I have to disagree with you. I went to Shawnee here in Portsmouth in the early 80's and got an associates in data processing. The computer program then was pretty darn good. Shawnee is now a full blown university and has 4 year programs in computer science & engineering. I started taking classes in the fall of 2005 towards a CET degree. The program is excellent, but the schedule is not geared towards an old guy like me with a full time job. Community colleges seem to be more geared towards accommodating working people who want to continue their education. I decided that this quarter that just ended would be my last. It's just too difficult to leave work to attend a class.
I also remember when I attended Shawnee Community College there were a lot of "older" people attending. This past year I hardly saw anyone near my age at all, except the professors.
Suggested Topics *update*
Team Structure (suggested by _lynX)
Road map suggestions.
That should take the bulk of the time.
Does anyone think we need to cover any other topics?
If anyone has made any progress on creating a presentation, or has done any work on setting up or planning to set up a display, a testimonial might be nice to let us know the kind of work they've done so far, and how involving it is.
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