Hey SCESoc! We have an upcoming workshop with Ciena November 25 at 6pm!
Ciena is a telecommunications networking equipment and software services supplier that is known to be the “world’s biggest player in optical connectivity.” This year SCESoc has the honor of being sponsored by Ciena!
In this event you will learn about what Ciena does and what it is like to work there. You will also have the opportunity to network with Ciena Employees in breakout rooms and even potentially land an interview. Ciena is currently looking to hire Co-op and New Grad students. So come prepared with some questions to ask the Ciena Folks that will be joining us.
Hey SCESoc, we have an upcoming Git Workshop! The workshop will be held on November 21 at 12pm on Discord!
Set up your first Git Repository! Come out and learn the basics of Git and how to use it in your own projects. Git is a version control tool used everywhere in the Software Development industry. It’s used to maintain a history of the codebase and manage code in a collaborative environment between multiple team members. It’s a really valuable skill to have to secure your first software job.
This workshop will be interactive and by the end everyone will be able to set up their first git repository and push it to GitHub!
For anyone already experienced with Git, feel free to show up as well and help people that are learning it for the first time by answering questions 1-1 and sharing your insights.
Our second Netvember event is approaching, we have…. PROF VS STUDENT JEOPARDY! Come out to play against a few of our favourite SCE profs and win a patch!! See you all there! https://carleton-ca.zoom.us/j/96290135672
Hey SCESoc! Our staple Netvember event is approaching! This year’s Resume Roast will be on November 23 at 6pm, make sure to submit your resumes by NEXT FRIDAY (Nov 19) to get roasted! https://forms.gle/DVKApPWogEuXwWNe6
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.
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.
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
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