The Computer Science Club would like to invite you to our last code party
of the term at 7 PM on November 23rd (Friday) in MC Comfy Lounge (MC 3001).
As usual, there will be free food and sugary drinks for your hacking
pleasure. Syed Albiz will be presenting a tutorial on implementing a
ray-tracer in C and Scheme.
Come join us! Bring your friends, bring your laptops.
University of Waterloo Computer Science Club.
I hope your midterms haven't treated you too badly. For a few breaks
from the grind, we invite you to some upcoming events, hosted by the
CSC, MathSoc, and the PMC.
KW PERLMONGERS TALK: Thursday, Nov. 15, 7:00 - 8:30 pm, DC 1302
By Justin Wheeler! In his own words, this talk will cover the virtues
of Perl: CPAN, Moose, CPAN, Catalyst, CPAN, DBIx::Class, CPAN,
TMTOWTDI, and did I mention CPAN?
If you've never used Perl before, don't be scared away by the
jargon---the talk should be accessible to all CS students, and even if
you find it hard to follow, we will be serving pizza!
CSC GOES TO CHARITY BALL: Saturday, Nov. 17, 6:00 pm - 1:00 am, Fed Hall
The CSC will be purchasing one or more tables for all n - n (mod 8)
people that ask to attend Charity Ball with us. You will enjoy a
discounted $25 ticket if you purchase through us! If you are
interested in attending, please email exec(a)csclub.uwaterloo.ca and we
will seat you at one of our tables in exchange for your $25 ticket
SASMS: Wednesday, Nov. 21, 4:30 pm - last mathematician standing, MC 5136B
Join the PMC for their termly Short Attention Span Math Seminars, or
SASMS, for short. There will be food, there will be math, and there
will be talks!
Applications (term loosely applied) for speaking are open until the
day of the event. CS talks are welcomed. Talks are 25 minutes long.
After dinner, there will be a session of "Lightning Talks"---5 minutes
in length, no sign up required. Sign ups and more information are
available on the SASMS page:
Hope to see you there!
Computer Science Club
University of Waterloo