Homecoming: the longest, craziest, loudest, Scotty-est week UCR can possibly put together. An incredible amount of respect goes out to ASPB for planning what has to be the most tumultuous 5 days of the year.
ASPB: they rock.
So let’s recap:
Our men’s basketball team suffered a heartbreaking loss on Saturday, Feb. 9 at the hands of visiting CSUF. The stands overflowed with students hoping for a chance to get on TV and cheer on our team (free pizza sweetened the deal as well).
The smell of grilled burgers and the sound of plenty of Highlander chatter filled the air during UCR’s first ever Tartan Tailgate. The event was held on Saturday, Jan. 19 before our men’s basketball team battled UCI. The turnout was overwhelmed with excited undergrads, and everyone from Greek fraternities to Hylander Hype was present to enjoy the festivities.
Source. Scotty has been hitting the gym, obviously.
Real Time Operating System. Dynamic Task Scheduling. Microcontrollers. Embedded Systems. Finite State Machines. Memory Management.
CS122A must be the most terrifying, enlightening, staggering, wondrous, time-consuming, intriguing class in the entire UCR campus. Or something close. The class is called “Intermediate/Advanced Embedded System Design” which is a fancy way of saying “How Computers Work: An Inside Out Approach”. I mean that quite literally; the course topics delve farther and deeper into computer design than most computer scientists would like. However, the course is - in my own opinion - probably the most relevant and important work in the Computer Science & Engineering program. Not only is it taught by a stellar instructor, but it addresses modern concerns and technologies.