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Fall 2017

HackUTD Front End Workshop

October 24 2017 08:30 PM
ECSS 2.415

Interested but too busy to learn about front-end web dev? Come down and we'll cook up a simple frontend, as a quick crash-course on what you need to know! Bring your Comet Card for free pizza!

Fall Highlights
Stay Late and Code

October 3 2017 08:00 PM · Blackstone Launchpad

Come and bring your personal projects to our late night programming session! Mentors and faculty will be there to help and guide you!

ACM + Credera

October 5 2017 08:30 PM · ECSS 2.410

Join us for an exciting evening with the technology solutions firm Credera! Their consultants will share the projects they have worked on, what they love about working at Credera, and a Q/A session to finish it off. Come learn more about Credera and bring your Comet Card for free pizza!

ACM + Cisco

October 19 2017 08:30 PM · SLC 1.102

More and more organizations are turning to the cloud for their mission-critical applications. In addition, people are no longer spending 8 hours a day behind a cubicle and a mobile workforce is becoming the norm. How can an organization address these two key areas of change? We will have an overview and discussion on how an organization can improve their security posture as they address these changes in the workforce.

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ACM Industry Series

At ACM Industry Series events, we host companies from around Dallas and around the country to give students an inside view of what it's like to work in the software space, and how to get there.

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A few of the many incredible companies we've had the pleasure of hosting

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ACM Projects

ACM Projects are ACM's semester-long guided projects for those new to software development, teaching collaborative tools, new technologies, and core development principles earlier and complimentary to curriculum.

ACM Labs

ACM Labs is ACM's own in-house engineering team consisting of student project managers, developers, and designers referred internally and vetted with interviews working on a variety of new projects and platforms for the communnity at UT Dallas and beyond.

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ACM HackUTD

HackUTD is the official student hackathon of UT Dallas and North Texas' largest university hackathon, run by ACM in partnership with Major League Hacking. HackUTD 16 brought over 400 students together for 24 hours of ideas, code, and design, and HackUTD 17's going even bigger.

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