The Next Twenty-Five Years in Computer Science
Interhack Founder Matthew Curtin will speak at the next Franklin University Tech Connect event about the future of computer science. He will show students and community members how to stay relevant in a world where information technology is ever-changing.
This Tech Connect event will celebrate the 25th anniversary of Franklin University's Computer and Information Sciences Program. It will be held on Monday January 26, 2009 from 5:30PM to 7:30PM in the Ross Auditorium on Franklin University's main campus downtown at 201 S. Grant Avenue. The event is open to the public. Read Franklin's news release for more information and to RSVP.
The rapid pace of Information Technology has become an article of faith for many. While we are surrounded by new products and new versions of products, all of these rest upon common foundations established decades earlier. A firm grasp of computer science theory can make the difference between a frustrating career spent always attempting to catch up and one where "new" things can be quickly and properly classified and assimilated. A successful career as an information technologist has required a solid background in computer science. In the next twenty-five years, this foundation will require the ability to make that science relevant—without watering it down.
Based in Columbus, Ohio, Interhack Corporation is a professional services firm with clients all over North America. Founded in 1997 by a team of information security researchers, Interhack accepted the mission to make global computing and communications infrastructures worthy of trust. Interhack's two practice areas, Information Assurance and Forensic Computing, support that mission. The company is a supporting member of The Usenix Association. Additional information about Interhack is available at web.interhack.com.