Upcoming Events

Upcoming AITP events will be listed here as information becomes available.

A Presentation on FoodNetwork Web Platform Migration with Guest Speakers from Scripps Networks

Scripps Networks will share how they handled this project. Scripps Networks are in partnership with Pellissippi State and have hired several students in the recent past.


McWherter Room: 149A (lab)
October 2, 2014, 12:00 pm

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Past Events

Previous AITP events are listed below.

A Presentation on Node Sensor Platforms with Guest Speakers from Variable Technologies

Come and learn about the potential of connecting wireless handheld sensors to smart phone devices. Variable Technologies founded by Dr. George Yu, November 2011 is one of the first technology companies to fund product development via crowd-sourcing and subsequently make its products available commercially.


McWherter Room: 149C (lab)
March 26, 2013, 2:00 pm

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A Presentation on Design Patterns with Guest Speakers from Scripps Networks

Specifically they will cover what a design pattern is, why they are used, and then introduce one or two specific patterns. Scripps Networks are in partnership with Pellissippi State and have hired several students in the recent past.


McWherter Room: 149A (lab)
October 25, 2012, 11:55 pm

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Virtual Reality Design and Development, Pellissippi's Associate Professor Greg Walters

New course introduction, CSIT 2490, Summer 2012. An in-depth coverage of how to develop internet virtual reality environments for the expected change toward 3D immersive learning and future retail website enhancements. Discussion on the impact this technology may have on the next generation of online resources and how knowledge of this technology will be of benefit to you in the near future.


McWherter Room: 149C (lab)
March 19, 2012, 11:55 pm

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Guest Speaker from Scripps Networks

The presentation covers High Performance Websites and Job Skills. In addition to learning about some of the problems and solutions we deal with, students will get a good sense of the scale of large high traffic websites. We also have a section on job skills that we’ve made part of the presentation because that’s what we get asked about the most. That section covers the skills (both technical and business) that we view as important for what we do.


McWherter Room: 149C (lab)
February 2, 2012, 11:55 am