Programming for a living: what they don’t teach you in school

Do you enjoy coding?  Would you like to know a little more about what a career in coding might be like?

John Gregg is a computer scientist and programmer.  Working as a programmer since the 1980’s, he has made many observations about what it is like to work as a programmer including the culture, climate of different companies, how to get hired, writing code, editing existing code, specifications, myths and more.

This will be a frank discussion about what it is like to program for a living.

Please join us in the library during WIN Block on December 12th.

Date: 12/12/2018 (Wed.)Time: 9:30am – 10:30am ESTLocation: Library

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Zebbler (1)

Please join us for an all day workshop with VJ Zebbler. Zebbler will be teaching students how to projection map, also known as video mapping which is a projection technology that is used to turn objects into display surfaces for video projection. Zebbler uses this technique to map video on to custom built sets for bands such as EOTO, Shpongle and the Zebbler Encanti Experience. He even video mapped the New Year’s Eve ball drop onto the Boston Public Library. The workshop is limited to 25 students.

When: April 25th

Where: LGI

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