This page contains a short list of possible resources for those interested or currently involved in Computer Science.
The information contained on these pages is in no way representative of the views or ideals of the Department of Computer Science or Utah State University. It is the sole responsibility of the webpage owner/operator.
Special Equipment & Facilities
The Computer Science Department at USU provides student with a wide assortment of up -to-date equipment to support all aspects of the computer science education. There are a variety of microcomputers and work stations.There are labs with the associated hardware and software for research in parallel processing, neural networks, image processing, pattern recognition, signal processing, artificial intelligence, and graphics. In addition there are several microcomputer labs throught-out the campus giving access to a network consisting of a VMS cluster of Alpha Systems and 32 SUN SPARC Station Computers.
Microsoft Developers Network (MSDN)
The informational resource for developers using Microsoft Products and Technologies. You can search for information about language constructs, uses and syntax
MSDNAA Software Center
MSDN Academic Alliance. All of the software licensed under the MSDNAA Program is available here for Computer Science students, faculty and staff.
Help File to Download FREE Software
Visual Paradigm offers Utah State University VP-UML, SDE-EC, SDE-NB, SDE-IJ, SDE-VS, AG for educational use through the VP Academic Partner Program.
The informational resource for users and developers using Linux. Provides links to different distributions, tools and tutorials.
Local GNU/Linux Downloads
This server mirrors several GNU/Linux distributions for the USU community. This and other software may be obtained for $1 by emailing email@example.com. For other Linux distros visit iso.linuxquestions.org/.
Java Development Tools
JCreator LE is useful Windows resource that makes it easy to develop Java applets and applications. Download a free copy now! You will also need the JDK software.
USU Bookstore - Textbooks
A direct link to the textbooks section on the USU Bookstore Website.