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Events this term

The events for Winter 2016 are listed here. You can also download an ICS of them.

Winter 2016 Elections

MC 3001 (Comfy), 2016-01-14, 19:00: Interested in Linux, but don't know where to start? Come learn some basic topics with us including interaction with the shell, motivation for using it, some simple commands, and more! (Cookies after)

Eth1: Jane Street Competition

TBA, 2016-01-23, 11:00 AM: eth1: a day-long programming contest. Form teams and hack together a trading bot to compete against others and the markets.

Unix 101

MC 3003, 2016-01-28, 6:00 pm: Interested in Linux, but don't know where to start? Come learn some basic topics with us including interaction with the shell, motivation for using it, some simple commands, and more! (Cookies after)

Code Party

STC 0010, 2016-02-04, 6:00 pm: The CS Club is having its termly code party! Come out and work on projects, assignments, and more. Food is provided!

Movie Night: Big Hero 6

MC Comfy, 2016-02-10, 6:30 pm: Movie Night! Come watch "Big Hero 6" with the CSC!

Tea and Study

MC Comfy, 2016-03-03, 6:00 pm: It's midterms season, and everyone has to study. So why not come study with the CS Club? Everyone welcome, especially new members! There will be tea and delicious snacks and outlets. Plus our delightful company. See you there!

Steve Bourque and Mike Patterson Network Infrastructure talk

MC4058, 2016-03-09, 6:30 pm: Steve Bourque and Mike Patterson of IST will give a brief overview of campus network connectivity and interconnectivity.

Git 102

MC3003, 2016-03-16, 6:00 pm: Git 102 : Why you learned git in the first place.

SAT and SMT Solvers for Software Engineering and Security

QNC 1502, 2016-03-23, 6:00 pm: A talk about SAT and SMT Solvers for Software Engineering and Security by Dr. Vijay Ganesh

SASMS Style Talk Night

MC 4021, 2016-03-29, 6:00 pm: The CSC is hosting the first annual member talk series! This is a chance for anyone to come and give a short talk on any relevant topic. Some talks already arranged are on topics ranging from modern Javascript, to the Linux Kernel.

On Surrounding a Polygon

MC Comfy, 2016-04-04, 5:00 pm: Come out to a talk on surrounding a polygon by Dr. Craig Kaplan! Also stay afterwards for our EOT and socialize :) food will be provided!