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Upcoming events

In view of COVID-19, all our events are now hosted online!

Friday Hacks

  1. #198:
    Online on Zoom
    • How Fluminu(r)s was Built

      Julius Putra Tanu Setiaji (NUS alumnus)
    • URA - Space Out Project

      Jazreel Siew (Urban Redevelopment Authority)
  2. No Friday Hacks
  3. #199:
    Online on Zoom
    • Relational Programming in miniKanren

      William Byrd (University of Alabama at Birmingham)
    • Implementing a Kanren from the Ground Up

      Jason Hemann (Northeastern University)
  4. No Friday Hacks
  5. #200:
    Online on Zoom
    • No-Code:The future of software development?

      Edward Hutchins (ThoughtWorks)
    • 10 Things We Learnt at YCombinator

      Thet Lin Thu (Traverse)
  6. No Friday Hacks
  7. No Friday Hacks
  8. #201:
    Online on Zoom
    • A Sneak Peek at a DSL for Computational Law

      Wong Meng Wong (Legalese)
    • ML & MLOps @ Google

      Vincent Tatan (Google)
  9. #202:
    Online on Zoom
    • Beyond Ruby 3.0

      Yukihiro Matsumoto
    • What's Love Got to Do With It? Ruby and Sentiment Analysis

      Ben Greenberg (Vonage)
  10. #203:
    Online on Zoom
    • Help! I Just Got Hired As A Junior Dev

      Eugene Cheah (UI-licious)
    • Disaster Recovery with Postman.gov.sg

      Kee Wei Lam (OpenGov Products)
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Hacker Tools

  1. Online on Zoom

    Virtual machines and installing Ubuntu

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    Shell and scripting

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    CLI data wrangling

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    Web browser customisation, and online security and privacy

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    CLI debugging and profiling

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  1. Seminar Room 1, COM1, NUS

    Introduction to Git and GitHub

  2. LT15, AS6, NUS

    Introduction to HTML/CSS

  3. Seminar Room 1, COM1, NUS

    Web development with Rails

  4. Seminar Room 3, COM1, NUS

    Introduction to PowerShell

  5. Seminar Room 1, COM1, NUS

    Introduction to Bayesian Networks

  6. Seminar Room 1, COM1, NUS

    Introduction to Augmented and Virtual Reality

  7. Seminar Room 1, COM1, NUS

    Developing Telegram Bots using Python

  8. Seminar Room 1, COM1, NUS

    Introduction to Rust

  9. Seminar Room 1, COM1, NUS

    Basic Python + Programming Crash Course

  10. Seminar Room 1, COM1, NUS

    Fun Data Visualisations & Data Wrangling with Python

  11. Seminar Room 1, COM1, NUS

    Introduction to Machine Learning with Python

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    Introduction to Python

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    Automation with Python

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    Introduction to Git

  15. Online on Zoom

    HTML & CSS

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    Markov Chain Monte Carlo

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    React Concurrent Mode

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    Advanced Git

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    Telegram Bots

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  • Friday Hacks #203, March 26

    Sat, Mar 13 • 2 min read
    Date/Time: Friday, March 26 at 7:00pm SGT (11am GMT) Venue: Online on Zoom Zoom Link: https://www.nushackers.org/fh203zoom Help! I Just Got Hired As a … more
  • Friday Hacks #201, March 12

    Mon, Mar 8 • 2 min read
    Ever wondered how Gmail detects spam mail (or fails to, like Archipelago invitations)? Or whether you can use code to describe a legal contract? Tune … more
  • Friday Hacks #200, February 19

    Mon, Feb 8 • 2 min read
    What if you could “code” by drawing pictures? How does a Silicon Valley summer pan out for a NOC alumnus’ startup? Join us to answer these, and more! more
  • Friday Hacks #199, February 5

    Mon, Jan 25 • 2 min read
    Think OOP is passé? Love declarative code? Join the authors of the “The Reasoned Schemer” in the wonder of logic programming. more
  • Friday Hacks #198, January 22

    Tue, Jan 19 • 2 min read
    Tired of LumiNUS? Want to know which malls are the most crowded? Tune in for the first Friday Hack of the year, with talks about Fluminus, a hack … more
  • Friday Hacks #197, November 06

    Fri, Oct 30 • 2 min read
    This week, we’ll be talking about using AI to optimize revenue and uptake in tourism, and using Kafka to handle 2 billion triggers a day! more

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