Welcome to the BULLSYNC page for the USF branch of the Association for Computing Machinery!
Some of the benefits our members enjoy include presentations by industry speakers presenting topics on the latest developments in technology, with free food and drinks, social events, career contacts and planning, the ACM annual programming competition, leadership opportunities, and much more!
Hey USF ACM Members!
Its time to announce the Fall 2016 Semester Events! Please take a second to RSVP to any events that look interesting. RSVPs help us to determine food and materials we need for each event. Feel free to share this with any USF friends.
ACM Fall Schedule August 22nd – November 30th (~14 Weeks)
Meetings to occur on Tuesdays or Thursdays.
August 22nd Engineering Welcome
In conjunction with the Engineering Council the Fish Bowl has been reserved for 6:30-7:30 PM the first day of class. Event will feature one dozen engineering student organizations representing every department from the College of Engineering. The event will kick off with 15 minutes of socializing followed by 2 minute elevator pitches by each of the attending organizations. This will be followed by food, drinks and signup with organizations.
September 19th Do Career Fair the Right Way! - ENB 313 @6:30PM
Join us and crack the code for technical interviews with practice questions from Facebook and Google! We will also help with polishing your resume and answer questions about Career Fair.
September 27th Nielsen Agile Workshop - ENB 109 @6PM
Come out and learn how to approach project managements within an appropriate time frame. This is a great opportunity for you to learn this essential skill that most major software development companies use as well as network with professionals.
September 28th Deloitte Software Design Workshop - ENB 109 @4PM
Deloitte will be visiting ACM to present a practical, interactive, and fun workshop titled "Decomposing Requirements for a High Level Software Design." There will be free food and a chance to personally network with Deloitte before their Info Session!
October 3rd Technical Workshop – ENB 313 @6:30PM
A workshop on a special topics in computer science.
October 17th Google Tech Talk: Women in Technology
In this presentation, we'll explore the role of diversity in creating productive teams and how the history of computer science and programming shapes the industry today. We'll also be looking why fewer women are coding, and what we can do to design better software products that all users can enjoy.
October 18th See MIPs Run!
MIPS is RISC Architecture. For FALL 2016 ACM has secured funding for MIPS microcontroller purchases. For many engineers experience with assembly can be a profound experience. Profoundly difficult and profoundly rewarding. This event hopes to gently introduce students to some elements of assembly.
October 24th Go With the Flow
Tensor Flow is a open source software library for machine learning developed and used by Google with C++ and Python APIs. This event will feature examples and tutorials.
November 4th Google Application Engine
Using credit for Google Application Engine. We will create simple full stack web applications. Example shall feature version control. Automatic Deployment and testing.
November 7th – 11th Every Day & Twice on Sundays
C++ is the successor to C and is a widely used programming language. The principle of polymorphism, abstraction, and inheritance are critical for quality software development. This event will use select exercise from the book “Thinking in C++”. We will be covering subjects such as Hiding Implementation, Function Overloading and Default Arguments, Name Control & the Copy Constructor, Inheritance, Polymorphism and Templates.
Good luck this Fall semester and have fun!
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Academic & Professional
This is your 2017-2018 Student Organization Advisor. Note: Student organization advisors must be a current full-time faculty or staff member or a graduate assistant at the University of South Florida Tampa campus with a valid USF email address and NetID.
All student organizations at the University of South Florida Tampa campus are required to have an advisor in order to maintain the organization's active status. An advisor must be a full time faculty/staff or graduate assistant at the Tampa campus. Your advisor must confirm their role as the advisor in your organization. Enter your advisor's email and an Advisor Approval Form will be sent to him/her for approval. You are encouraged to inform your advisor in advance of a forthcoming email from this system because your organization cannot complete the registration process to become an active organization until your advisor has approved the request.
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