Friday Hacks #204, August 13: Welcome Tea and Building things in public
Posted on by Hao Wei
In the jargon of the computer programmer, a hacker is someone who strives to solve problems in elegant and ingenious ways.
Date/Time: Friday, August 13 at 7:00pm
Venue: Online on Zoom
Zoom Link: https://nus-sg.zoom.us/j/83651946480?pwd=dG84TWFOQUltWjE4bUlWaWF1bEcvdz09
Welcome back to Friday Hacks!
We will be sharing about what we do and the importance of fostering hacker culture in NUS. We will also give an overview of the events that we have lined up for the upcoming academic year and how you can get involved in helping us spread the joy of hacking!
All freshmen and current students from all faculties, as well as anyone else who is interested, are all welcome to attend!
See you there!
Building things in public
In this talk, I will share some of my experiences building things in public, and talk about why you should do it and what you should look out for. This talk is centered around Org-roam, a plain-text knowledge management system built on Emacs and Org-mode.
Jethro is an ex-coreteam member of NUS Hackers, and currently a machine learning engineer at ByteDance. When he is not writing code, he enjoys playing the guitar and video games.