Added UNIX 102 event and updated date for most recent Fyenman lecture.

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Elana Hashman 11 years ago
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<!DOCTYPE eventdefs SYSTEM "csc.dtd" [<!ENTITY mdash "&#x2014;">]>
<eventdefs>
<!-- Winter 2012 -->
<!-- /////////// UPCOMING EVENTS \\\\\\\\\\\\
<eventitem date="2012-03-15" time="5:30 PM" room="ENG LAB" title="Introduction to Hardware">
<short>
<p><i>by Calum T. Dalek</i>. Soldering tutorial intro.
</p>
</short>
<abstract>
<p>Soldering tutorial abstract.
</p>
</abstract>
</eventitem>
<eventitem date="2012-03-08" time="5:30 PM" room="MC 3003" title="UNIX 102">
<short>
<p><i>by Calum T. Dalek</i>. Intro to UNIX 102.
<p><i>by Calum T. Dalek</i>. The Computer Science Club will be running the
second installment of our introductory UNIX tutorials for the term. We
will be covering topics intended to show off the development-friendliness of
the UNIX computing environment: "real" document editors, development tools,
bash scripting, and version control.
</p>
</short>
<abstract>
<p>Abstract for UNIX 102.
<p>New to the UNIX computing environment? If you seek an introduction, look
no further. We will be covering more advanced topics in the second installment
of our introductory tutorials, that will help you become a more effective
developer.
</p>
<p>We will be introducing "real" document editors, bash scripting, and
version control. We'll prove to you how much more efficient you can develop
with these tools and teach you how to do it for yourself. It will save you hours
of work!
</p>
</abstract>
</eventitem>
-->
<eventitem date="2012-03-02" time="7:00 PM" room="MC 3001" title="OpenCL Code Party">
<short>
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</abstract>
</eventitem>
<eventitem date="2012-02-29" time="5:30 PM" room="PHY 150" title="Feynman Messenger Lecture Series">
<eventitem date="2012-03-07" time="5:30 PM" room="PHY 150" title="Feynman Messenger Lecture Series">
<short>
<p><i>by Calum T. Dalek</i>. Join the Computer Science Club and PhysClub every Wednesday evening for the rest of the term for our five screenings of the classic 1964 Messenger Lecture Series by Richard Feynman in PHY 150. Dinner provided!
</p>

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