Jul, 27 – Jul, 31
1. Tuesday Jun, 30 # 12:00 – 15:00 EEST (11:00 – 14:00 CEST) General meeting
2. Thursday Jul, 02 # 17:00 – 20:00 EEST (16:00 – 19:00 CEST) General meeting
3. Ad hoc meetings for projects
Week 6 highlights:
We had an inspiring discussion with a distinguished graduate, mrs.Valbona Cucuri.
A real world project idea was discussed and will be implemented.
Started Kali Linux experiments.
On Thursday we will discuss:
Dominic DiFranzo D., Gloria-Garcia K. (2017) Filter bubbles and fake news. XRDS: Crossroads, The ACM Magazine for Students, Vol.23, No.3
Implementing the Decorator, Factory, and Singleton patterns.
Implementations are posted here: https://github.com/soc-2020/design-patterns
Robotics and Automation:
This week we will make some experiments with environment sensors and servo motors.
Tutorials will repeat again on:
Git and GitHub, Laravel, React
JS version here: https://github.com/soc-2020/hangman-js
b. We will do some experiments on “Trello Clone” (Full Stack Web Application and Mobile version in the future)
c. Building a simple Windows Forms app with C++.
d. Started a Todo List with Laravel. Will continue during this week. https://github.com/soc-2020/laratodo
e. Starting a new real-life project using Laravel, React, and Android/Java. Join for details.
Ongoing: A number of students started attending the following Coursera specializations:
1. Python for Everybody (taught by the amazing Charles Severance, a.k.a Dr.Chuck)
2. Applied Data Science with Python
They are both excellent and highly recommended.