Frank L. Friedman
What do Ogres and software have in common?
Professor Emeritus and Adjunct Professor
Department of Computer and Information Sciences
Room 366 SERC (Science Education and Research Center (035-10)
College of Science and Technology
1925 N. 12th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19122
This webpage is maintained by Frank Friedman.
List of Textbooks
Current Courses -- Spring 2018
CIS 3309 Section 1 - Component-Based Software Design (using C#.NET)
Tue    02:00PM -
03:20PM            (Tutleman Hall TL401A)
Thu    02:00PM -
03:20PM            (Tutleman Hall TL401A)
- 11:50AM LAB  (SERC 359 -- Science Education and Research Center, 3rd Floor)
CIS 1057 Section 2 - Introduction to Programming using the C Programming
Language (Fall, 2015)
CIS 3309 Section 1 - Component-Based Software Design - Fall 2012 (using Visual Basic.NET)
This link is currently out of order.
And, in case you are interested, my MOST favorite professional sports teams are:
- Computer Science Education
- Object Oriented Analysis, Design, and Programming Paradigms
- Software Design, Methods, and Tools
- Software Engineering (especially from an historical point of view)
- Software Metrics
the Baltimore Colts
the Baltimore Orioles
And, yes, I root hard for the Eagles and the Phillies.
- Professor Emeritus, Temple University
Department of Computer and
Information Sciences, January 2013- .
- Professor, Temple University
Department of Computer and Information
- Association for Computing Machinery 1979-2007.
Programming Contest organizer (1979-85), member of ACM Council (as
Allegheny Region Representative, 1982-86), Chairman, ACM Conferences
Board (1986-92), and Chairman of the ACM Computing Week Steering
Committee (1992-96). Served as the Chairman (later the Treasurer) of the
FCRC '93 Operations Committee, as a member of the FCRC '96 Steering
Committee, and as the Exhibits Coordinator for FCRC '96. Involved in the
planning for the ACM 50th Anniversary Celebration and for ACM97, a
conference celebrating the next 50 years of computing, held in San Jose,
CA, March 1-5, 1997. Academic Advisor to the ACM Member Activities
- PhD, Purdue University, Department of Computer Science,
1974. Thesis Title:
- Decompilation and the Transfer of
Operating Systems for Small General
- MS, The John Hopkins University, Numerical Science,
- BA, Antioch College, Mathematics, 1965.