You are invited to join Robert Li from Google headquarters in California for this Sunday’s Android Workshop. Please come if this is your first time or if you have attended previous weekends. You will be building the Binary Search Tree activity. The pre-work is a quick read here, reviewing the Binary Search Tree.
Be sure to start reviewing the process for the Code Sprint as well. You’ll be breaking into teams to develop a basic app/game!
The workshop will start at 1pm and will end at 6pm in JBWS 267. Students do not have to stay the whole time and you are welcome to come in a bit late. Please bring your laptop and review the material above!
Have a good week,
Michael Lykaios Guerrero
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All students are invited to join Google engineers on Sunday afternoons from 1-6 in JBWS 261 for the Android Operating System Workshop. This is an amazing opportunity to learn computing skills directly from the Google engineers working in industry. It will be helpful to have some experience with programing, but interested students are encouraged to attend. Students do not have to arrive on time, or stay for the entire workshop.
Also, feel free to come by if you can picture yourself working for Google. The engineers are very happy to answer career questions. The engineers are flying to Austin just to meet with you! They are very eager to pass on their knowledge of industry and computing skills. Stop by from 1 – 6 in JBWS 261 on Sunday!
Pizza will be served in the afternoon for students participating in the workshop! See you there!
Google will be hosting the Applied CS Android Workshop starting next month. You will have a unique opportunity to work side-by-side with Google engineers to create projects using the Android operating system. This workshop is meant to educate students on Google’s operating system, which will help add to a CS portfolio. The dates are March 19th, 26th then April 2nd, 9th (skip the 16th for Easter) then come back April 23rd and 30th.
If you’re interested in being in the workshop please email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you to those that have already sent me an RSVP. Requirements: If you want to participate in the workshop you must have taken or be in COSC 3327 Algorithms and Data Structures Spring 2017.
Please RSVP if you want to participate, thank you to those that have already sent me an RSVP!
Michael L. Guerrero
Capstone Ecuador Study Abroad Spring 2017
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Juniors and Seniors if interested please email Dr. Toledo to be placed on a mailing list with course updates.
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