yeah right, i agree - eh alam mo pala.. hehe
ok, but i think earl has a good point of view when it comes to the differences of the 3..pretty 'damn' good explanation.. and i agree with him..
article?ok here it is..enjoy reading!http://encarta.msn.com/encyclopedia_761563863/Computer_Science.htmlCoE is a branch of Computer Science..reliable ang article na iyan, encarta iyan from microsoft..ndi ko na ma-ipaste dito kasi mahaba..
yeah maybe you are right.. and sorry maybe i hurt your pride.. but without the engineers the work of comsci will not be materialized, we are in the 21st century. but there are no articles that says CoE is one of the branches of CS as you will know The early foundations of CS predate the invention of the modern digital computer (which is associated to abacus calculating machine existed since antiquity). which means that CS only exist when digital computers came up. and CoE are not called like that but rather called inventor(engineers) but specializes the computer machine, and remember early computers have no OS or application used or what so ever...
and remember early computers have no OS or application used or what so ever...
sorry to say pero wala akong nabasa na ang CoE is branches of CS ang nakita ko lang ay "4 major branches of CS Computer science can be divided into four main fields: software development, computer architecture, human-computer interfacing, and artificial intelligence. CS rapidly expanded in an effort to develop new applications for personal computers and to drive the technological advances in the computing industry"
walang sinabing 'branches' sa article but 'fields of specializations' .. i will read it again for u..Computer science can be divided into four main 'fields': software development, computer architecture (hardware), human-computer interfacing (the design of the most efficient ways for humans to use computers), and artificial intelligence (the attempt to make computers behave intelligently)...eto ung sa branches..in accordance with the articleComputer Science is a study of the theory, experimentation, and engineering that form the basis for the design and use of computersódevices that automatically process information... (1) theory and experimentation -> (computer scientist or any other field but 'definitely' not in engineering..)(2) engineering -> san ba natin ilalagay ito? sa Mechanical Engineering?
yeah thanks... it seems we are all heated by the topic.. i know i hurts some of your ego.. hot naman kayo masyado... but i have mistakes too cos i never mention that they both works on either sides CoE-CS-IT. now its clear.. how about fusing them making a new curricula.. Computer Science Engineering coz IT fall into Information- is for CS and Technology- fall into Engineering..?
sure sometimes in EE and ECE....but not for CoE? 'Computer Engineering' ...nah'if not in CoE, then what does really CoE do (technically speaking) without designing or working related to computers and softwares?Can u support ur claim..
Well, if you can create one,.. tell me. I might enroll again. Hahahaha. Though honestly, I guess it would take 7 years. CoE alone is 5 years,plus majors from both CS and IT ( IT has accounting subjects ). Its just like taking INTARMED sa UP, 7 years, Medical Doctor ka na.And maybe to finish this all ... Let's just agree to disagree.
security and safety
huh? security of waht? safety of waht?..not all CoE's are working in this security and safety issue as u claim..but sure in ur case and experienced as MIS, u need to secure ur network from these potentially dangerous 'evil-genius' hackers..but these are all related to computers and softwares as i mentioned ryt? not unless we're working with the 'security and safety' network of rice cookers..how about 'considering' working with the other areas..not related to security and safety, had u come to think of it..
ag hina mo naman... read the previous replies you might get an idea... on what really im talking about... and also you are claiming that not all CoE working in safety and security.. try to think.. CoE do hardware-software integration.
ndi ako mahina..ndi lang 'crystal clear' ung explanations and sagot u and i don't need to read those previous replies as i had the idea already in mind, ms MIS ..no need 4 me to review..well u haven't really answered my previous question: ok i'll post it again and print it if possible..here is the fragment(s) of my previous post.."... if not in CoE, then what does really CoE do (technically speaking) without designing or working related to computers and softwares? "the question is straight forward..no-need for United Nation interpreter..safety and security as u claim is the answer.. really?