Ticket into Tech gives Cal Poly grads the opportunity to work in tech and make a head-of-household wage.
SLO Hacks provided students with an opportunity to develop and create computer programming projects, all in 24 hours.
While there are ways to protect yourself on the web, no method guarantees privacy
A Cal Poly degree is worth more than paid tuition and hours spent. The diploma is not simply a piece of paper stating completed requirements, it’s a representation to companies that this […]
Students “hacked” away this past weekend at Cal Poly’s second annual Hackathon.
Cameron Oelsen was in high school when he started to build his own company.
Imagine being able to send an email, check the weather or record video hands-free as you walk around campus, all by using a pair of glasses.
If you’re using a music subscription service these days, it’s hard not to feel like a pirate. Spotify and Rdio offer access to tens of millions of songs — everything from Alabama Shakes to Zulu Winter — for the cost of a Chipotle meal per month.
The Christopher Cohan Performing Arts Center’s main auditorium filled with students, faculty and community members Thursday, Feb. 24 for Google’s Vice President of Product Management Marissa Mayer’s presentation, “Innovation at […]
Erik Hansen is a graduate student pursuing a Master of Public Policy and the “When I Was a Mustang…” columnist.