Lists of events from both the School as well as from the Fargo/Moorhead Area
If you are then you should come the the MSUM ACM Linux workshop on wednesday September 28th. Enjoy learning with your peers and possibly extra credit if you are in a class with Professor Ficek. Also learn more about upcoming ACM Activities.
The annual ACM programming contest will be held on Saturday, October 31, 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM at NDSU. To participate you must have completed at least CSIS 153. Completing CSIS 252, 335, or 336 would be even better.
We have space for 3 teams, each of 3 students. Email Dr. Haugrud (email on sidebar)
Jake Humphrey will be presenting Git using the Github for desktop interface. This removes the need to know command line git commands though if you would like to know more, there is a list of all the commands on the website at msumacm.org/git and we will be willing to go through it later in the Linux Lab.
Come celebrate our 1ST ANNIVERSARY of GDI Fargo! We are hosting a screening of ‘CODE - Debugging the Gender Gap’ at the Fargo Theatre. Together, we can create a better Code Community!
Virtualization makes it possible to run Ubuntu Linux or Mac OS X on a regular Windows PC within a window like another Windows program. In this workshop, you will learn how to do that more. You will be given tips and be helped with setting up and using Virtual Box — a free software package that is indispensable to students of Computer Science and related fields.
Checkout your peer's work!
Have you ever thought of computers being so fast that any program could be run in a split second and artificial intelligence (like in the Iron Man movie series) were possible? Right now it may just seem like a twinkle in the eye of an optimistic visionary, but it may just be more possible than one might think. With the isolation of graphene in 2004 at the University of Manchester, the dream of faster and smaller built computers may soon possible. But how will this new isolate of carbon drastically change computer processors and how much different is it compared to the past and present computer processors?
A makerspace is workspace where people with common interests, often in computers, technology, science, digital art or electronic art, can meet, socialise and/or collaborate. MELD Workshop is a makerspace in Fargo that allows members access to their cutting edge tools. materials and classes.