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CompE Weekly Email

We have a lot of stuff on the way! More than enough to overwhelm our VP Social, but we're pushing through. We met with Startup Edmonton and Google this past week to discuss coding competitions and the January hack-a-thon, so stay tuned for even more event updates!

  1. New Executive
  2. Solder Workshop
  3. Curling Bonspiel
  4. CSEC Exam
  5. Edmonton Startup Week
  6. Microsoft Events
  7. Startup Edmonton Weekly Hack Night
  8. New Logo…?

1. New Executive

Our Fall General Meeting went craaaaazy good. Thank you all of the ~70 people who joined us! Through some stressful election shenanigans (which proved engineers are in fact NOT good at math), we would like to welcome our new executive members:
Second Year Rep: Arjun Kalburgi, Coop Rep: Derek Shultz, Stock Reps: Andy Keller, Stefan Martynkiw and Dannick Pomerleau, Geer Week Reps: Brittany Lamorie and Jacob Ortt.

2. Solder Workshop

We are working with the Edmonton New Technology Society to have some soldering workshops for students to learn to solder or improve their existing skills. The project and date will be decided on soon. Please email Andrew at social@compeclub.com if you're interested - we would like a rough estimate, so please email even if you have nothing to say.

3. Curling Bonspiel

The Computer Engineering Club Curling Bonspiel will be taking place on November 15th, at the Granite Curling Club. Entry fee is $30/person, with teams of 4 – this includes dinner, equipment rentals, a free tutorial for beginners, and lots of prizes! We highly encourage everyone to sign up early, since there are a limited number of teams in the roster.

Registration is open at the Computer Engineering Club (ETL E2-040M)!

4. CSEC Exam

Can you keep a secret?

The Engineering Employment Centre is running a CSEC Examination on September 25th at 5:15pm in ETLC E2-002 for those interested in working for Communications Security Establishment Canada. The exam is open to 3rd+ year students and new grads in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or Electrical Engineering.

You can find more information off this poster.

CSEC will also be available to answer questions at the Career Fair on September 24th.

5. Edmonton Startup Week

Startup Edmonton is running their huge
Edmonton Startup Week through the week of October 20th. This week holds a ton of events, including keynotes, activities, mentoring, and a Job Fair!

For those interested in startups, or even just looking for work at a local business, we highly recommend checking out all the activities that are planned.

Find out more at http://edmontonstartupweek.com/ .

6. Microsoft Events

Microsoft events are coming up next week! Here is the schedule, with more information to come.

Microsoft Store Event – Wednesday, October 1st
Microsoft Office Hours – Thursday, October 2nd
Microsoft Coding Competition – Thursday, October 2nd

Stay tuned.

7. Startup Edmonton Weekly Hack Night

Startup Edmonton is hosting a weekly hack night for developers who want to code and collaborate for a few hours after school / work. It's a great opportunity to work alongside other developers who can help you out if you are stuck on a problem. Bring your own project or work with someone else. Developers of all experience levels are welcome!

Doors open around 6 pm and hacking continues until 9pm or so. All you need is a laptop and a project to work on.

Details here.

We're looking at changing our logo, and we want your help! We have some ideas at this point but nothing we can all agree on so we want your ideas too! If you have any sketches, Photoshop masterpieces or any other design that might work as our new logo send them our way, to Brittany at internal@compeclub.com. You have until October 15th to get your submissions in, so don't hesitate to send us your ideas!