Saturday, April 21

Network packets: hot stuff? (Creative Commons photo by Rob Villanueva via Flickr)

Lost in Boelter: Packet passer

“404 Page Not Found.” “Unable to connect.” “Unable to join the network.” If you’ve ever tried accessing a website that didn’t exist or tried surfing the Internet while not connected to a network, you probably met a distant cousin of one of the above network error messages. Read more...

Photo: Network packets: hot stuff? (Creative Commons photo by Rob Villanueva via Flickr)

Network packets: hot stuff? (Creative Commons photo by Rob Villanueva via Flickr)

Undergraduate Students Association Council Facilities Commissioner Ian Cocroft said at a meeting about the upcoming USAC election he thinks the order the candidates’ names appear on the ballot should be randomized. (Anthony Tran/Daily Bruin)

USAC discusses bloc voting, other concerns about election process

Several undergraduate student government officers and Election Board officials met Wednesday to discuss bloc voting and other concerns about the student government election process. The Undergraduate Students Association Council’s Constitutional Review Committee, which is in charge of proposing changes to USAC bylaws or the Election Code, convened to discuss possible solutions that aim to make the election process more fair. Read more...

Photo: Undergraduate Students Association Council Facilities Commissioner Ian Cocroft said at a meeting about the upcoming USAC election he thinks the order the candidates’ names appear on the ballot should be randomized. (Anthony Tran/Daily Bruin)

Undergraduate Students Association Council Facilities Commissioner Ian Cocroft said at a meeting about the upcoming USAC election he thinks the order the candidates’ names appear on the ballot should be randomized. (Anthony Tran/Daily Bruin)

Pictured: coding languages?

Lost in Boelter: Understanding coding languages

The world of computers revolves around code. Everything that we do with a computer, from booting it up to browsing the internet, is facilitated by collections of computer code files that are packaged into single, functioning units known as software applications – software, for short. Read more...

Photo: Pictured: coding languages?

Pictured: coding languages?

Coding isn't effortless, but it isn't nearly as complicated as one might think. (Creative Commons photo by hackNY via Flickr)

Lost in Boelter: Demystifying computer science

Editor’s note: Opinion columnist Keshav Tadimeti has a few words to say about computer science at UCLA. This is the first in a weekly blog series explaining the ins and outs of what’s taught in Boelter Hall. Read more...

Photo: Coding isn't effortless, but it isn't nearly as complicated as one might think. (Creative Commons photo by hackNY via Flickr)

Coding isn't effortless, but it isn't nearly as complicated as one might think. (Creative Commons photo by hackNY via Flickr)


Alice Lin/Daily Bruin

No Offense, But: Internships

Is it better to pursue as many internships and hands-on experiences as possible during the early college years? Or should you focus on academics until you have a solid theoretical and problem-solving foundation before seeking work? Read more...

Photo: Alice Lin/Daily Bruin

Alice Lin/Daily Bruin



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