There’s a few different CS Club events coming up this week and afterwards:
# Alt+Tab Talks Thursday, March 9th at 6pm in MC 4042 Come watch interesting 10-15 minute talks by CS Club members. Talks so far are: - "Online database migrations at scale” by Shirley Miao - "Stitching spaces in subdivision surfaces” by Luke Franceschini - "Stepping into math: building a step-by-step algebra solver” by Evy Kassirer - “How your text editor does syntax highlighting” by Tristan Hume - “Theory of computation” by Bryan Coutts http://csclub.uwaterloo.ca/events/MC_4042-2017-03-09-6:00_pm
# Unix 201 Thursday, March 16th at 6pm A talk and demo about more advanced Unix tricks and tools than are taught in our regular Unix 101 events. Topics may include customizing your prompt, the ranger console file manager, rsync and using terminal escape sequences in your programs. Check the CSC website before the event next week for a room number.
Remember to mark your calendars!
- Tristan Hume Vice President Computer Science Club