We're a small but active club that hosts talks and hackathons to help students learn and experience computing.

We make things

We host a number of projects. Over the semesters, our projects have included a multiplayer RPG, a web app, and an auto-login program for the campus WiFi. Some of these were made as part of weekend hackathons.


CALvin stands for Captive Auto Login and Verification of Identity for the Network. Developed as part of one of our hackathons, it aims to automatically log the user in to the University of Dallas captive network. For more information, check out the project page.

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We host a range of events, including panels, workshops, talks, and collaborative hackathons. Topics in the past have included software engineering, robotics and hardware, programming technologies, LaTeX, and internet privacy.

Robot Building and Officer Elections

We’ll be building robots and conscripting electing club officers for our chapter starting at 5pm. A great way to relax before finals by spending an evening fighting robot code.

IBM workshop with UD Alumnus David Okun

This event is lead by David Okun, a UD alumnus with a degree in Physics who now works at IBM. He presents an introduction to JavaScript and LoopBack. See the flyer.

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