This is a series of programming sessions lead by instructor Andew Rudder designed to prepare our IEEE at Humber student branch for future coding challenges such as IEEE Xtreme. These sessions will be held at Humber College and will be interactive so please bring a laptop with you. Over the 6 weeks we will be practicing logic questions while learning new coding techniques from sorting to data structures. The sessions will also be open to questions and student ideas.
Day & Time: Friday November 23rd, 2018
5:00 p.m. ‐ 8:00 p.m.
Speaker: Andew Rudder
Secretary, IEEE at Humber Student Branch
Organizers: IEEE Toronto WIE, Humber Student Branch
Location: Humber College North Campus, Room F312
Contact: IEEE Humber
This Friday, November 23 at 5pm, we will be having our 4th programming session. The session will be held in F312, in one of the hive rooms. Please let us know if you can attend.
Due to the popularity and interest in these sessions, we will be extending these sessions to 3 hours from now on. Last week we practiced with Link Lists but asked everyone to try and finish a complete link list with these functions by this Friday:
I attached a sample of a link list with only the first three functions. At the beginning of the next session we will answer any lingering link lists questions, and Andrew Rudder will go over the advantages and disadvantages of using a link list. Also, Robert Lengyel will be talking about vectors and strings. With our remaining time we will be continuing to explore steganography.
This Google drive link has all of the documents and coding files we utilized during the first 2 sessions.