Next Course: Learn Git
IEEE Presents: Git!
Come to this workshop to learn about this important computer engineering topic!
All experience levels are welcomed!
Date: Monday, Feb 1, 2021
Details: This workshop will server as an introduction to the version control system Git, which is used across industry in all engineering disciplines!
About Linux: Linux has been around since the mid-1990s and has since reached a user-base that spans the globe. Linux is everywhere: from your phone, to your thermostat, to the backbone of the internet.
The instructor for this course is Matthew Teetshorn, ECE '17, email@example.com
Date: Monday, February 22
Time: 6:30pm - 9:30pm
Location: 208 Snell Engineering
Details: This workshop will focus on schematic capture and PCB layout.
We recommend bringing a laptop as a minimum number will be needed to actually connect to the Beaglebone hardware but don't let that stop you from attending if you don't have one. All who attend will be able to participate and get involved in this exciting project!
Notes: Those of you bringing a laptop should have an SSH client and an FTP program for participating in the course.
SSH: For Windows users I recommend 'Putty' as the SSH client which can be downloaded at the following link:
Click on 'putty.exe' under 'For Windows on Intel x86'
For Mac users you have a preinstalled terminal program which will suffice for the course.
FTP: For Windows users I recommend "WinSCP' from the following link:
Click on 'Portable Executables' under 'Download WinSCP'. The program will be contained in a zip file.
For Mac Users I recommend "Filezilla" which can be found here:
The file is a .tar.bz2 file which should be able to be extracted natively on Mac with the built in 'Archive Utility'
Other than that, just bring your motivation and desire to learn some really fun, useful stuff and have a great time!