On Thursday, 16.01.2020, Simon Labrenz showed in his presentation various possibilities to personalize a Linux computer and make working more comfortable and efficient.
On Thursday, November 14, 2019 Prof. Dr. Dieter Kranzlmüller, head of the Leibniz Supercomputing Centre (not to be confused with the Leibniz Institute) honored us with a talk about SuperMUC, the most powerful computer in Germany.
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8. IEEE Programming Advent calendar
Not in the mood for chocolate but you like the thought of an Advent calendar? You don't know what to do with all the time until Christmas? Then take the challenge and participate in the Advent calendar of the IEEE Student Branch Passau!
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Blink LEDs like a pro
The talk's presentation can be found here. On the 14th of October 2019 Rafael has shown us how to make LEDs blink with a microcontroller - not quite, because this can be done in various differnt ways.
Introduction to Kotlin
The material used during the talk (slides, etc.) can be found here. On the 13th of June 2019 Sebastian Aigner, Education Advocate at JetBrains, visited to enlighten us about everything related to Kotlin.
Tools for your (S)EP
Like every year we showed a selection of tools that are useful for the (S)EP ([Software] Engineering Project).
Introduction to Rust
On the 27th of june Fabian Knorr, Master of Science in Computer Science and ex student of the university of Passau, held a talk about his beloved programming language Rust. He followed the language ever since its first release.
Professors in Person with Professor Fraser
On Monday, the third of June as part of our ongoing series of talks "Professors in Person" we welcomed guest speaker Prof. Dr. Gordon Fraser so we might - with the assistance of a little cheat sheet - uncover the mysteries of his past together.
An Introduction to Scrum
On the 9th of May Achim Kümmler, a man with decades of experience in software development and member of the Fraunhofer Institute, elaborated on the principles of a more modern approach to software development: Scrum.