Events Archive: Winter 2017

Code Party 1

| 6:00 PM EDT | STC 0060

Come code with us, eat some food, do some things. Personal projects you want to work on? Homework projects you need to finish? Or want some time to explore some new technology and chat about it? You can join us at Code Party 1 and do it, with great company and great food. Come any time after 5pm, but if you come earlier your food preferences are more likely to be accounted for, and there's more time for coding!

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Come code with us, eat some food, do some things.

Personal projects you want to work on? Homework projects you need to finish? Or want some time to explore some new technology and chat about it? You can join us at Code Party 1 and do it, with great company and great food.

Come any time after 5pm, but if you come earlier your food preferences are more likely to be accounted for, and there's more time for coding!

Unix 201

| 7:00 PM EDT | MC 4045

A talk and demo about more advanced Unix tricks and tools than are taught in our regular Unix 101 events. Topics may include customizing your prompt, the ranger console file manager, fancy shells, htop, rsync and using terminal escape sequences in your programs.

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A talk and demo about more advanced Unix tricks and tools than are taught in our regular Unix 101 events. Topics may include customizing your prompt, the ranger console file manager, fancy shells, htop, rsync and using terminal escape sequences in your programs.

List of things talked about can be found here.

Alt+Tab Talks

| 7:00 PM EST | MC 4042

Come watch (or give!) interesting short talks by CS Club members. Talks include "Stepping into math: building a step-by-step algebra solver" and "Online database migrations at scale", but more are welcome (email [tghume@csclub.uwaterloo.ca](<mailto:tghume@csclub.uwaterloo.ca>))! Click the link to the event detail page for more info. (Note: date was moved to Thursday)

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Come watch (and/or give!) interesting short talks by CS Club members. Talks include "How your text editor does syntax highlighting", "Online database migrations at scale", "Stitching Spaces in Subdivision Surfaces", "Theory of Computation" and "Stepping into math: building a step-by-step algebra solver", but more are welcome!

Each talk can be 5-15 minutes long on any computer-related topic of interest. If you're interested in giving a talk (please do!) email tghume@csclub.uwaterloo.ca.

The event was previously scheduled for Wednesday but was moved to Thursday the 9th due to a conflict with a WICS event.

Code Party 0

| 6:00 PM EST | STC 0020

Come code with us, eat some food, do some things. Personal projects you want to work on? Homework projects you need to finish? Or want some time to explore some new technology and chat about it? You can join us at Code Party 0 and do it, with great company and great food. Come any time after 5pm, but if you come earlier your food preferences are more likely to be accounted for, and there's more time for coding!

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Come code with us, eat some food, do some things.

Personal projects you want to work on? Homework projects you need to finish? Or want some time to explore some new technology and chat about it? You can join us at Code Party 0 and do it, with great company and great food.

Come any time after 5pm, but if you come earlier your food preferences are more likely to be accounted for, and there's more time for coding!

Winter 2017 Elections

| 7:00 PM EST | MC Comfy Lounge

The Computer Science Club will be holding elections for the Winter 2017 President, Vice-President, Secretary and Treasurer. Additionally, the Systems Administrator, Office Manager and Librarian will be appointed.

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The Computer Science Club will be holding elections for the Winter 2017 President, Vice-President, Secretary and Treasurer. Additionally, the Systems Administrator, Office Manager and Librarian will be appointed.

The following positions will be elected: President, Vice-President, Treasurer and Secretary. The following positions will be appointed: Systems Administrator (to be ratified at the meeting), Office Manager and Librarian. Additionally, we will be looking for members to join the Programme Committee. The nominees for the four elected positions are:

  • President
  • Vice President
  • Treasurer
  • Secretary

Voting will be done in a heads-down, hands-up manner and is restricted to MathSoc social members. We use approval voting; for each position, you may vote for any subset of the candidates. If you wish to vote but will not be attending the election, you may send an absentee ballot indicating which candidate(s) you wish to vote for, for each position. This ballot must be sent to cro@csclub.uwaterloo.ca from your @uwaterloo.ca or @csclub.uwaterloo.ca email address. A full description of the roles and the election procedure are listed in our Constitution, available at https://csclub.uwaterloo.ca/about/constitution.