Theory Seminar- Richard Peng/Georgia Institute of Technology, "Almost-Linear Time Algorithms for Directed Spectral Sparsification, Computing Stationary Distributions, Simulating Directed Random Walks, and more"
This is a part of HackTX's week of workshops to prepare students for HackTX. This workshop will go over how to come up with a design for your hackathon project and how to make it look great and give the user a great experience!
Join EGaDS! for this semester's first game night! Bring your favorite video games, gaming consoles, and board games. If you don't have any games to bring don't worry. There will be ample selection of games at the event.
Users of modern data-processing services such as tax preparation or genomic screening are forced to trust them with data that the users wish to keep secret. Ryoan protects secret data while it is... Read more
Topic: What to consider when building an Android app, how to leverage Google's Cloud Platform, and what's coming next!
Bio: Adrian Mohnacs graduated in 2014 with a degree in Computer Science from Hanover College in Hanover, Indiana. He started at Dante in July of 2016 as an Android developer with Full Stack software development experience. He... Read more
Programming Competitions held by ACM's ICPC team. Competitions will consist of a handful (5+) of programming questions ranging in difficulty. Some competitions will have a corporate sponsor who may use the competitions to look for potential hires. Pizza and prizes will be provided.