Queen’s 1.18 - 27th April 2017 - 2-3pm
MVB 1.11 - 26th April 2017 - 5-6pm
Spring 1990, Berkeley: “You’re really going to need to narrow your focus if you expect to graduate. And if you want a job afterward. I hope you’ve decided what’s important to you.” “Yes I have.” “Oh good. And that is what?” “Surprise and whimsy.”
DownUnder GeoSolutions are giving a talk about how they use thousands of Intel Xeon Phi processor instead of GPU’s in their high performance computing setup.
We’re hosting a Google Hash Code hub for the first time this year. Come and compete in the comfort of MVB 1.11 with plenty of free pizza.
This year we’re holding our first ever Explore Week Hackathon! Make the most of a week free from lectures and deadlines by entering our biggest, best Hackathon yet.
How do companies deliver software to their customers? Oracle has to do this at huge scale, delivering software at a wide variety of frequencies for a whole range of different needs.
Time to celebrate the end of Exams!
What’s this? A CSS Pub Quiz? Christmas must have come early! (Aha, I slay myself! [Or should I say, I SLEIGH myself - Sorry, I’ll stop])
This talk will briefly introduce BAE Systems Applied Intelligence and the Capture The Flag event which is being hosted in MVB on December 3rd. It will cover what the challenges are, how to play them and go over some of the skills and tools required to succeed in these events.
Gresham Computing are coming to the department to talk about AWS and cloud computing.
What’s the best way to chill after a long day of lectures and studying? Obviously Free Pizza and Video Games!
With any design, it is important to know how big a success (or failure!) a new feature is.
Note: signup is essential - don’t delay!
Confused about coding? Crying over your compiler errors? Can’t cope with the computer conundrums?
Further to the success of last year’s Panel Discussion about Equality and Diversity, the Computer Science Society will hold a cross-faculty dialogue about Wellbeing and Workload on October 26 from 5–7pm in Pugsley Lecture Theater, Queen’s Building.
The CSS Bar Crawl returns for another year!
We have an engineer from Bloomberg coming to talk to us about how the JVM executes Java.
Interested in (casually!) playing one of these sports in a CS team?
We’re lucky to have two engineers from Oracle’s Bristol office coming to the department next Tuesday to talk about software deployment and delivery.
This year, we’re starting a monthly(-ish) email newsletter. Find out about CSS events, news, trips and job postings.
Hello and welcome to all of you who will be joining us this year.
It is that time of year again where we look back on the year that has just passed. What went well, what could have gone better, what moments we cherished - but most importantly - who got you that 2:1 in the unit that everyone failed!
We held our annual CSS Summer BBQ in Brandon Hill Park on June 4. Here are the photos!
Interested in wellbeing in the department? Bring your lunch to 3.22MVB on a Friday.
The annual CSS BBQ is upon us again!
Welcome to the updated CSS website!
This could be you!