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Explore ML | Google AI

Explore Machine Learning (ML) is a Google-sponsored program for university students to get started with Machine Learning.

📆 Date: 7 January 2020
⌛ Time: 1.00pm to 6.00pm
📍 Location: Think Tank 17


Deep Learning with TensorFlow 2.0

In this 2x half day workshop, participants will get a hands-on introduction to deep learning with TensorFlow 2.0, covering key basics in computer vision and natural language processing

📆 Date: 8 January & 13 January 2020
⌛ Time: 1.30pm to 3.30pm
📍 Location: Think Tank 16 (8 Jan) and Think Tank 11 (13 Jan)


Practical Intro to Web Development with Static Site Generators

  • Want a cool landing page for your fifth row like IEEE?
  • Want a cool webpage for yourself? For FREE?
  • Come down to learn how to make a cool website with modern static site generators like Jekyll.
  • Includes FREE domain name for fifth rows (e.g. yourclub.opensutd.org)!

📆 Date: 8-10, 13 & 15 January 2020
⌛ Time: 4.00pm to 6.00pm
📍 Location: TBC

Full event details & sign up link here

Introduction to Markdown and MkDocs - Build Your Technical Documentation Site with Python and Markdown

Participants will be introduced to the markup language Markdown via GitHub Flavored Markdown and Typora, as well as MkDocs, a static site generator that is geared towards building project documentation. Markdown provides a more efficient and streamlined way of formatting documents. There will be a short introduction to Pandoc, a universal document converter which can convert between many markup formats.

Using Markdown together with Python, participants can learn how to create a technical documentation site using MkDocs. The site can be built and served on GitHub Pages.

📆 Date: 9 January 2020
⌛ Time: 10.30 am to 12.30pm
📍 Location: TBC


Make your own always-online Telegram Bot – A Practical Introduction to Cloud Computing

Ever wondered how Telegram Bots like WereWolfBot run elaborate games with nothing but text messages? Come down to learn how programmers like you can leverage cloud providers to make always-online Telegram bots that respond to your clients even when you're sleeping. Finally, re-enact the best use of Computer Vision in human history – a Hotdog/NotHotdog bot – by making a bot that tells you whether the photos you take of food contain a hotdog or not. Comes with free hotdogs to test your bot!

📆 Date: 9 January 2020 -> 13 & 15 January 2020
⌛ Time: 1.00pm to 3.00pm -> 10.00am to 12.00am
📍 Location: Think Tank 17

Full event details & sign up link here

Introduction to Android Fundamentals

Start your journey into software development by creating android applications

📆 Date: 8, 10 January 2020 -> 15 January 2020
⌛ Time: 9.30am to 12.00pm -> 1.00pm to 3.30pm
📍 Location: TBC


Introduction to Competitive Programming

Participants will be introduced to the wide variety of competitive programming events, online and offline, and how to tackle them. Practicing competitive programming helps you to pass junior-level technical interviews, and builds problem-solving resilience and skills. Participants would need to already know how to use strings, lists, and dictionaries in Python.

📆 Date: 10 January 2020
⌛ Time: 1.00pm to 3.00pm
📍 Location: Think Tank 17


Hackathon Beginner's Guide

Participants will be introduced to Swift Development (Apple), and Google FireBase fast-tracks for easy prototyping in hackathons

📆 Date: 14 January 2020
⌛ Time: 1.00pm to 4.00pm
📍 Location: Albert Hong Lecture Theatre


BlockChain Development

This course will introduce blockchain concepts and smart contract programming to participants. Participants will learn to be conversant in blockchain technology and build their first decentralised application. Participants will also learn what are some key applications of blockchain technology.

📆 Date: 16 & 17 January 2020
⌛ Time: 10.00am to 6.00pm
📍 Location: TBC


Emacs: The Editor of a Lifetime - Improve your (SUTD) life with Emacs

A text editor is important to all who edit text. While being a programmer's vital tool of the trade, it's importance extends beyond just programming (all pillars, not just ISTD). In this workshop, we will be running through the basics of Emacs (text editor) to get you started on your feet. We will also be introducing Emacs' vast array of features not limited to hierachical note-taking, literate programming with python, interfacing with Git, writing Latex documents, et cetera (depending on the audience). And showcasing real-world (SUTD) use-cases for these features.

📆 Date: 23 January
⌛ Time: 7.00pm to 9.00pm
📍 Location: Think Tank 17