Tagged: Information Systems

A Warrior’s Path to Geekdom

When people look at me today they don’t see a warrior.  People are mistaken when they look at someone and believe they know who that person is.  It’s a mistake people make every day.  Continue reading

The Analyst Role in the Software Development Process

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“Wait, you actually helped develop the software?” My wife asked curiously, and without accusation.  Continue reading

E-R Diagramming: Doctoral Tracking Database (Part 2)

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The 2016 Summer Term at SUNY Empire State College is coming to a close, and I’m working feverishly to reign in the loose ends of my Database Systems study.  Once settled I look forward to moving on to my final term this Fall. Continue reading

Summer 2016: Database Systems

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This summer is an exciting season of my life at SUNY Empire State College (ESC).  As a senior at ESC my days as an undergrad are coming to a close, and as a non-traditional student my experience during this transition differs greatly from that of my traditional counterparts. Continue reading

Post Term Thoughts: My Study of Data Structures and Algorithms

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I can’t explain how happy I am, having received the final outcome of my Data Structures and Algorithms (DS&A) course.  It’s deeply satisfying to achieve goals, especially when the adversity you face seems overwhelming.  Thankfully I haven’t been cursed with having too much quit in my personality! Continue reading

Post Term Thoughts: My Study of Cyber Crime and Computer Forensics

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I’m pleased to say that I’ve recently wrapped up my study of Cyber Crime and Computer Forensics with SUNY Empire State College.  It was a rewarding experience.  I entered this study with the intention of forming connections between my former studies in criminal justice, my technical knowledge, and a budding interest in information security.  I’m satisfied that my expectations were met in these areas.  The time I spent in this study was both enlightening and revealing. Continue reading

The GUI Happily Hoodwinked the Computing Culture

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…and we love it for it.

I admire anyone that masters the art of working off the command line.  It’s a talent that I’ve unfortunately let slip by the wayside. Continue reading