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The events for Fall 2009 are listed here. You can also download an ICS of them.


Comfy Lounge, 2009-09-15, 5:00PM: Nominations are open now, either place your name on the nominees board or e-mail the CRO to nominate someone for a position. Come to the Comfy Lounge to elect your fall term executive. Contact the CRO if you have questions.

UNIX 101

MC3003, 2009-09-24, 4:30 PM: New to Unix? No problem, we'll teach you to power use circles around your friends!

AI Programming Contest sponsored by Google

MC3003, 2009-09-28, 4:30 PM: Come learn how to write an intelligent game-playing program. No past experience necessary. Submit your program using the online web interface to watch it battle against other people's programs. Beginners and experts welcome! Prizes provided by google, including the delivery of your resume to google recruiters.

UNIX 102

MC3003, 2009-10-01, 4:30 PM: The next installment in the CS Club's popular Unix tutorials UNIX 102 introduces powerful text editing tools for programming and document formatting.

Linux Install Fest

DC1301 FishBowl, 2009-10-03, 10:00 AM: Interested in trying Linux but don't know where to start? Come to the Linux install fest to demo Linux, get help installing it on your computer, either stand alone or a dual boot, and help setting up your fresh install. Have lunch and hang around if you like, or just come in for a CD.

UNIX 103

MC3003, 2009-10-08, 4:30 PM: In this long-awaited third installment of the popular Unix Tutorials the friendly experts of the CSC will teach you the simple art of version control. You will learn the purpose and use of two different Version Control Systems (git and subversion). This tutorial will advise you in the discipline of managing the source code of your projects and enable you to quickly learn new Version Control Systems in the work place -- a skill that is much sought after by employers.

UofT Graduate School Information Session

DC1304, 2009-10-14, 2:30 PM: "Is Graduate School for You?" Get the answers to your grad school questions - and have a bite to eat, our treat

Code Party and Contest Finale

Comfy Lounge, 2009-10-16, 7:00 PM: Come on out for a night of code, contests, and energy drinks. Join the Computer Scinece Club for the finale of the Google AI Challenge and an all night code party. Finish up your entry, or start it (its not too late). Not interested in the contest? Come out anyway for a night of coding and comradarie with us.

CSC Goes To Dooly's

MC3036, 2009-10-20, 04:30 PM: We're going to Dooly's to play pool. What more do you want from us? Come to the Club office and we'll all bus there together. We've got discount tables for club members so be sure to be there.

In the Beginning

MC2065, 2009-11-05, 4:30 PM: To most CS students an OS kernel is pretty low level. But there is something even lower, the instructions that must be executed to get the CPU ready to accept a kernel. That is, if you look at any processor's reference manual there is a page or two describing the state of the CPU when it powered on. This talk describes what needs to happen next, up to the point where the first kernel instruction executes.

Code Party!!11!!

Comfy Lounge, 2009-11-27, 7:00 PM: A fevered night of code, friends, fun, energy drinks, and the CSC. Facebook will be around to bring some food and hang out.

The Club That Really Likes Dinner

MC3036, 2009-12-05, 6:30 PM: Come on out to the club's termly end of term dinner, details in the abstract