Announcements

This week, BBQ! 0xDEADBEEF

We could have a fancy post with words and stuff about the meeting, but really, I think the following picture,...

Today! Free software installfest 2007!

Sorry for the late announcement everyone...

Exam time treat

We forgot to send this out earlier, but here goes...

Meeting: Movie night!

Hello all, movie night this week :-)

Welcome the new board (Evil Regime)

For those of you who didn't show up today, we voted (and had a barbecue!), and so thusly we have...

OMG ELECTIONS BBQ

This week, we've already had a terrific meeting on the dangers of DAS KEYBOARDEN (and how you can protect yourself),...

How to win the battle against the keyboard

Just a clarification, this meeting is tomorrow.

How to win the battle against the keyboard

You're all going to be typing for the rest of your natural life. Typing hurts.

Googles Coming! Room Change

There's going to be a room change for the Google meeting this Thursday. The meeting will actually be held in...

Google's Coming!

This week, Jay Crim and Constantinos Michael are coming to give a talk about their work at Google's New York...

Supercomputers!

This week we have a special meeting: an Adjunct Research Scientist with a long history both at Hopkins and in...

Meeting Mar 29: Class discussion

In honor of your impending course selection deadlines, we're going to have one of our *famous* class discussion meetings!

Wii Want You!

The ACM has swum the icey depths of space, crawled through the tunnels underneath Mordor, and taken a helicopter to...

Promit Part 2, Thursday, March 8th

Programming in Java and .NET is easier, safer, and more productive. That doesn't mean it has to be slower. Learn...

Subversion! Thursday March 1

When you want to snapshot your work, compare it against future or past versions, you need a revision control system....

Pimp Your Code, part 1

We've all slaved for hours getting our code to work correctly. But sometimes, correct just isn't good enough.

Great Scott! A meeting!

This week, the ACM is hosting a discussion with the current CS chair, Dr. Scott Smith.

Questing for adventure: Adaptive RFID!

This week on Lost Treasures of Johns-Hopkins, we'll be investigating the much-feared Adaptive RFID.

Errors are in Bad Taste

I'm sorry, I thought we'd have Shaffer 3 for the meeting this Thursday, but we'll actually be in Remsen 101....

Bad Taste vs Good Tastes: Which will prevail?

This week, join us in the oral arena for a fight to end all fights. In one corner, our movie...