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  • Lyle CSC 345
    PermutationDemo java Programming Assignment 2 Due September 15 2014 My Solutions BubbleDemo java HeapDemo java Programming Assignment 3 Due September 22 2014 MySolutions Sieve of Eratosthenes Code using an array of booleans Programming Assignment 4 Due September 29 2014 My Solutions Code from section 16 1 LinkedList java ListIterator java ListDemo java Mid Semester Exam Topics From class on October1 Lecture Slides from Dr Pilgrim about Graphs Chapter 30 PDF Source Code TestGraph java Graph java AbstractGraph java UnweightedGraph java TestDFS java TestBFS java Programming Assignment 5 Due October 29 2014 My Solutions Dr Pilgrim s Snakes in a Box Assignment Programming Assignment 6 Due November 7 2014 My Solution SnakeInBox java snakes txt adjacency matrix Chapter 31 PDF Source Code WeightedEdge Java WeightedGraph java TestWeightedGraph java TestShortestPath java TestMinimumSpanningTree java Programming Assignment 7 Due November 14 2014 My Solutions Hamiltonian Path and Knight s Tour Materials Note This zip file contains modified versions of Graph java and AbstractGraph java Travelling Salesman Problem Materials Note This zip file contains modified versions of Graph java AbstractGraph java and WeightedGraph java PlotPoints java RandomPoints java Programming Assignment 8 Due November 24 2014 My Solutions Sample input file points txt Correct output file

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  • Lyle CSC 415
    Programming Languages and Variations MSU Library Guide for Computer Science MSU Library Guide for CSC 415 Some additional information about plagiarism Tutorial at Acadia University You Quote it You Note it MSU Library Bibliography and Plagiarism Resources Tentative Schedule for Fall 2014 as of 10 9 2014 Homework Assignment 1 Due 9 11 2014 Presentation Schedule with links to papers and slides Presentation Evaluation Form Mid Semester Exam Study Guide

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  • Lyle CSC 425
    through 4 so that they will execute proporly on csclab murraystate edu and upload them to folders named ch01 ch02 ch03 and ch04 Be sure to use the database assigned to you BEWARE This server WILL actually send email so be careful Assignment for Monday October 27 Read Chapter 5 of the textbook and complete all of the Test Drive modules Upload your final solution to the csclab murraystate edu server and email me a link when it is ready to be graded Assignment for Monday November 3 Read Chapter 6 of the textbook and complete all of the Test Drive modules Upload your final solution to the csclab murraystate edu server and email me a link when it is ready to be graded Assignment for Wednesday November 5 Read Chapter 7 of the textbook and complete all of the Test Drive modules Upload your final solution to the csclab murraystate edu server and email me a link when it is ready to be graded Assignment for Monday November 10 Read Chapter 7 5 of the textbook and complete all of the Test Drive modules Upload your final solution to the csclab murraystate edu server and email me a link when it is ready to be graded Assignment for Wednesday November 12 Read Chapter 8 of the textbook and complete all of the Test Drive modules Upload your final solution to the csclab murraystate edu server and email me a link when it is ready to be graded Assignment for Monday November 17 Read Chapter 9 of the textbook and complete all of the Test Drive modules Upload your final solution to the csclab murraystate edu server and email me a link when it is ready to be graded Assignment for Wednesday November 19 Read Chapter 10 of the textbook

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  • Lyle CSC 430
    43 pages Assignment for 9 17 Read Chapter 11 69 pages Assignment for 9 19 Read Chapter 12 77 pages Assignment for 9 22 Read Chapter 13 33 pages Assignment for 9 24 Read Chapter 14 19 pages RefCard for Git PDF Version Control Links Resources etc Updated September 24 2014 Clean Code Resources Tentative Reading Schedule for Clean Code book Assignment for 10 8 Foreward Introduction Chapters 1 2 in Clean Code 39 pages Assignment for 10 10 Chapters 3 4 5 in Clean Code 62 pages Assignment for 10 13 Chapters 5 6 7 in Clean Code 38 pages Assignment for 10 15 Chapters 8 9 10 in Clean Code 40 pages Assignment for 10 17 Get caught up on previous reading assignments Assignment for 10 20 Chapters 11 12 13 in Clean Code 40 pages Assignment for 10 22 Chapter 14 in Clean Code 58 pages a lot of it code listings Assignment for 10 24 Chapters 15 16 in Clean Code 34 pages Assignment for 10 27 Chapter 17 in Clean Code 31 pages RefCard for Junit and EasyMock Test Driven Development Resources Updated October 23 2014 Tentative Reading Schedule for Head First Software Development Assignment for 11 7 Intro and Chapters 1 and 2 in Head First Software Development 77 pages Assignment for 11 10 Chapters 3 and 4 in Head First Software Development 80 pages Assignment for 11 12 Chapters 5 and 6 in Head First Software Development 70 pages Assignment for 11 14 Chapters 6 5 and 7 in Head First Software Development 56 pages Assignment for 11 17 Chapter 8 in Head First Software Development 42 pages Assignment for 11 19 Chapters 9 and 10 in Head First Software Development 66 pages Assignment for 11 21 Chapter 11 in Head First Software

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  • Education:
    every day That realization must have come from my math background On every job or project no one person knows everything nor can do everything therefore there is a continual on going education process as the project progresses through its life cycle As a supervisor and manager I had to coach employees as they took on new responsibilities requiring an expansion of their skills and knowledge I gave guidance to find the necessary knowledge to solve the problem and the encouragement to do so I made sure they had the basic skills to get started but wisdom is acquired by applying knowledge to finding or developing solutions to new challenges Another source of knowledge comes from the interchange of information between team members and customers Then if you can articulate your knowledge in order for others to understanding you have surely acquired and can use the knowledge To summarize my philosophy I would take the famous Confucius saying I hear and I forget I see and I remember I do and I understand and add I explain and I know Teaching strategy To help student gain basic skills use lectures occasionally have a guest lecturer give quizzes and many assignments

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  • Wife Marsha Hobbies Driving my 57 Chevy Hunting with Lady Insert picture of Lady Coaching football at Massac County High School Insert picture of team Playing with grandson Jase Insert

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  • Overview:
    strategy to support current PBS business practices with an equivalent functional migration and meet the political objective to be off the legacy platform by the end of 1996 The strategy maintained equivalent functionality while providing a client server environment with On Line Transaction Processing OLTP using PowerBuilder client front ends and enterprise COBOL server applications The end user environment was Microsoft Windows based The Year 2000 solution was implemented The most innovative portion of the solution was building a synchronized data bridge from the legacy mainframe databases to Windows NT SQL databases to provide an open Intranet Information System development environment Wrote Statements of Work SOW and proposals using two separate contracts to receive over 20 0 M of non competitive delivery orders to finance the system migration The migration lead to the purchase of 25M additional hardware for their enterprise giving the PLUS program over 45M of noncompetitive awards The staffing of the project required the creation of a migration factory using three geographically disperse Unisys sites and a strategic subcontractor with a combined staff of 125 resources working together through a Wide Area Network to share common enterprise server resources LAN tools and development environments A key component of the program was the highly successful 10 0 M fixed price task order for a major portion of the migration 5 94 7 95 Manager Business Development McLean VA Provided marketing and technical support to the business units within Unisys Government Systems Group GSG Primary responsibility was to consult with GSG marketing units on the resources technologies and development methodologies required to develop innovative solutions to help broaden their market segments Generated 4 M of services during this period 7 92 4 94 Manager Business Development Virginia Beach VA Developed a strategy to incorporate multiple Unisys resources to pursue an emerging market segment opportunity in the telecommunication industry Managed the analysis design development and implementation of an information platform IP product based on Bellcore standards 1087 and 1325 Tools used included the Unisys READS an automated requirements analysis and tracking tool The CASE tool Software through Pictures was used for design to POSIX standards The software development methodology followed the Unisys Total Quality Process TQP methodology throughout the development cycle This adherence ensured the project supported the Software Engineering Institute SEI based software development improvement initiatives Modular design to facilitate maintainability All code written in ANSI standard C to provide portability The Unix IP system design meets the 99 999 up time require through total redundancy of all features and capability of software to support the loss of components without the loss of data The IP also provides a standard Application Programming Interface API to provide the customer with the option for multiple application developers During two years of management the project from the initial customer visit to initial contract award of 8 8M the staff grew from 5 to over 40 By July 1995 the project became a Unisys corporate program with a development staff over 75 and

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  • On-line Masters
    America TSM admission requirements Assistance form Brochure Core National Model Programs Explanation of campus and online sections International Graduate Students Link to admissions Finances MSU Graduate Information Electives International Master schedule Link to cost calculator International Scholarship form Visiting Grad

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