One of our members, Paul Bunbury, is still missing. If you have seen him anytime since February the 2nd, please let us know! (more information below).
Welcome back to a new semester! We’re starting things off quiet, but don’t worry, there’ll be more than enough to keep you guys occupied soon!
This weeks web update includes:
- Message from the Chair
- Science Hackday
- BYOPC LAN
- Android Application for DCUfm
- Tech Week
When the news that our close friend Paul was missing I was in Brussels as part of a Redbrick trip and, like many others I have spoken to, couldn’t believe it was true. It was incredible to watch as our members, without being prompted or asked or pushed, dropped everything and worked together to help and find him. From getting people to retweet to getting the article to page 2 on Reddit, it was all so amazing to watch. It was a deeply humbling experience. I feel incredibly proud of the members of Redbrick for all the continued work in searching for bunbun. As most of you are aware he was last seen on Thursday the 2nd of February and has not been seen since.
Myself and the whole committee would like to thank all of Redbrick’s members wholeheartedly for pulling together the way you are. Let’s keep looking and raising awareness as much as possible.
Please, keep spreading the word about bunbun, we all want him back safe and sound as soon as possible. Check out the Facebook page for all up to date information at http://www.facebook.com/pages/Find-Paul-Bunbury/344019265618990.
On Saturday and Sunday, the 3rd and 4th of March, DCU will hold host to a Science Hackday. The event starts at 9am on Saturday, and ends at 6pm on Sunday. For more information, and to register, check out http://www.sciencehackdaydublin.com/ .
TCD’s NetSoc (Internet Society) will be hosting an Intersocs LAN on Saturday the 18th of February, in association with DUCSS (TCD’s Computer Science Society), UCD NetSoc, and Redbrick. Be ready to start gaming from 6pm until 10am the following morning! All you need to bring is yourself, a computer, and if possible, some extra Ethernet cables and extension leads as supplies may be limited.
Familiar with how to build mobile apps for Android? DCUfm are looking for developers to help them build an Android version of their app. There is no payment, but it will no doubt add greatly to your experience, and will look great on your CV. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org .
Tech Week will be coming up soon! The week will begin on the 5th of March, and will be full of interesting talks. More information to follow in the coming weeks, so keep your eyes peeled!