Villanova Department of Computing Sciences

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CAVE

Please save Thursday, October 2, 2014 on your calendar for the Grand Opening of Villanova's CAVE Facility in Falvey Memorial Library.The campus event is planned to start at 2:00 pm and will be held in the Falvey Hall Lobby (formerly known as Old Falvey and Viewing Room 4), and will include tours of the CAVE through the afternoon. More...

Wednesday, October 01, 2014

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This presentation is part of our department colloquium series. Everyone is invited to attend.

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Grand Opening of Villanova's CAVE Facility

CSC Special Event: Grand Opening of CAVE

Date: 2014/10/2 14:0
Location: Falvey Hall Lobby (formerly Old Falvey and Viewing Room 4)

The argument could successfully be made that this special event is part of our department colloquium series. That's our story, anyway, and we're sticking to it. Everyone is invited to attend.

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CS Department Site Image Edward J. McLaughlin III originally enrolled at Villanova University within the college of Commerce and Finance. Halfway through his freshman year, he discovered that he had a strong interest in Computer Science. After speaking briefly over the phone with Dr. Beck, he immediately decided to enroll within the program. Throughout his tenure within the department of Computer Science, he took several courses that not only exposed him to the many facets of computing, but they also gave him the opportunity to choose his direction professionally. Originally, he was a consultant working with Oracle Database systems, but after having the opportunity to build custom web based applications, he focused on complete web based application solutions. Throughout the past 14 years, he has worked as a software engineer designing applications from the database level up through to the client level. He has worked for private corporations and Fortune 50 companies such as Walgreens. Today, after developing applications for so many years, he is now a Principal Solution Architect for Comcast in Center City, Philadelphia. He is responsible for not only designing responsive client facing applications (web and mobile based), but for guiding development teams as a mentor and guide to ensure efficient and robust applications.

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