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chat.ndlug.org is finally up and running

Everyone say hello to chat.ndlug.org, NDLUG’s very own host dedicated to chatting!


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NDLUG Meeting 11/15/2018

Secratary Andrew Litteken walks us through how to build a compiler for a programming language and the open source space.


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NDLUG Meeting 11/01/2018

Professor Bui and Vice President Cat Vajiac walk through an introduction to Ricing.


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NDLUG Meeting 10/25/2018

In the midst of HacktoberFest, President Tim Burchfield (8bit) talks about contibuting to Open Source.


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NDLUG Meeting 08/04/2018

A crash course in the history of LaTeX, presented by resident ND CSE LaTeX guru Professor Chiang.


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NDLUG Meeting 08/30/2018

The first meeting of NDLUG in the Fall 2018 Semester.


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NDLUG meeting 04/11/2018

As part of the hackathon preparation, a number of members, including Jeffrey, gave short talks on things that might be useful. Anyways, Jeffrey didn’t make slides, but then someone asked him to after he presented, so he did.


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NDLUG Meeting 4/11/18

In preparation for the coming hackathon, President Tim Burchfield reviews some of the less taught aspects of git, including: Forking, Branching, Rebasing, Merging, Pull Requests and Scale


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NDLUG 2018 Elections

We decided to force people to record videos to run for the officer chairs. Here were the results:


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NDLUG in Silicon Valley
img { width: 85%; } The Silicon Valley Semester chapter of the Notre Dame Linux User’s Group participated in World Create Day 2018. We got together for a global day of hacking in community. Each participant came in with either a working project, an idea for a new project, or just their creativity and an open mind. We had an alumni mentor (David Mattia ‘17) join us and give us tips on our projects.