Naval grant to debloat software
Computer science assistant professor Aravind Prakash received a nearly $800,000 grant from the Office of Naval Research for an ambitious project to help bridge the gaps in computer programs that impact security and performance.
Undergraduate Computer Science majors at Binghamton become effective, versatile coders and software developers using the C, C++, Python and Java programming languages; develop an important foundational understanding of algorithms, computer architecture, and operating systems; and advance to study other cutting-edge topics including machine learning, cybersecurity, cloud computing, data science, mobile computing and more. The Bachelor of Science program in Computer Science is accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://abet.org/.
Our programs are designed for students interested in pursuing research studies or careers in computer science and software engineering. Our curriculum provides students with a solid theoretical and practical foundation.
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Blind since birth, writing code at Amazon since 2013
After receiving his computer science degree at Binghamton University, Michael Forzano '13 interviewed to become a software engineer at Amazon. He walked in the door, revealed to the interviewers that he was blind, and earned himself a job by impressing them with the code he wrote on his laptop.