I've been studying computer science and computer programming for years now in high school. I've been accepted to universities that offer two different kinds of degrees. One is Computer Science and one is Software Engineering. I could go either way for which degree I get, I was just wondering if someone could give me the big differences between the two and which, in their opinion, is better. This will help me decide which degree would better suit me. I heard that computer science involves more math while software engineering involves more business applications. Thanks!

Member Avatar
Member Avatar
+0 forum 9

I saw this segment and I wasn't sure if I was excited or scared... but my feelings were urging more towards fear. I just do not know if it's a good idea to start microchipping people for better intelligence. Especially our children. Are we slowly turning ourselves in robots? As computer geeks with a pulse on modern technology, I wanted to hear your opinion on the way future is heading. Thoughts? Here is video:[Click Here](http://bit.ly/17lz3LO)

Member Avatar
Member Avatar
+0 forum 11

Im currently a student having degree in Computer Science. I had learn Java, C language, SQL, asp.net, javascript and html. In my course structure, I had learn AI, algorithm analysis, database system, object-oriented programming practices and etc. Im interest in forensic things and I want my final year project is about this field. Any suggestion for me to develop a system/application ? What type of system/application i can develop ? Many thanks for those who will reply on my threads =)

Member Avatar
Member Avatar
+0 forum 6

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 …

Member Avatar
Member Avatar
+0 forum 9

I am stuck on trying to figure out a few questions. The questions are listed below. 1: Given the data below, design IA-32 instructions to find the octal string for X and save it in Y. .data X word 200 Y byte 6 dup (' ') 2: Given the data below, design IA-32 instructions to calculate the Greatest Common Divisor of numbers in X and save it in Y. .data X dword -12000, 30000 Y dword ? 3: Given the same data below, design IA-32 instructions to replace the first occurrence of string Y in string X with string Z. …

Member Avatar
Member Avatar
+0 forum 1

Hi there, I've always been wondering what's the best way to model a one-to-many relation between two Java classes and save them into a DB. For example, Imagine we have two classes Person and Address where a person might have more than one address, we know that the best way to model this in a relational DB, would be to have two tables [B][I]Person(personID,Name)[/I][/B] and [B][I]Address(addressID,personID,city,country, addrType)[/I][/B] So we save as many addresses as we want and associate them with the person ID. I want to implement this in objects, for example have a person1 as an instance of a …

Member Avatar
Member Avatar
+0 forum 6

Howdy! I've searched the forums and Google for ideas but all the information/advice I found was either not helpful or inaccurate. So, perhaps someone here can help point me in the right direction. I'm heading off to University next year but, before I do that, I'd like to study some of the math subjects I will encounter beforehand, e.g. discrete mathematics and set theory. I have no trouble learning and always give my best effort in everything I do. However, my current understanding of mathematics remains at an introductory-intermediate level of Algebra (no Calc or Trig, as is the case …

Member Avatar
Member Avatar
+1 forum 9

Basically i'm looking at doing a computer science degree then going on to work in the IT industry. I was wondering what the best languages to know are as i really cannot be bothered learning loads. Trying to limit it to maybe 3 or 4 with a decent knowledge of each. Put simply i'm asking "What are the most common and effective languages used in industry?" Thanks for your replies

Member Avatar
Member Avatar
+0 forum 27

So basically i've been thinking really about the different programming languages as i have been looking at computer science courses at university. A lot of the courses use java as their main programming language. It got me thinking, is Java the future of programming and if so why? I am aware that it can be a slow programming language which is why some programmers choose not to use it, so why are so many computer science courses (who are training the IT professionals of tomorrow) teaching it? All comments welcome. Just trying to get an idea of peoples views towards …

Member Avatar
Member Avatar
+0 forum 5

Hey you guys I have a question about binary representation. I was given two signed binary (SB) number and Im suppose to determine which has the largest magnitude. I get the problem and I dont want any help on it but Im not sure how to[U] read[/U] this binary information. This is the actual question from the text: "Which of the following two signed binary (SB) number has a larger magnitude? Assume the numbers are given in radix complement (RC) form. 1110 1110 & 0001 0011" This is the first time I encounter a binary sequence that has a space …

Member Avatar
Member Avatar
+0 forum 3

Hi All, I am doing a project on a Video Library Management System for my final year Computer Science project and I've run into acouple of errors. Could anyone out there help me out...???? Please, I'm desperate...! Thanks.

Member Avatar
Member Avatar
+0 forum 11

The End.