Friday, April 26th, 2013
Subject: Nmap Project Seeking Talented Programmers for Google Summer of Code
To: Nmap Project Announcements <email@example.com>
Hi Folks. I’m happy to announce that the Nmap Project has again been
accepted into the Google Summer of Code program. This innovative and
extraordinarily generous program provides $5,000 stipends to college and
graduate students who spend the summer improving Nmap! They gain valuable
experience, get paid, strengthen their résumés, and write code for millions
Previous SoC students helped create the Nmap Scripting Engine, Zenmap GUI,
and the handy Ncat and Nping utilities. Several of them became top
developers! We’re hoping for the same this year, but we need your help to
get the word out! If you know any college/grad students (or are one) who
might be interested, please point them to our project ideas page:
Feel free to post this to any lists or forums that talented students might
read. It also helps if you can retweet/share/like our social networking
Applications are accepted until next Friday (May 3) at 19:00 UTC (Noon
Pacific Time). The program itself runs June 17 through September 23.
Google has more information at http://www.google-melange.com/
PS: This list has changed from firstname.lastname@example.org into
email@example.com since we mostly use it for big announcements. For Nmap
development discussions, join the Nmap dev list at
Sent through the announce mailing list
Archived at http://seclists.org/nmap-hackers/
Wednesday, April 24th, 2013
If you are interested email firstname.lastname@example.org
I have a connection with a corporate recruiter from Bechtel– they are looking for recent information assurance/ security graduates to fill Networking and Security positions with the company. She asked me if I have any friends or classmates who may be interested, so can you put this on the IA blog? Anyone interested can email her at email@example.com.
Monday, April 22nd, 2013
As promised, I’m still looking for more students this Summer 1 term (May/June) to take IA 212. If you are an IA major or just have an interest in Linux , now would be a great time to take this class. It meets just after COSC 146 and if you take both classes together, I can really make the material relate to each other. I can also get you out of class much earlier than 8:15pm. Do your COSC 146 homwork on a Linux machine (provided by me and accessible via internet) and you have half of IA 212 already covered.
BUT…..Summer 1 starts soon, so you should register now. Feel free to contact me with any questions.
Saturday, April 20th, 2013
The Computer Engineering Program has invited our IA Students interested in taking the UAV Class. See attached.
CRN#: 54597, ELEC-279: Unmanned Vehicle Systems, TR 3:30 – 6:30pm
Syllabus ELEC 279-Summer 2013
Saturday, April 20th, 2013
Blazent would like to hire two individuals by May. Please apply if you have the proper resources.
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Thank you for forwarding this information to your colleagues at EMU. We have two positions open at Blazent for college graduates.
The first attached brochure has a job description for each position. The second attachment describes life at Blazent. We have a great working environment and we like to highlight it to our candidates. The third attachment describes our primary product offering.
Below is a link to our website that will be useful to prospective candidates.
Please keep me posted regarding interested candidates. We’re actively interviewing and would like as many qualified candidates as possible. Our goal is to have both positions filled and people starting at Blazent by mid May.
Joel Gruenberg, PMP
Senior Principal Consultant, Blazent
43155 Main Street, Suite 2200A, Novi, MI 48375
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Sunday, April 14th, 2013
There was an error in the Summer A schedule and Dr. Sverdlik is working very hard to meet the needs of all of the students by offering IA 212 and COSC 146 on the same day. Please review your schedules and if you need these classes please consider taking them this Summer A or (Spring) session.
As most of you know by now, the schedule has been revised in the past few days. I know how frustrating this can be .
I am the instructor for IA 212 as well as COSC 146. I am writing to you to consider the idea of enrolling in both of these courses this Spring.
COSC 146 will meet TTh afternoons and IA 212 meets TTh early evenings. These *are* related courses that are required by your major; taking them concurrently is a good idea since they complement each other.
COSC 146 is learning how to program in perl.
IA 212 is learning how to use and manage a linux system. The learning part could be accomplished by you doing your COSC 146 homework on a linux system. I can provide you an account on a linux system that is accessible via the internet. So learning how to edit/run/backup/manage your perl programs on the linux box gets you half way thru IA 212.
Also , if there is enough demand, I could keep lecturing right thru the end of COSC 146 and probably get you out of class by 6:30 or 7pm. No promise here, but it seems perfectly possible.
Feel free to contact me if you have any questions.
William Sverdlik Ph.D.
Professor of Computer Science
Eastern Michigan University
Ypsilanti MI 48197 US
Tuesday, April 9th, 2013
In continuing our relationship with Computer Engineering Department, they have added a course to their program that will enhance your learning and will be an add into the Cyber Operations. Starting this summer Session II.
This course is one of those classes that looks as securing the Critical Infrastructure.
CRN#: 54935, IA-379: Sensors, Control, and Data Acquisition, TR 9:00 – 12:00
Syllabus IA 379
I have attached a preliminary copy of the syllabus for your information. If you take this class we will make a course substitution for you. Let me or James know.
Ali Eydgahi, Ph.D.
School of Engineering Technology
Eastern Michigan University
118 Sill Hall
Ypsilanti, MI, 48197
Monday, April 8th, 2013
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