A Week of Tech
Coding, panels, and apps—oh my! Seidenberg is doing Computer Science Education Week right with techtacular events to build your network and computer science skills.
Computer Science Education Week kicks off on December 7, and the Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems invites you to code, chat, and app with them at the following events:
Build Android Apps with MIT App Inventor (NYC)
Tuesday, December 8 │ 4:00 p.m.–6:00 p.m. │ Seidenberg Lounge
A lot of us have had ideas for great apps bouncing around in our brains, but lack the skills necessary to bring our ideas to life. Whether you’re a novice techie, an entrepreneur, or just an Android phone owner, in this workshop you’ll learn all about the Android development as well as design and code your own Android app! Click here to register.
Linux for Beginners (PLV)
Wednesday, December 9 │ 12:10 p.m.–1:00 p.m. │ Goldstein Academic Center, Room 300
Are you interested in cultivating your programming and system administration skills? Join us for this one hour hands-on workshop to learn about some of the basic principles of the Linux shell and command line.
Women in Tech Q&A (NYC)
Wednesday, December 9 │ 4:00 p.m.–6:00 p.m. │ Seidenberg Lounge
Hear from Irene Ryabaya and Diana Murakhovskaya, co-founders of Monarq, and Hope Yates, director of strategic partnerships at Maven, at a fireside chat about how these inspiring women changed their careers and entered the world of tech startups at companies with products by women for women. Find out about what inspired them, how you can follow in their footsteps, and ask how you can join the amazing community of female entrepreneurs while networking. Click here to register and learn more about the speakers.
Learn How to Make Your Own Website with Codapiller Inc. (NYC)
Thursday, December 10 │ 4:00 p.m.–6:00 p.m. │ Seidenberg Lounge
Ever wanted to design and code your own portfolio? Join the Seidenberg School and Codapillar Inc., a startup with an education technology platform, for a #workshop on how to make a webpage! We will break down some of the basic principles behind web development and talk about best practices and how to write your cleanest code. This workshop is ideal for non-technical people interested in having a better web presence. Click here to register.
STEM Showcase (PLV)
Saturday, December 12 │ 9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m. │ Kessel Student Center, Gottesman Room
Join us for this exciting event to mark the end of the Computer Science Education Week. The showcase will cover the work of the high-school participants in the STEM Women Achieve Greatness (SWAG) workshop, as well as the projects of the Seidenberg students in the IT capstone course this fall semester. A panel of women executives in technology will feature insights regarding the role that education and gender have played in their career experiences.
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