You (and up to 2 other people) will be responsible for selecting a CS topic and presenting it to the class.
Phase 1: Group & Topic Selection
- Below you will find a table of names and topics.
- Some names might not appear on the list, especially those that did not fill out the form earlier.
- If there are 3 or fewer names assigned to a topic, then congratulations, you're a group!
- If there are more than 3 names to a topic, then you must split yourselves into at least 2 groups, and figure out who will be presenting on what. There cannot be multiple groups assigned to the same topic.
- For example, if 6 peopled wanted to to bitcoin, then that group must split into some combination of groups where none is larger than 3. One group can do bitcoin, but the others must select different topics.
- If anyone wants to join another group they can, as long as they don't bring it over a size of 3.
- Once groups and topics are selected, fill out this form: https://goo.gl/forms/EYGJjT4EqsgRvAsj2
Phase 2: Presentations!
- Here are the dates for each group:
- Period 6:
|Morning Latrines||Machine Learning||3/8|
|Harry Lum||SQL Injection||3/10|
|Team Elina||less (css)||3/13|
|Ironic Mobile Development||Iconic Mobile Development||3/16|
|Go With the Flow||Google Tensorflow||3/27|
|Ontological Guerrillas ||graph database||3/28|
- Period 9:
|Team PyChan||Python Classes + Python 3||3/6|
|Hex D's||Geo Databases||3/10|
|GTigers||Google Page Rank Algorithm||3/13|
|Spaguette||Python numpy scipy||3/15|
|Bot Team||Wolfram Mathematica||3/20|
|Uncomfortable Potatoes ||Bitcoin||3/21|
|Bobby Tables||SQL injection ||3/28|
|Big L's Bad Boyz||Python Pandas||3/29|