Welcome to "Loyola Computes," a bi-monthly newsletter for the community of students, alumni, faculty, and friends of Loyola's Computer Science graduate programs. In addition to a feature story (this issue highlights the web track) and some comments from the director (see the Director's Database), each issue will include upcoming events of interest, course scheduling information, dates, job openings, and alike. We hope you both enjoy the articles and find the information useful.
As a new endeavor, we would also like to encourage your comments, suggestions, possible story topics, and notes of interest to the community. Please drop us a line any time at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will promptly get back to you.
The Web Track
Interested in web programming?
Loyola's Web Programming track provides an opportunity to learn web implementation by gaining a deep understanding of its foundations and emerging technologies.
The Web track is centered upon Java technologies such as JavaServer pages (JSP) and servlets, but students learn the principles applicable to all web programming and deployment, ASP.NET included.
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In case you are not aware, I took over directing the graduate program this past summer from Dr. Mike Hinchey, who had the opportunity to return home to Ireland, which also placed him much closer to his mother. As with any change in administration, I have signed a number of executive orders. You should start seeing the impact of these soon. An excellent example is greater predictability in course selection. Perhaps the most important is a new addition to our numbers.
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