Jeffrey Bergamini is a tenured professor of Computer Science at Cabrillo College, using a “learn by doing” project-based approach to teaching courses that contribute to Cabrillo's STEM Career and Academic Pathway. In addition to BS and MS degrees in Computer Science from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, he did partial PhD work in the Database and Information Systems Group at UC Davis. His previous teaching experience includes several years at Cal Poly and Mendocino College, and he has also worked in the field as a programmer, webmaster, and sysadmin for organizations such as Microsoft, UC Davis, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, and UAW. He has stood with his fellow workers as an organizer, founder and officer in several different labor unions. Since arriving at Cabrillo, he has earned an A.A. degree in Spanish, served on the Technology Committee, served as a council member and representative in the Cabrillo College Federation of Teachers, and also worked as a lecturer in the Computer Science and Engineering Department at UCSC.
Spring 2024 Courses
Spring 2024 Office Hours
Monday/Wednesday 1315–1500, Tuesday 1330–1530, Thursday 1330–1430 in the STEM Center and simultaneously online.
Check my office in 827 if I'm not in STEM. Sometimes I get pulled over there if STEM is too loud or privacy is required.
Remember that free tutoring is available via the STEM Center!
Cabrillo College offers various opportunities for free tutoring in CS/CIS classes, among other STEM fields.
See below for a current CS/CIS tutoring schedule, including names and locations.
Note that most hours will be held in the STEM Center, in the CS/CIS section in room 830, and perhaps online as well (see links in the calendar entries).
- Cabrillo College CENIC connection status:
Computer science pedagogy, geospatial computing, distributed/parallel systems, online privacy and anonymity, civil rights in digital systems, self-organizing/P2P systems, operating system kernels, information security and assurance.