Presentations/Spring 2010

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Full Presentations

Date Time Presenter(s) Topic Status Resources
01/14/2010 7:00 PM Current Lab Members Extended 1st Meeting Awesome CS Labs

Lightning Talks

Resources are presentation files or links.

Date Presenter Topic Resources
01/14/2010 Erin Kennedy BattleCode Presentation, Download BattleCode, 2009 Video
01/14/2010 Zach Shepherd Virtual Atlas
01/21/2010 Jon Deane Stellarium
01/21/2010 Erin Kennedy Different view of a desktop BumpTop

Presentation Series

Email Zach Shepherd (<email>shephezj@clarkson.edu</email>) with ideas/requests.

Linux

Below is a really rough outline.

Date Time Presenter Topic Description Resources
 ???  ??? TBA Introduction to Linux
 ???  ??? Chris Peterman Bash/shell scripting
 ???  ??? TBA Programming in Linux Discussion on compilers, IDEs, and utilities (does not cover programming)
 ???  ??? Wenjin Linux Filesystems Introduce FS data structure, Ext2, LFS
 ???  ??? TBA Linux Networking
 ???  ??? TBA The Linux Kernel (I)
...
 ???  ??? TBA The Linux Kernel (N)

Web Development

The goal of the presentations in this series is to teach attendees the basics of the topic to enable them to learn on their own.

Date Time Presenter Topic Description Resources
1/19/2010 20:00 Zach Shepherd Planning and Introduction to technologies
1/26/2010 20:00 Zach Shepherd HTML & CSS
2/2/2010 20:00 Zach Shepherd Javascript & jQuery Introduction to and basic examples of Javascript and jQuery
 ???  ??? Zach Shepherd Programming: PHP
 ???  ??? Zach Shepherd Programming: Python
 ???  ??? TBA Programming: Perl
 ???  ??? Zach Shepherd MySQL Basics
 ???  ??? TBA PostgreSQL Basics
 ???  ??? TBA XML & XSLT
 ???  ??? TBA HTML5 and CSS3
 ???  ??? TBA SVG
 ???  ??? TBA Flash
 ???  ??? TBA Flex

Masterpiece Theater

Date Time Presenter Program Film* Resources
 ???  ??? TBA GCC
 ???  ??? TBA Mediawiki
 ???  ??? TBA X11
 ???  ??? TBA SSH
  • - Keep copyright in mind; films should be in the public domain or licensed such that we can show them. (See [1] for ideas)