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When friends and family ask me what I'm up to, they are blown away by where I've been and what I've done. None of that would've been possible without the professors, administration, TAs and even peers that are willing to put in the time and effort to help any student at CCIS.
The CCIS gave me more than just an education. The faculty and advisors worked hands-on with me to build a rewarding career and foster a deep passion. The CCIS was able to focus my ambition and energy into material success and incredible experiences, both on and off co-op.
I came into Northeastern with no programming experience; worried I would be leagues behind everyone else. Fundamentals of Computer Science I whipped me into shape; establishing solid code design habits that I still rely upon every time I program.

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  • The recent news that hackers accessed celebri­ties’ cloud accounts and released their inti­mate photos online has prompted many to ques­tion the secu­rity of sen­si­tive data stored on people’s own smart­phones and in the cloud. Here, Wil Robertson, an assis­tant pro­fessor who holds joint appoint­ments in the Col­lege of Com­puter and Infor­ma­tion Sci­ence and the Depart­ment […]

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