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Yedidyah Langsam, Ph.D.

Professor & Chairman
Dept. of Computer & Information Science

Class Pages

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  • CISC 1050 (CIS 5.2) Online - Introduction to Computer Applications


  • CISC 3800 (CIS 13.2) - Advanced PC Computing
  • CISC 3110 (CIS 15) - Advanced Programming Techniques Using C
  • CISC 3630 (CIS 52) - Multimedia Computing

  • Why Study Computer Science?



    Top Five Reasons Not To Copy From Your Neighbor

    5. It is immoral and unethical!
    4. You'll deprive yourself of the satisfaction of your own accomplishment!
    3. You can copy from your own book and notes instead!
    2. Your neighbor probably knows less than you do!
    1. Your neighbor is taking a different test anyway!


    Top Ten No Sympathy Lines

    Courtesy of Professor Steven Dutch, Natural and Applied Sciences, University of Wisconsin - Green Bay


    A Gallery of My Photographs

    New York Scenics
    Eilat, Israel
    Jerusalem Archaeology
    Wildlife
    Lighthouses
    Adventure Aquarium, Camden NJ
    Maine Scenics
    Bay of Fundy - Maine, US/NB, Canada

    Apache 2.2 Documentation

    WebSite Documentation


    Comments or suggestions should be sent to:
    envelope langsam@sci.brooklyn.cuny.edu

    Yedidyah Langsam, Ph.D.
    Department of Computer and Information Science - Brooklyn College
    2900 Bedford Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11210 (718) 951-4161


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