SiTS has several collections of related events, structured into tracks.

Spring 2019 Tracks

Hardware - Learn how to program arduinos, drones, and more! Events in this track will use hardware to explore how we connect computer science to the physical world.

  • Arduinos
  • Sensors and Peripherals
  • Raspberry Pis

Computer Graphics - Excited by the prospect of creating your own virtual worlds? Start programming graphical applications, learn what a shader is, and work with virtual and augmented reality!

  • Visual Programming In Processing
  • GLSL With Shadertoy
  • Virtual/Mixed Reality

Data Science - Over the past several years, the amount of data in our world has been increasing exponentially from a few megabytes to over 2.5 billion gigabytes. It’s becoming increasingly important for us to not only understand what this data is and where it’s coming from, but how we can use it effectively, which is exactly where the events in this track come into play!

  • Google Analytics
  • Google Cloud Platform
  • Data Visualization with Power BI

Past Tracks

Fall 2018

Modern Workflow - Events in this track will examine the ways that modern software applications are developed. This includes version control, agile methodology, and enterprise information flow.

  • Version Control
  • Project Management
  • Agile Methodology
  • Enterprise Information Flow

Web Development - Events in the Web Development track are focused on the tools used for modern web development. We'll start off with basic HTML and JavaScript before delving into modern frameworks for both front-end and back-end development.

  • Fundamentals of Web Development
  • React and Redux
  • Databases

Machine Learning - Events in the Machine Learning track will get you started making applications to perform machine learning. Tools like TensorFlow and scikit-learn will be covered, as well as how Microsoft Azure can assist in machine learning projects.

  • Azure Machine Learning
  • Python Foundations and SciKit-Learn
  • Tensor Flow and Neural Networks

Career Building - Events in the Career Building track are focused on students going into the industry - what do you need to know to build a killer resume, negotiate your salary, or talk to representatives at career fairs? These events are co-hosted by Women in Computing Sciences (WiCS).

  • Resume Workshop
  • Technical Interview Workshop: Part 1
  • Technical Interview Workshop: Part 2
  • Career Fair Etiquette and Preparation
  • Salary Negotiation Workshop