By Lucy Manole
Mobile technology has changed our lives forever. Smartphones have become such an essential part of our daily lives that most people can’t imagine life without one. According to a report by Bankmycell, over 6.64 billion smartphone users worldwide today — that’s more than 83% of the global population owning a…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
 You’ve just signed up for a technical conference. But maybe now you’re feeling a little lost, confused, or even concerned about what to expect and how to make the most of your experience. Fortunately, whether you’ve signed up for a local conference or an international event like the IEEE World…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
The road to becoming a researcher in any computing discipline has definable points, but what about the journey between each of those points? The IEEE Computer Society team recently came across a researcher on LinkedIn named Hyung-Kwon Ko, who gave a snapshot into the challenges he worked through as a…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
As augmented reality, AI, the Metaverse, blockchain, and Web3 technologies emerge, computer sciences will only continue growing in importance. For computer science students and graduates, computer science is the 19th most popular college degree in 2019, making up an estimated 2.06 million employees in the workforce. With a 22% projected annual…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
For newer professionals, industry events and conferences are a way to broaden your professional network, hone new skills, learn more about your industry, and gain valuable experience. As in-person events begin to return post-pandemic, computing professionals might be exposed to both technical and industry conferences in the early stages of…
By Gaurav Belani
Effective communication is essential for boosting team productivity and skyrocketing business growth. It helps members of every team to perfectly sync with each other for sharing ideas, exchanging information, discussing strategies, and solving customer problems — all of which are essential for growing a business. The good thing is that…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
There are many reasons to apply for a computer science internship. A top reason is that the right internship will look good on your resume and be more attractive to potential employers. But while any internship can boost your resume, not all internships are created equal. When choosing an internship…
By Yauhen Zaremba
Today’s businesses need to do plenty of different things to function properly. These range from knowing the latest email marketing terms to offering a quality product or service. In the realm of software, that means extensive testing and a proper record of the testing process. Formal QA documentation can make…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
DOWNLOAD CAREER GUIDE If you hold a college degree in computer science, congratulations! You’ve earned a degree in one of the most challenging educational fields. Computer science was the 19th most popular college degree in 2019, making up an estimated 2.06 million employees in the workforce.   A Promising Career…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
Modern artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning may not be the same technology we see in the latest sci-fi movies, but it still has significantly changed our lives. It is responsible for the recommendations we get on shopping sites and streaming services, personal digital assistants, self-driving cars, and more. If…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
The Diversity and Inclusion Task Force presents Excellence in STEM, with Dr. Manuel A. Pérez Quiñones is a Professor of Software and Information Systems at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and an NSF Expert for the CISE division. Though he is not a first-generation college student, Dr. Quiñones…
By Shannon Flynn
Are you close to earning your computer science degree, but still trying to determine which programming languages you should learn? Learning a language or a couple of the languages leading companies use in their operations could land you an entry-level position or transition to a new organization. With so many…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
The Diversity and Inclusion Task Force presents Excellence in STEM, with Dr. Nelly Bencomo, Associate Professor at Durham University. In this interview, Dr. Bencomo shares working through cultural misunderstandings and offers advice on always being optimistic.
By IEEE Computer Society Team
The Diversity and Inclusion Task Force presents Excellence in STEM, with Dr. Dan Garcia, Teaching Professor in EECS at UC Berkeley Dr. Garcia is a champion of changing the educational paradigm of “fixed time, variable learning” to “fixed learning, variable time.” In this way, the bar for quality is not…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
The Diversity and Inclusion Task Force presents Excellence in STEM, with Dr. Patricia Ordóñez Franco, Associate Professor, Department of Information System at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. Dr. Ordóñez Franco exemplifies the perfect balance of knowledge and passion. In this interview, she shares her experience as a Latina in…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
The Diversity and Inclusion Task Force presents Excellence in STEM, with Nery Antonio Chapetón-Lamas, instructional faculty in Computer Science at MiraCosta Community College in Oceanside, California. Professor Chapetón-Lamas shares how connecting with Latinx colleagues outside of STEM helped him become a better computer scientist, faculty, and person. Keep reading to…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
The Diversity and Inclusion Task Force presents Excellence in STEM, with Brianna Posadas, Assistant Professor in the School of Plant and Environmental Sciences at Virginia Tech. Dr. Posadas shares how her upbringing inspired her career path and work ethic. Keep reading to learn more about Dr. Posadas being the first…
By Jenny Han
It’s not every day that new programming languages arise. Most of the time, we talk about a set group of languages that every programmer knows and that everyone acknowledges as being the standard. However, there are additions along the way, and it is important for you to remember not to…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
The Diversity and Inclusion Task Force presents Excellence in STEM, with Juan Machado, IT Associate Director of Infrastructure and Security at the University of Georgia. In this interview, Juan shares his experience overcoming doubts and mistrust of his credentials in the United States as a computing professional educated in Colombia.…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
The Diversity and Inclusion Task Force presents Excellence in STEM, with Sebastian Echeverria, Senior Software Engineer at Carnegie Mellon University. In this interview, Sebastian shares what attracted him to software engineering. He also offers advice for those who aren’t native English speakers and feel afraid of making a mistake while…
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