Are you smarter than an 8th grader? Better check. Ventura County Schools seek computer scientists and other engineers to judge projects at the 56th annual Ventura County Science Fair, April 14, 2010.
Wednesday, 10 March 2010: Carlyn Maw, a co-founder of CrashSpace, a Los Angeles Hackerspace, formerly an instructor and graduate of NYU ITP, presents an introduction to Physical Computing. Location: Richter Auditorium, Cal Lutheran University, Thousand Oaks (6:30-8:30pm) Physical Computing is a hands-on multidisciplinary approach to interaction design and systems engineering. It is neither electrical engineering… Read more
When product tester David Newman recently compared 10-gigabit data center switches from six leading vendors, he found that “switching” and “data center switching” are two very different things. This 9 February 2010 ComSoc talk highlights the differences and the new IEEE mechanisms to converge data and storage networks.
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