Hello CS Programs!

The CS Club is running a Unix 101 talk this Thursday at 6pm! It will happen in the Mac lab across from the CSC. We'll be going over Linux command-line basics, motivations for using it, and useful commands.
Here's a hopefully interesting blurb:

New to the Linux computing environment? If you seek an introduction, look no further (you can if you want we're not the police). Topics that will be covered include basic interaction with the shell and the motivations behind using it, and an introduction to compilation. You'll have to learn this stuff in CS 246 anyways, so why not get a head start!

If you're interested in attending, make sure you can log into the Macs on the third floor, or show up to the CSC office (MC 3036) 20 minutes early for some help. If you're already familiar with these topics, don't hesitate to come to Unix 102, planned to be held after Reading Week.

Was that interesting? If so, we'd love to see you! We're having cookies after.
Calum T. Dalek
Chairbeing Extraordinaire
Computer Science Club
University of Waterloo