The Welcome Programme 2016 at Christ Church University (CCCU) gave us a delightful opportunity to welcome our new 2016/17 undergraduate students to Computing.
Students were provided with a timetable of stimulating, introductory and fun activities/events to socialise, make friends, and discover what it means to learn at CCCU in Computing. A social gathering welcomed students to meet the team, get to know each other, and get to know their lecturers.
First week (26 – 30 September) of teaching for our new students, and a welcome back to existing students, we hope you are all settling into the swing of things. We would like to provide our new students with a few tips for keeping organised from the beginning of your studies.
So let’s get started …
Once more, another cluster of students will be fleeing into the job market, searching for jobs in the field of Computing and Digital Forensics. Skills they have acquired and knowledge they have gained, will once again, fall under question… here come the interviews. Shivering in their boots, thoughts raised over what questions will be asked, are they worthy enough for such job descriptions and do they know everything and enough to pull through? Continue reading
To kick off the New Year, Canterbury Christ Church University invited Jonathan Haddock, a Network and Security engineer in local government, to join our third-year Networking class. He showed us a glimpse of his world by demonstrating ARP poisoning which is, for those of us not in the know, intercepting and modifying traffic between two hosts. Continue reading