- Microsoft, Wednesday LG26 @ 15:30
- HackerClub, Thursday L101 @ 16:00
- Mid-Semester Drinks, Thursday Nubar @ 19:00
- Engineering and Computing Ball
Microsoft are back again! Last time Microsoft came in we had a fantastic coding competition, and now they’re back to talk to us.
What’s the talk? They’ll be telling us about how they deliver services to their Office Customers on a day to day basis.
Sign up here, so we know how much pizza to order:
Come along to LG26 on the first day of November at 15:30. Redbrick, Microsoft and pizza is turning out to be quite the combination.
See y’all there! https://www.facebook.com/events/1560927170635953/
Hackerclub will be continuing as usual this Thursday, starting at 4pm.
Come on down to practice your programming, eat pizza, and chat with us!
We’ll be working through some less-demanding problems until 5pm, and then we’ll step up the difficulty for the brave amongst you!
It’s reading week, and that means there’s less people around than usual. Some of your friends may have gone home for the week, some may actually be hitting the books, but your friends at Redbrick won’t let you down!
Redbrick wil host a mid-semester party in the NuBar next Thursday starting at 19:00.
Feel free to pop down at any time, it’s a great opportunity to get to know other members and the committee!
The Engineering and Redbrick societies have been working hard over the past few months to bring you one of the top highlights of the year!
THE ENGINEERING AND COMPUTING BALL
It will take place on Thursday, November 16th, in The Bonnington Dublin, on the Swords road.
The event will be as follows:
- Prosecco Reception
- 3 course banquet
Dress code is formal so stay classy 😉
Tickets available here:
Hacktoberfest is ending this week sadly. So get your pull requests in by the 31st!
The annual month-long event to promote contributing to open source projects.
If you make 4 pull requests to open source repo you will get a sweet t-shirt from DigitalOcean & Github. All of Redbrick’s repos (https://github.com/redbrick) are eligible, so make sure you check it out and contribute!
We’ve tagged some issues with the ‘Hacktoberfest’ label to get you started.
Chris Dowling (winesnob)
Redbrick PRO 2017-2018