- Client computers
- Computer Hardware and Accessories
- Computer components
- Monitors, mice, keyboards, etc.
- Smart devices
- Phones, tablets, etc.
Server Infrastructure Equipment
- CISCO networking equipment
- Routers, switches, etc
- Network storage
- HPE, Nimble, Synology, etc
- Physical and virtual (ESXi, Hyper-V)
Throughout the course of the CIS Computer and Web Programming degree program, students are exposed to many of the modern languages used in today's web and backend applications. Students in the CIS Networking degree are exposed to the various operating systems and their components such as active directory.
Listed below are some of the languages, operating systems, and programs I am familiar with.
- Microsoft SQL
- Visual Basic
- Linux (Debian, RHEL)
- Microsoft Windows (Clients and Server)
- VMware (ESXi, Player, vCloud, Workstation)
- Access (Microsoft)
- Visual Studio
Lake Superior College Computer Club
The Lake Superior College Computer Club was a great volunteer opportunity. I initially started my membership back in 2011 with a reboot of the Computer Club. As a Junior member, I did what I could to take part in our events such as Computer Club sponsored computer repair days, LAN parties, CIS student aid and much more. Throughout the course of my education I continued to be a member and supporter of computer club. I eventually worked my way up to the Secretary position and then to Presidential status. After having to cut back on my time being on campus, I passed on the reigns to the next generation of leaders. It was a honor and a pleasure to be a part of the LSC Computer Club.
Outlined below is a brief history of my timeline in Computer Club
- Secretary of the Computer Club (2011-2012)
- President of Lake Superior College Computer Club (2012-2013)
- Assisted with volunteer computer repair services at Lake Superior College (2011-2013)
- Volunteered to help set up public events outside of Lake Superior College (2011-2013)
- Participated in the TechBiz MN 2012 presentation competition
- Placed 4th in the TechBiz MN 2012 written competition
- Participated in the first LSC entry for the CCDC MN competition (2013)
- National Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition (CCDC)