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Programming


Fall 2018 Workshops

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Programming


Fall 2018 Workshops

C++ Workshops

Fall 2018

When: TBD

Where: TBD

Explore beginner to intermediate concepts in the multi-paradigm programming language C++. We will discuss general concepts in procedural and object-oriented programming, as well as language-specific features. Snacks provided!

Contact for questions or comments.


When: Monday September 24th 7:30pm-9:30pm

Where: ETB 1020 

Introduction classes that will cover beginner to intermediate concepts of Python programming Language. Snacks provided!

Contact for questions or comments.

Python Workshop

Fall 2018


Past Events & Feedback

In year's past, we've run these programming workshops. Keep an eye out for upcoming events!

  • C++ Workshop (Series of 5)

  • Python Workshop (Series of 2)

  • MATLAB Studio (Single)

  • GitHub Workshop

 

Opportunity for feedback in previous workshops will be available shortly after an event has completed. Please attend a workshop & listen to the leader's instructions on how to fill one out.

 

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CAD/3D Printing


CAD/3D Printing


CAD Solids Workshop

When: October 2, 7pm – 9pm

Where: TBD

Contact for questions or comments.


  • Holidays Solidworks Seminar
  • 3D Printing Basics
  • Valentine's Solidworks Seminar

Past Events


Coming Soon

More Solidworks workshops

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Microcontroller


Fall 2018 Workshops

Microcontroller


Fall 2018 Workshops

led cube soldering workshop

Future workshop TBD

 

Want to learn how to solder and make a cool light project? Come join us for an LED Cube Soldering Workshop! We'll provide all the materials and tools you need! Food will be provided and officers will be on hand to help you with your project! Sign up to secure a spot!!

Contact for questions or comments.


Microcontroller Studio

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

When: September 25th 7pm-9pm

Where: TBD

Demonstrations and tutorials for the TI Launchpad MSP430. This workshop intends to familiarize students with MCU's in general, as well as discuss specific features. This microcontroller will be available to use at TAMUmake!

Hosted by Akshay R.S. Murthy

Contact for questions or comments.