Events Archive: Fall 2005

Programming Contest

| 6:30 PM EST | TBA

Come out, program, and win shiny things!

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The Computer Science club is holding a programming contest open to all students on Tuesday the 29th of November at 5:30PM. C++,C,Perl,Scheme* are allowed. Prizes totalling in value of $75 will be distributed.

And best of all... free food!!!

Party with Profs!

| 6:30 PM EDT | Fishbowl

Get to know your profs and be the envy of your friends!

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Come out and meet your professors!! This is a great opportunity to meet professors for Undergraduate Research jobs or to find out who you might have for future courses. One and all are welcome!

And best of all... free food!!!

UNIX 103: Scripting Unix

| 5:30 PM EDT | MC 2037

You Too Can Be a Unix Taskmaster

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This is the third in a series of seminars that cover the use of the UNIX Operating System. UNIX is used in a variety of applications, both in academia and industry. We will provide you with hands-on experience with the Math Faculty's UNIX environment in this tutorial.

Topics that will be discussed include:

  • Shell scripting
  • Searching through text files
  • Batch editing text files

If you do not have a Math computer account, don't panic; one will be lent to you for the duration of this class.

UNIX 102

| 5:30 PM EDT | MC3D 2037

Fun with Unix

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This is the second in a series of seminars that cover the use of the Unix Operating System. Unix is used in a variety of applications, both in academia and industry. We will provide you with hands-on experience with the Math Faculty's Unix environment in this tutorial.

Topics that will be discussed include:

  • Interacting with Bourne and C shells
  • Editing text using the vi text editor
  • Editing text using the Emacs display editor
  • Multi-tasking and the screen multiplexer

If you do not have a Math computer account, don't panic; one will be lent to you for the duration of this class.

UNIX 101

| 5:30 PM EDT | MC 2037

First UNIX tutorial

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The CSC UNIX tutorials are intended to help first year CS and other interested learn UNIX and the CS UNIX environment.

This is the first in a series of two or three tutorials. It will cover basic shell use, and simple text editors.