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Hello, I am taking my second Java course this semester CSC-251 (advanced Java). I took introduction to computer programming last summer. With three programming courses under my belt will I be able to find a job out there in the real world? For a little background information about myself. I am a 52 year old electrical contractor and has experienced a shrinkage of business in the last 4 - years. Ideally, I would like to find computer programming work that will allow me to incorporate my knowledge of the electrical industry with the programming industry. Right now I would like …

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Hey everybody.I am going into the second year of a Computer Science degree that I am paying for out of pocket, so can only attend part-time. I have taken a Javascript class, basic web development (HTML, CSS, JS), and will take Visual Basic and a hardware class in the fall. I also have some real world web development and design experience.Chances are that I will have to take a hiatus from school for a couple of years after earning my associates. (I am attending a community college due to cost, but hope to be able to afford state 4-year college …

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Hi, I am currently in 2nd Year MCA(Masters of comp. application). I want to become an information security expert. Ethical Hacking has been a favorite subject for me since my beginning days in computers. My current knowledge base is: 1>Languages:C/C++/Java/Python, Assembly(both AT&T and Intel x86) 2>Networking:Only basics(both theory & programming).(from Stevens book). 3>O.S.: GNU/Linux, Free BSD, Windows.(know how to operate and configure them, although still struggling in kernel part.) Also I have knowledge about some interior subjects like system calls, making exploits(shell coding etc.),some tools like nmap, metaspoilt, debugger, etc. Now it seems as I have it a wall(well metaphorically) …

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Make a project, consisting of 3 modules: student.cpp, course.cpp and register.cpp. Write source and header file for a program that registers students for courses. Design a class student that stores the name of the student, the id number and array (vector) of all course numbers for which the student is resisted. Design a class course that stores the course number, and array (vector) of the id numbers of all students who are registered for this course. In the register.cpp implement functions that add and drop students and print course lists. I got this far somebody help me with the rest …

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