- CS161 - Computer Security: This course deals with one of the most important, and overlooked, areas of Computer Science. We will learn how to adequately secure programs and sites, and even attempt to crack established (and somewhat obsolete) security designs.
- CS162 - Operating Systems: This is a core class of any CS major’s curriculum. The operating system is the most important piece of software running on a computer and when understood, makes fine-tuning the performance of other software much easier.
- CS169 - Software Engineering: This class has one assignment… create a substantial piece software in a group. It is supposed to give students real-world group development experience, with deadlines and customer sponsors to guide feature design and style.
- CS198 - Apple Developers DeCal: A DeCal is a class ran by student but sponsored by faculty. This class will teach me more about developing in Cocoa, the choice language for Apple software. I will develop my own small piece of software in this class.
- Music 135A - Caribbean Music: As a break from computers, this class offers a study into all Caribbean music. We listen, watch, study and perform the many different Island styles. Good fun.
My name is Matt Coneybeare, I design and develop for the web, iOS (iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch), and MacOS out of New York City. In 2008 I started a software company called Urban Apps that has made some pretty popular apps such as Ambiance and Hourly News. In 2019, I joined the team at Ticket Evolution as a Senior Software Engineer. My current Stack Overflow reputation is about 27k.
I was a Rockstar a decade ago, but then went back to school and collected a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science from U.C. Berkeley and a MBA from Quantic. Now I am settled down with my beautiful wife Di and our dog Hamachi. When not at my desk, I love exploring New York City as a Yelp Elite, or training for marathons.