Studying for the IT 101 final and realizing you don’t remember what a VLOOKUP Function is? Do you need help understanding what style to use to make your web page blue? Are your 3D references in excel coming out 2D? Then this review session may be for you! Three sessions will be held on Monday, […]
Near the end of last semester, I received an email from Professor Heikki Topi, my CS 350 professor at that time, about the intention to start a student-run organization on campus to represent the small but vibrant community of students here at Bentley preparing for careers in information systems. Upon reading this email, I thought […]
To the Bentley Community, We are seeking students interested in being part of the Excel Video Project. Students would film themselves talking about how they use Excel. Do you use it for school, work, activities, etc.? What do you like about Excel? Be creative and be yourself! The clips will be used for an educational […]
On Saturday April 6, we had our annual Accepted Students Day. Parents and prospective students took a tour of the Sandbox and learned all about our cool technologies like our SmartBoard, XBox, and touch-screen PCs. Our projects including an Android To-DO List App, a side-scroller game built in Construct 2, and all sorts of different […]
CIS Sandbox hosted an event on Wednesday, April 3 about iOS Application development by Tim Miller, a graduate student at Bentley. Tim’s session covered topics like how to develop iOS applications, what courses are available for learning how to develop these applications, how iOS application development fairs compared to Android application development. Tim provided a […]
Thanks to everyone who visited the CISSandbox for open house for accepted students today. Here’s the map showing where many of our visitors traveled from in order to spend the day at Bentley.
Did you know that you can help cure diseases just by letting your computer run while you do other things? Folding@home is a program that lets you make use of your computer’s unused cycles (like when you’re browsing Facebook) to perform protein folding computations that help researchers understand diseases better. By using your idle computer […]
Would you like a paid summer internship & a $2,500 scholarship for Fall 2013? Rabbit is looking for the hottest new social-marketing all-star, tech entrepreneur, growth hacker, social media junkie, creative guru…you name it, to come work with the Rabbit team in their offices in San Francisco. From March 25th to April 15th, participants will […]