|SIG||Date and Time||Place|
|Android||Mondays 7-8pm||Naka 222|
|Algorithm Fight Club||Thursday 7-8pm||Lafferre C2205|
|Cyber Security||Mondays 5-6pm||Naka 222|
|Game Dev||Tuesdays 7-8pm||Lafferre C1205|
|Git||Tuesdays 5-6pm||Naka 222|
|Interview Prep||Tuesdays 6-7pm||Naka 222|
|Intro to Programming Concepts||Mondays 6-7pm||Lafferre C1205|
|Machine Learning||Tuesdays 8-9pm||Naka 116|
|Swift||Thursdays 5-6pm||RJI Building 042|
|UX Design||Wednesdays 5-6pm||Naka 222|
|Web Dev||Wednesdays 7-8pm||RJI Building 042|
Please pay attention to the SIG channels, as the above information may change on occasion!!
Due to inclement weather, Game Dev is cancelled tonight. Sorry for the inconvenience.
Meeting tonight at 7pm in Lafferre C1205.
Meeting tomorrow at 7pm in Lafferre C1205
Slight alteration, we will be in C1206, because C1205 is rather full.
Game Dev meeting tonight at 7pm in Lafferre C1205
Hey all! Reminder we have the meeting tonight at 5 in Naka 222
Hey guys. Because of a very busy exam schedule this week, we will not be meeting. Have a great week and see you guys next Wednesday!
reminder we are meeting in Naka 222
For this weeks meeting, instead of covering Google's material design like I said last week, we will be pushing that talk back a week and instead covering AUI/AUX which is Audio User Interface/Experience Design. This will cover how to design interactions for some of the popular voice assistants like Google Assistant and Amazon's Alexa.
Reminder: There is a meeting tonight at 8pm in Naka 116. We will be doing a real world example of MLP Classification and look at the process of finding the right parameters to maximize accuracy using Keras
Reminder: Meeting TODAY at 8pm in Naka 116. We will be finishing discussion of KNN and starting on Neural Networks. Please bring a laptop!
. So at <@U58JABG9L>'s request, I have signed up to lead this SIG, and I'm planning on getting the SIG up and running again. Meetings will be Tuesdays from 8-9pm, with the first one being next Tuesday (Feb. 6) from 8-9pm. Location is not certain yet, but I will let you know when I get that. I plan to run the SIG as an implementation based session, rather than theory based. During the first meeting, I plan to just do environment setup and introduction, so please bring a laptop. If anybody has any recommendations of cool stuff to do this semester, please don't hesistate to reach out!
Meeting tonight at 5pm in Naka Hall 116. We'll be talking about the working tree, the index, and HEAD.
Room 222 is locked and the key is AWOL so we will be meeting in room 116 right below
Meeting tonight at 5pm, Naka Hall 222! We'll be going over the stash, rebasing, and rewriting history.
Meeting tonight at 5pm at Naka Hall 222. We'll be going over using remote repositories as well as GitHub. If you don't already have a GitHub account, sign up for a free account: (github.com/join)
Meeting tonight at 5pm at Naka Hall 222. Bring your laptops and have access to Git! If you have access to tc.rnet, it is already installed there. You can also install it on your computer. We will be using Git on the command line.
friendly reminder about the meeting tonight at 7pm. we'll start looking at how to retrieve data from a REST API and display it in an app
Just a reminder that we moved meetings to Monday at 7pm starting this week
we'll move meetings to Mondays at 7pm starting next week. That means I'll still be in 222 Naka Hall this Friday at 5pm. Sorry to everyone who can't make the Monday time; there's just no way to meet everybody's schedule at once.
Based on feedback from people at meetings, and the schedule of other SIGs, we're thinking of moving meetings to Monday at 7:00 pm. Please or this message if that does or does not work for you.
Second meeting is today at 5:00 pm in Naka Hall 222. I know it's not the best time for a lot of you, so I'm working to get it moved for next week
Unless stated otherwise here, meetings are continuing every Thursday at 5pm!
I’ll be holding our first meeting at 5 tomorrow!
although we are not meeting today here are a few videos on a topic we probably won't cover in person this semester: bit manipulation. Bit manipulation questions are more commonly asked here in Missouri or at hardware companies. Bit manipulation is covered in chapter 5 of cracking the coding interview. This video is by Gayle, the author of cracking the coding interview giving an intro to bit manipulation: (www.youtube.com/watch?v=NLKQEOgBAnw), this is a video by Gayle tackling an interesting familiar problem using bit manipulation: (www.youtube.com/watch?v=eXWjCgbL01U), this final video solves a problem one of our members was recently asked: (www.youtube.com/watch?v=lTxU9O-dzFc) These video's combined watch time is about 20 min. All of these videos are from channels I would recommend subscribing to if you want to continue to hone your interview skills after this semester. We'll try to provide cool online resources to enable you to pursue your interests in interview related material after the semester ends on off weeks. You may also want to try coding these things yourself too. If you have any related questions post them here in the slack. Pop some pop corn and curl up with an iPad and your copy of cracking the coding interview and get watching!
quick reminder that there is no meeting today. Remember to reach to to me or will if you want some one-on-one interview practice
quick reminder that we have a meeting tonight at 6pm in naka 222. Hope to see everyone there!
hey everyone, we have a meeting tonight at 6pm in naka/ebw 222. Same place and time as last week
tonight at 6 in ebw 222 is our first meeting and an intro to interviews and interview sig
just a heads up there will NOT be a meeting tomorrow night due to Vday. Enjoy your time or check out the general chat thread for coding events going on
does anybody plan to attend tonight? Please message this channel or react to this message if so
web dev meeting tomorrow 7pm same place. Stop by, hang out, and learn some web dev. Also, take a look at career fair tomorrow starting at 10am I believe
just FYI, we will not be having a meeting today
The department would like to put together a team for an SEC cyber security hackathon in April. If anybody is interested, let me know and I can get you more info!
Reminder: meeting about TOR in an hour and a half, NAKA 222
Hey guys! This coming Monday I'll be giving a presentation over TOR. I'm sure many of you guys have heard of this, a network that allows you to surf the web anonymously, but how much do you actually know about how it works? The truth: TOR isn't as perfect as many make it seem. During my presentation I'll give an overview on how the TOR Protocol works, and show you guys some of it's security holes. PS: if you went to the TOR presentation I gave during whiteboard last semester, this will be the same one
reminder to everyone that we will be having our meeting in one hour, 222 Naka Hall!
testing notifications on the website
No meeting today as I am not feeling well
meeting at 7pm in Lafferre C2205. We will talk about fiber optics briefly and discuss a couple of riddles
Hi friends, we will have a meeting tomorrow (Thursday) at 7pm in room C2205. We will be talking about a brief introduction to how game engines such as checkers and chess were developed over the years, plus some more riddles. See you then!
Hi, tomorrow we will have a meeting at 7pm. We will be talking about quantum computers per request of <@U27HG9F63>
Our first meeting is tomorrow, 1/24 at 7pm at Lafferre Hall C2205. We will be doing an intro activity