Web Development Internship By Can Gulec For CSC412 - Computer Science Internship
IT Student Support Services Our group supports computer labs, software training, desktop and laptop configurations, along with internet configurations, virus and spyware removal, system restorations, and much more. Tutorials, Computer Lab Information, Back-to-School etc. My responsibilities were to maintain, update and add new features to www.it.miami.edu and its subdomains.
Web Server Information Hardware: Model: Dell PowerEdge 2600 CPU: Two Intel Xeon III 3.06Ghz Memory: 6GB (6x1GB PC2100 DDR 266 MHz) Hard Drives: 4x72GB Ultra320 SCSI Network Card: Intel Pro 1000 Software: Red Hat Enterprise, Apache, MySQL, PHP
Previous Experience Tools Used Languages Used • SSH Client • Terminal • Vi • HTML • PHP • CSS CS Classes Basic HTML No Server-Side Scripting or CLI experience.
Tasks • Updates • Change old design pages into new design. • Creating forms for Lab Managers. • Working with another design student to create tutorials. • Organizing and cleaning up web folders/images. Always code as if the guy who ends up maintaining your code will be a violent psychopath who knows where you live. ~Martin Golding
What I’ve learned as a programmer Cross-browser Compatibility Task Automation (sed) Writing readable code. Comments. Comments. Comments Minor yet important details Eg. CSS display:none; visibility:hidden;
Sample Code Random Image Rotator
Web forms for Lab Managers http://www.it.miami.edu/w3form/w3form.php?Conf=reprimand.conf 2 configuration files are fed into w3form.php Reprimand.tpl & Reprimand.conf 3 Output files Reprimand.data , Reprimand.frm & Reprimand.log
Side Projects Resistance A La Mode Electronic Music Blog jQuery: Resistance A La Mode Light Electric Sucker Punch Mp3 Swapping Site