This event is sponsored by Google. Google Applied CS workshop Part 2 will be on Android Development. We will be completing the Scarne’s dice game on Google Applied CS. Accounts are free. For the workshop we expect you know some Java Programming. And have attended our Google applied CS workshop part 1 OR have installed Android Studio and installed all the required SDKs and emulators to run an android project.
The Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) is an internationally recognized organization and the world’s largest educational and scientific computing society. It helps you get affiliated with a professional organization in your field that will stay with you for the rest of your career. It is FREE and open to ALL FIU students.
How to join:
ACM is free and open to all FIU students, that’s regardless of major, GPA, and if you think arrays should start at 0, 1, or something else. To officially join through the university click here.
Join the conversation with your fellow ACM members on, Slack , get access to our Trello to find ways you can get more involved with ACM. You can also form channels, connect other ACM members, share fire programming memes, etc. What’s not to love?