I am looking to find someone who knows how to setup and use IRC. I want to get a lot better at it, but I find that the more I ask questions, the more people stop chatting. I would like to find someone that can sit down and show me one-on-one how to setup and use it. If you know how, please send me a message
Hello, just wanted to test this thing out and let everyone know that there is a new Security Group subgroup for the CS Club. I plan to have lots of fun activities to learn as much as we can over the months. Sign up now!
So here is what we have planned for the new semester so far.
8/25 at MEC 302J
This will be a good time to talk about what we want to accomplish in the semester, Activities, Projects, etc.
Dunk The Dean
We're going to have a table with a canopy, small fliers to hand out, two ps3's running Linux, and some poster board display highlighting projects and future events.
8/30 10 am to 2 Student Organization Fair
We've not planned much for this but I think it's vitally important that we be at this event to gain more members and network with other clubs.
Meet and Greet
We'll be handing out flyers all over campus and finding other ways to promote this event. I want to get as many people as possible to attend. The event will be catered in a reserved room at the student union.
9/8 11am-5pm at the atrium
Linux Install Fest
This is the same event that the CS Club has been doing every semester. Helping spread the message of Open Source.
days of code
If you have any input or ideas please chime in. I really want to make this club the biggest deal ever. :)
Hello to you, person that is interested in the CS Club.
Expect to see announcements and updates here for events and projects that we do. We'll also post photos of events and have helpful articles every now and again. I'd like to encourage you to get involved even if you are not a CS major or haven't decided your major.