Chipola students create podcast on Milk programming

Pictured from left, are students: Chase Roberts, Jeremy Porter, Andrew Bizaillion, Thomas Rudolph, and Dylan Johns.

Pictured from left, are students: Chase Roberts, Jeremy Porter, Andrew Bizaillion, Thomas Rudolph, and Dylan Johns.

MARIANNA—Five Chipola College students recently completed a podcast presentation for the Journal of Information Assurance, Security and Protection.

Students Chase Roberts, Jeremy Porter, Andrew Bizaillion, Thomas Rudolph, and Dylan Johns worked with faculty members Glenda Bethel, Marcus Dabai and Dr. David Bouvin on the podcast which focused on the students’ research of compiled programming.

In the podcast, the students provide an analysis of Milk, an upcoming programming language that can be utilized to solve big data issues.  Milk is a new programming language stemming from research at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.  The Chipola students discovered that Milk can be utilized to shorten delays that occur when compiling and analyzing large volumes of data.

The Chipola students’ podcast can be accessed by selecting the podcasts option on the JIASP website at www.jiasp.org.