Currently: 120 projects available for download.Latest: PowerPoint combo box navigation source/msi for office 2003 & visual studio 2008. NEWS
10/31/2008 - ive started a F@h (Folding At Home) team for GSU. If you'd like to help science and medical research, please download a F@h client (http://folding.stanford.edu/English/Download) and enter 152854 as the team number.
To view the team's folding statistics, visit http://fah-web.stanford.edu/cgi-bin/main.py?qtype=teampage&teamnum=152854.
WHAT IS THIS?
This is a repository for students who attend Grambling State University and take/have taken courses in Computer Information Systems or Computer Science to freely distribute their projects, while having access to their colleagues' projects as well. This is NOT cheating. Again, this is NOT cheating. Open-sourcing is revolutionizing the way software is being developed because it gives ANYONE an opportunity to view the source code and improve it. This is in no way, however, a substitute for going to class or doing homework/reading assignments. This is a place that offers students the opportunity to examine and learn from source code. The idea for this repository came from MIT's OpenCourseWare program (http://ocw.mit.edu/). It's a valuable resource, and I suggest you use it. For more information on open source software, please visit the Open Source Initiative (OSI) @ http://www.opensource.org/.
HOW DO I USE THIS REPOSITORY?
Click the 'Downloads' tab at the top and arrange the files how you wish. I suggest you utilize the search option to look through projects. Projects will always have at least 3 labels; they will be green and follow the file's summary in this order: class, professor, language.
For example, the label 'cis500 smith java' means that the file was created during the CIS 500 course taught by Professor Smith and written in Java.
The following projects are currently available for download:
AITP Workshops, Independent Projects, CIS120, CIS203, CIS204, CIS209, CIS210, CIS215, CIS365, CIS371, CIS375, CIS381, CIS385, CIS401
How to be a successful CIS/CS major at Grambling State University:
(1) BUY your textbooks, don't rent them. (2) READ your textbooks; don't rely on professors to prepare you 100% for your career. (3) PRACTICE programming, try and replicate programs on here without looking at the source. (4) DON'T think you're a genius because you got an internship. Keep in mind there's a million people much better than you, and waiting for your job! ;)
DISCLAIMER!!! Neither I, nor any individuals who use/join this project can be held responsible for the actions of others.
AS FAR AS EXAMS, TESTS, OR ASSIGNMENTS BEING DISTRIBUTED, THEY ARE CONSIDERED THE STUDENTS' OWN INDIVIDUAL SOLUTION TO A GIVEN PROBLEM. THE SOURCE CODE IS OWNED BY THE STUDENT, NOT THE FACULTY OR STAFF OF Grambling State University, AND CAN BE FREELY DISTRIBUTED AS THAT PARTICULAR STUDENT SEES FIT.
The files within this project are released under the GNU General Public License 2.0. For more information, please refer to the following URL: http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/gpl.html
One more thing... if you’re stupid enough to try and copy/paste a project you found in the repository and hand it in as your own, then you deserve the F your professor’s going to give you. Also, the GNU License legally considers that stealing. So DON’T DO IT.
These details are provided for information only. No information here is legal advice and should not be used as such.