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 30th, 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
Our next programming session is Friday November 30th, from 5pm – 8pm in room F312. Snacks will be served!
Last week we reviewed Link lists and the key differences & uses between Link-Lists and Arrays. We then covered vectors in depth. And then, we went further with stenography with a demonstration of an LSB bitmap encoder. Sample code for this encoder is located in week 4 of this google drive:
This week we will continue exploring stenography, practice with vectors, and take a deeper look into strings.