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Welcome to Summer 2017 term!
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Local Events
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August 12-13 @ ECSS 2.312Weekend with Raspberry Pi - hands-on sessions with experts Prof. John Cole, Dr. Bill Pervin & Mr. Charath Ranganathan. Topics will be Python Projects with Pi, Assembly programming in Pi & Node.JS with Pi. Attendees are welcome to attend one or all workshops! Complete details @ utdallas.edu/k12/files/raspberry.pdf​ Register @ bit.ly/csor-rpi Cost: $10 for UTD folks and $25 for others. You are strongly encouraged to bring Pi 3 and accessories to do hands-on exercises - but it is also OK to come and see them as demos instead.Confirmed
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WebEx Technical Talks
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These online sessions are convenient for all & easier to reach Out-of-town experts. Listen to their thoughts/ideas, then post your questions & get answers! So, get comfortable in your home or wherever you are & join the webex session http://utdallas.webex.com/meet/veerasam - Check this page again as we get closer to event dates to confirm
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These talks are cancelled for remaining weeks of Summer due to poor attendance & to value presentors' time.
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Welcome to Fall 2017 term!
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CodeWarmers Online Course (FREE)
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Starts on Monday Sep 2nd (Webex Intro session Saturday Aug 26 9-10pm, In-person intro sessions on Friday Aug 25 3-5pm & Saturday Sep 2 6-8pm) Purpose of this online course is to improve programming skills by solving simple Programming Competition problems. We will start with a few simple programming contest problems & use auto-grader to test the accuracy and efficiency of our solutions. As long as you are comfortable with programming basics in any one language C++/Java/Python, you should do OK in this online course.

You can register @ http://bit.ly/utdcwreg and get instant access to the course - once you submit for all 14 weeks, we will generate a certificate for you! If you find the problems difficult, try working with a friend. Alternatively, you can sign-up for online or in-person tutoring @ $14 per hour. Details @ utdallas.edu/k12/custom
Self enroll @ http://bit.ly/utdcwregContest problems @ usaco.org
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Welcome Week Technical Talks
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We will have the technical talks in TI auditorium (ECSS) @ 11:30am followed by lunch, unless some other time or location is clearly specified. There is no need to register - just show up on time! Lunch will be given only to the students who attend the talk :-)
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Monday, Aug 21Real time analytics & Big Data by Shrinath Parikh (MSCS'14), Lead Big Data Analytics Engineer, Fujitsu Tentative
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Tuesday, Aug 22IOT, by Varadha Sundaram of AT&T. Tentative
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Wednesday, Aug 23Anatomy of Hackathon - Rahul Sonwalkar & Radhika Kalaiselvan, participants of recent Sabre Hackathon in Las Vegas
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Thursday, Aug 24
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Friday, Aug 25
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Tuesday, Aug 29
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Wednesday, Aug 30
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Thursday, Aug 31
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Friday Sep 1 @ 2pmInternship Roundtable: We welcome you to come & interact with a few students who have just returned after Summer internship at various companies around US!
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WebEx Technical Talks
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These online sessions are convenient for all & easier to reach Out-of-town experts. Listen to their thoughts/ideas, then post your questions & get answers! So, get comfortable in your home or wherever you are & join the webex session http://utdallas.webex.com/meet/veerasam - Check this page again as we get closer to event dates to confirm
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Sat August 26 @ 9pmIntroduction to Programming Contest problems, Dr. Jey VeerasamyTentative
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Wed August 30 @ 9pm"Ask Me Anything" online session with Vivek Ravishankar, Hackerrank CEO. More details will be added here.Tentative
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Sat Sep 2 @ 9pmDocker, new generation container provider, by Varadha Sundaram of AT&T. Docker is the new generation container provider. Using Docker software deployment and scaling is much simpler and efficient. This presentation will cover docker and open container initiative. Tentative
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Introductory/Refresher Coding Workshops
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Whether you are new to coding or you want to refresh your coding skills in specific language, following workshops will help you! We will work on a series of problems to get familiar with each language. We welcome all UTD students to attend and take advantage of these FREE workshops. Limited # of seats. See the updates @ bit.ly/utd-cs-events before coming to the workshop.
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Sat August 26 1-6pmEnjoyable Introduction to Coding with "Khan Academy JavaScript" - SLC 1.102Tentative
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Sun August 27 2-5pm & Sun Sep 3 2-5pmIntroductory Python - ECSS 2.102
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Sat Sep 2 1-6pmIntroductory C++ - SLC 1.102Tentative
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Sat Sep 9 1-6pmIntroductory Java - SLC 1.102
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Weekend Workshop Series
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This series of advanced level workshops are ideal for juniors/seniors/graduate students. Advanced level high school students & professionals are welcome to attend as well. Unless the event entry says FREE & no RSVP needed, you need to register in advance.
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Saturday August 26: Latest Technologies & Frameworks : 10am-12:30pm, followed by interviewing & networking tips 1-5pm, register @ bit.ly/prof-dev-utd"Interaction with UTD Alum Chandar Dhall (CEO, Cazton.com & UTD Alumni - MSCS'07). Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/csdhall
1. My UTDallas mistakes, struggle, story & eventual success in career
2. Technologies & Frameworks to focus on
3. Startups, Mid-Size and Fortune 500 companies
4. Interviewing Tips
5. Training on UI, API and Server Side Architecture
6. Networking Tips

Chander Dhall is an awarded Microsoft MVP and world-renowned technology leader in architecting and implementing solutions. He's not only rescued software development teams, but also implemented successful projects under tight deadlines and difficult business constraints. As a Microsoft Azure Advisor, ASP.NET Insider, Web API Advisor, DocumentDB Advisor, and an MVP for Visual Studio and Development Technologies, Chander has insight into new releases on technologies used by millions of developers.

At the same time, he's a voracious and highly-respected speaker. Chander is known to elucidate critical and complex concepts while making them easy to understand. He has utilized his amazing business sense having started a company with zero funding and turned it into a multi-million-dollar company in less than two years. Chander's team of experts are internationally-acclaimed speakers in top technical conferences in the world.
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Sep 2nd 1-6pmCS Outreach & Graduates of Computer Science (GCS) welcome you to Fall term with GCS Signature event: Problem Solving session with Dr. Balaji Raghavachari. Finetune your problem solving skills for tough CS problems. It is never too early or late to prepare for Internship & FT job interviews. We had 100 students in Spring 2017 session & it went for 5 hours! Registration link is bit.ly/pss-reg for UTD folks & bit.ly/prof-dev-utd for guests. Sooner you register with your problem, more likely it will be covered during the session. Here is the problem set of Spring session for reference: http://bit.ly/pssm17 Confirmed
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Sat September 9CS conference series: Internet of Things Register @ bit.ly/cs-conf-utdConfirmed
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Sat Sep 16 10am-6pm
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Sat September 23Workshop on "Machine Learning & TensorFlow" by Pavan Trinath Vutukuru (MSCS'15), Applied Machine Learning Engineer at eBay. Topics: Scalable machine learning deployments in cloud - How eBay applied machine learning is serving machin learning models that can withstand billion calls a day. Tentative
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Sat September 30
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Sat October 7
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Sat October 14
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Sat October 21
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Sat October 28Dallas Mavericks - AI Hackathon - Training sessionsTentative
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Sat November 4Dallas Mavericks - AI HackathonTentative
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Sat November 11CS conference series: Data Analytics conferenceTentative
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Fall Workshop: Big Data ClubConfirmed
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Registration @ http://bit.ly/prof-dev-utd - $200 fee for professionals, $25 for current UTD folks (increases to $50 on Sep 10). Registration will close as soon as the capacity is reached. Check your availability carefully before you register. Registration fee cannot be refunded. Good working knowledge of Java and SQL is required for successful completion of this workshop. Daily hours will be 2:30-5:30pm ECSS 2.412
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Sun September 10Introduction to Big Data Tools
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Sun September 17Introduction to Hadoop Map Reduce
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Sun September 24Map Reduce Exercises and Introduction to Hive
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Sun October 1Hive Exercises. Introduction to Pig
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Sun October 8Pig Exercises & certificate distribution
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Fall Workshop: Data Science with PythonConfirmed
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Registration @ http://bit.ly/prof-dev-utd - $250 fee for professionals, $25 for current UTD folks (increases to $50 on Sep 10). Registration will close as soon as the capacity is reached for UTD students. Check your availability carefully before you register. Registration fee cannot be refunded. We will cover the basics of Python during the first 2 sessions, then we will proceed to Data Science related topics. Instructor: Professor Kamran Khan. Daily hours will be 2-5pm, Room ECSS 2.415
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Sun August 27Python basics: Data Types and Variables, Python Lists, For Loops, While Loops, Fun with strings & Functions
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Sun September 3Python basics: Dictionaries, Sets, Tuples, Classes, Generators, Decorators, Building Linked Lists, Trees.
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Sun September 10Various Python libraries like sckit learn, Nltk, pandas,pydata, numpy etc. which are prominently used for data analytics with Python.
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Sun September 17Data Munging and Cleaning in Python.[Pandas], Data Aggregation in python. [ Pandas ], Data Visualization in python [Matplotlib] & Reporting in python.[Ipython]
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Sun September 24Intro to Python with Spark. Functional programming in spark using Lambda function in Python.
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Sun October 1Introduction to Machine Learning with pyspark using MLlib library in python spark. Competitive DataScience Introduction: Kaggle. Participation in Kaggle Knowledge Competitions and creating your first submission.
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Sun October 8Higher level concepts on Python and Model View Controller architecture. Use Python to build powerful MVC and use Django, a very popular and powerful framework, to build their very first web application.
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Ongoing Events:
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Summer Workshop: Big Data ClubConfirmed
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Registration @ http://bit.ly/prof-dev-utd - $200 fee for professionals, $25 for current UTD folks (increases to $50 on July 9). Registration will close as soon as the capacity is reached. Check your availability carefully before you register. Registration fee cannot be refunded. Good working knowledge of Java and SQL is required for successful completion of this workshop. Workshop hours will be 2:30-5:30pm. Room: ECSS 2.415
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Sun July 9Introduction to Big Data Tools
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Sun July 16Introduction to Hadoop Map Reduce
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Sun July 23Map Reduce Exercises and Introduction to Hive
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Sun July 30Hive Exercises. Introduction to Pig
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Sun August 6Pig Exercises & certificate distribution
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Saturday Club - Data Science with PythonConfirmed
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CS Outreach is thrilled to offer this hands-on workshop on 10 Saturdays of this Summer! Registration @ http://bit.ly/prof-dev-utd - $250 fee for professionals, $25 for current UTD folks (increases to $50 on June 2). Registration will close as soon as the capacity is reached for UTD students. Check your availability carefully before you register. Registration fee cannot be refunded. Good working knowledge of at least one programming language (C/C++/Java/Python) is required for successful completion of this workshop. While we prefer you to attend this club in person, we will offer it online as well, but we may not be able to provide troubleshooting help for online participants. Instructor: Professor Kamran Khan
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2-5pm each day @ ECSS 2.102Weekly Schedule (Tentative)
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June 3Introduction to Python: Data Types and Variables, Python Lists, For Loops, While Loops, Fun with strings & Functions
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June 10Dictionaries, Sets, Tuples, Classes, Generators, Decorators, Building Linked Lists, Trees.
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June 17Various Python libraries like sckit learn, Nltk, pandas,pydata, numpy etc. which are prominently used for data analytics with Python.
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July 1Data Munging and Cleaning in Python.[Pandas], Data Aggregation in python. [ Pandas ], Data Visualization in python [Matplotlib] & Reporting in python.[Ipython]
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July 8 (ECSS 2.412?)Intro to Python with Spark. Functional programming in spark using Lambda function in Python.
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July 15Introduction to Machine Learning with pyspark using MLlib library in python spark. Competitive DataScience Introduction: Kaggle. Participation in Kaggle Knowledge Competitions and creating your first submission.
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July 22Higher level concepts on Python and Model View Controller architecture. Use Python to build powerful MVC and use Django, a very popular and powerful framework, to build their very first web application.
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July 29TBD
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August 5TBD
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