is important since this will be used for computer science courses and programming. I don't care about aesthetics. Battery life is important.
  • How important is weight and thinness to you?
    It's not important to me, I am open to anything.
  • Do you have a preferred screen size? If indifferent, put N/A.
    N/A
  • Are you doing any CAD/video editing/photo editing/gaming? List which programs/games you desire to run.
    Possibly CAD in the future, but not sure of programs.
  • If you're gaming, do you have certain games you want to play? At what settings and FPS do you want?
    N/A
  • Any specific requirements such as good keyboard, reliable build quality, touch-screen, finger-print reader, optical drive or good input devices (keyboard/touchpad)?
    My university posted these minimum requirements: Windows 10 operating system, Intel Core i5/i7 2.2 GHz or faster, 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD with 100GB free, Must have a Dedicated Graphics Card, 1920x1024 resolution, Ethernet and wifi connectivity.
  • Leave any finishing thoughts here that you may feel are necessary and beneficial to the discussion.
    Thank you for any help you can provide.
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Tell creative students to focus on programming instead of computer science just as you would tell creative students to focus on writing novels instead of linguistics.
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Has anyone done the Computer Programming CSC at John Tyler?

If so, did you get a job just from that? How was it? Was it worth it? Did you do it alongside a boot camp?

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Always played with computers...never actually learned programming. Need help

So about 6 years ago when I was in elementary school I modded my first gta game. Then I started making mods, messing with the script, expanding the map etc. etc. and it was very enjoyable.

In 5th grade I started with a CD full of javascript tutorials, didn't understand a thing, gave up. In 8th-9th I started html, css, js stuff and made websites which was fun. In 10th grade I started Arduino and wanted to learn C++, after the basics I just gave up because I didn't know where I was trying to end up.

In 11th I started learning C# for unity game development, hoping that my initial spark for working with games would come back. Took notes, watched videos, gave up because it just felt too forced and I didn't like game dev using unity.

I also started this java course by some university in Europe and it was really good and recommended by everyone on reddit. Did it for two weeks but then just stopped.

Now I'm a senior in highschool, about to study comp engr. in college next year. I guess I like to study so I can survive classes and whatnot, but I'm not getting the spark for programming.

Should I just start with Python now since it's pretty rewarding? Should I take notes on the basic rules and syntax etc.? Should I work on creating websites/web apps? What should I do? How do I get to the level where I can fluently navigate/understand the code?

I don't know if I love coding tbh. I love computers that's true. I built my first pc in 6th grade or so without any internet or anything (didn't have internet, watched the electrician build another one and just messed with an old computer at home). I like Arduino projects and raspberry pi ones. I guess I need to understand coding to some extent to encorporate these into apps and websites and just write the code for these to work. I don't mind the idea of becoming a developer/programmer in the future but I just don't know how I'll get to the point where I'm fluently reading the code and not just getting lost.

Any help is appreciated. Thanks for reading :)

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1 December 2020 had 27 subs. 95 days laters I'm now on 1 002. Taking computer programming to whole new levels.
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New student here. I'm overwhelmed. I started computer programming and it's my favorite thing ever but I keep getting so into it that I get overstimulated and can't relax. Can someone maybe help with some coping techniques for when you feel overwhelmed at school?

If it matters I'm in my 30s and this is my first attempt at going to school in a long time. I've always been afraid of school because of the social pressure and the strict time management (I can't be places at a certain time well). But the class I took was online and it's like a whole new world has opened up to me. I really love doing this stuff, like it's the coolest thing I've done since I was a kid, but the class is crazy intense and half the class has already dropped out. I absolutely love it but I get so into it that I find myself shaking.

The problem is it's overwhelming. There's so many moving parts sometimes I spin out and feel kind of sick after doing it for too long. But I just want more. I'm really good at it (I think), everything they talk about in class makes sense and I'm getting things faster than I thought I would, but then I'll have an assignment due by a certain time and I panic for no reason. The whole thing despite being great is causing me to get overstimulated often and quickly and I'm not sure how to enjoy it without getting so excited.

I don't know a lot about over-stimulation, but would really just like to hear what everyone on here does when they feel overwhelmed by school. I was hoping I could try a few things and see if anything helps me not feel so all over the place.

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Introduction to Computer Science and Programming in Java

Anyone here took COMS 1004 in the Summer? How hard is the condensed version/ would it be better to wait until the fall?

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SLP & Computer programming

I feel like i hear a lot of people who have transitioned from SLP to programming, or vise versa. Out of curiosity, is there a similarity between the two? I've always wondered if the field of computer science lends itself to people who appreciate language, although natural language is obviously very different from computer language. I'd love to hear your insights & any experience you may have with these two fields!

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Computers are really, really stupid. That's why programming is hard. They won't do anything unless you explicitly tell them to do it.
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TIL of Kay Antonelli. Her official civil service title, as printed on her employment documentation, was "computer". During her work as a computer, she invented the subroutine (a sequence of computer instructions which can be used repeatedly). Today, the subroutine is essential programming for all. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Katโ€ฆ
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Tons of PDF's about computer stuff and programming index-of.es/
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MIT Introduction to Computer Science and Programming Using Python starts on January 27th 2021

MIT's popular Python course is open for enrollment. (learn Python 3.5). Over million people have taken this course, designed to help people with no prior exposure to computer science or programming learn to think computationally and write programs to tackle useful problems. Join for free.
- Credit to a post a year ago who mentioned it when it occured last year, just copied and pasted his tl;dr (https://www.reddit.com/r/learnprogramming/comments/bk9zrc/mits_introduction_to_computer_science_and/)

https://www.edx.org/course/introduction-to-computer-science-and-programming-7

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fucking hell, programming and computer stuff is supposed to be my special field of interest, why the fuck do i know so little about it?????

i'm about to break down

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I'm a first-year Computer Animation Technical Arts student and I really need some advice on Programming.

I'm a first-year Computer Animation Technical Arts student and I really need some advice on Programming. I apologize in advance if I rant a little bit. My course is basically Computer animation and programming(in the context of computer graphics).

Before joining the course I had a very basic understanding of python but otherwise had no programming experience. We learnt C and python in the first semester and made use of C and SDL2 to complete our projects. Now we are using python to create plugins for Maya as our second-semester project.

One thing I have realised over the past six months since I started this course is that the most important part of programming is the ability to use logic to solve a problem. (the syntax can always be learned or even googled).

This is where I'm having issues. I don't know if I'm just stupid but I find it so hard to understand complex problems and sometimes even simple problems and how to solve them. My question is, is there a particular methodology you follow when you want to solve a problem? What resources would you recommend for practicing my logic and problem-solving skills? and how can I balance learning programming and all the other skills im being trained in as well as personal goals and ambitions.

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Computer Programming for IKEA shoppers! idea-instructions.com/
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Is this the first step on how to learn computer programming? reddit.com/r/dankmemes/coโ€ฆ
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</body>Experts in computer programming<body>
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๐Ÿ“ฐ︎ r/ProgrammerHumor
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๐Ÿ‘ค︎ u/rejoxobgh
๐Ÿ“…︎ Jan 29 2021
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What majors would be ideal to become a quant, would it be necessary to get a PHD or would computer programming skills suffice?

Thanks!

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๐Ÿ“ฐ︎ r/quant
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๐Ÿ‘ค︎ u/Left-Accident-1762
๐Ÿ“…︎ Feb 17 2021
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2 year computer programming - online program?

Is anyone currently in the 2 year computer programming program and completing it fully online? What are your thoughts? Thanks!

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๐Ÿ“ฐ︎ r/Algonquin_College
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๐Ÿ‘ค︎ u/PistachioHummus
๐Ÿ“…︎ Sep 22 2019
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What programming/CS classes can a computer engineering major take?

From FYE up until graduation....can I take enough coding/CS classes to learn the software part and oop stuff? Or is it CS major exclusive? What classes should I take first/second year if I want my compE degree to be as software oriented as possible?

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๐Ÿ“ฐ︎ r/Purdue
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๐Ÿ‘ค︎ u/balalala69
๐Ÿ“…︎ Mar 16 2021
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How were Soviet (or eastern communist) computers programmed? Did the Soviet Union have their own โ€œcommunist programming languagesโ€ and a communist ASCII? Did they create an alternative โ€œSoviet FORTRAN/C/ASSEMBLYโ€?

This question also applies to communist or countries in the communist block under soviet influence like east Germany. Did they have a โ€œCommunist German FORTRANโ€ was there a common set of communist tech stacks or standards like in the west? Did they have some sort of communist IBM, MSDOS, DOS, APPLE or TCP/IP?

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๐Ÿ‘ค︎ u/phi_array
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