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Makers Club

We have a new Club Within SCESoc!! It’s called the Makers Club. This club will aim to foster the a community around projects. It’s a club that works on side projects, supports each other and holds each other accountable. Projects are a great way to learn new skills and technologies, and a community around it will only amplify that aspect. For more information on how to get involved, check out our website at https://makers.scesoc.ca/, you can assign yourself the ‘Makers Club’ role on discord. We’ll be meeting up every Saturday @ 11am.

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Weekly Grind Hours

Hey SCESoc! We will be having weekly grind hours every Saturday at 11am here on discord! Come out and join us!

Disclaimer: Helping solve other individuals homework/assignment questions/problems is strictly discouraged during this session. Instead, we encourage explaining concepts and suggesting resources instead. This session will uphold all the regulations set by the Academic Integrity of Carleton University.

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Come to weekly grind hour to share what you’re working on, to offer support, etc! Session upholds all CU academic integrity regulations. #carletonu

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Embedded C Programming Workshop

Hey SCESoc! We have another academic workshop coming up in collaboration with CU InSpace! This workshop will help you get started with programming your own microcontrollers in C for personal projects! Zoom link: https://carleton-ca.zoom.us/j/91000420920

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SCETalk: What is data visualization?

Hey SCESoc! We have our very first SCETalk next Wednesday, October 13 at 6pm! Join us with Professor Fateme Rajabiyazdi, an Assistant Professor in the Systems and Computer Engineering department! The event will be hosted on zoom: https://carleton-ca.zoom.us/j/94981817028

See you all there!

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Seriously, what is programming?

Hey SCESoc! Our first academic event will be on Wednesday, September 29 at 6pm! (https://carleton-ca.zoom.us/j/91976260834)

Most programming courses just teach you the syntax of different languages without going into what programming really is and why we write code in the first place.
In this workshop, we’ll dive into a little bit of the history of computers and slowly work our way towards writing your first python program by first learning how to communicate with a computer (using bash commands).

See you there!