Hey you, CS Club member!
If you came out to our CSC/WiCS bonfire then we hope you appreciated the marshmallows and samosas as much as we appreciated seeing your faces. Because now we have more events coming up! And this time you get to be part of them.
-------- *Alt-TAB:* You talk about something you find interesting CSC will be hosting our Alt-Tab on Jul 17/18 this term and is currently looking for speakers, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the topic you would like to talk about and approximate time needed (preferably within 30 minutes) Before July 14.
In past terms, people have talked about train signals in the TTC, writing kernel modules in Rust, and finding the closest pizza shop on a graph if the pizza shop takes negative time to cook your pizza. More details soon, once we get speakers!
*Crypto CTF, Solve Security Puzzles:* Get brownie points for doing it! On July 13th between 1800h and 2100h, the University of Waterloo Cryptography, Security, and Privacy (CrySP) lab will be hosting a Capture the Flag (CTF) competition in STC 0010. For this competition, the CrySP lab has created challenges and puzzles to test your programming, logic, forensics, and other computer science related abilities. The more challenges you solve the more points you get! Winning teams will receive prizes!
Even if you don't think you will win, this is a good opportunity to test your skills and gain instant feedback on how well you are doing. We host these competitions so participants can learn new skills, expand on old ones, and understand alternative uses for their knowledge.
If you would like to join us, please sign up at ctf.uwaterloo.ca ! (You will need to bring your own laptop to the event.) If you have any questions please email email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org. --------
Submit your talks, come to the CTF next Thursday! -- Patrick Melanson Computer Science Club University of Waterloo email@example.com