Written by Adam. Published Feb 29, 2016, in Events
Due to there being no workshop during Thursday’s code club session, Vince decided that we would have another game of Code & Go. This time, we only had one game in which we had three turns at writing one line of code and we used Vince’s Macbook. As such Sam didn’t dare attempt to mess up his machine.
Written by Alex. Published Feb 18, 2016, in Tutorial
If you haven’t already read the overview of web technologies tutorial I highly recommend it so that you get a birds eye view of web development as a whole and how this fits into the whole picture.
Written by Alex. Published Feb 10, 2016, in News
As you may or may not have noticed, the code club website has had the basic facilities for adding your own custom theme to the website.
Written by Alex. Published Feb 10, 2016, in Tutorial
For those of you who haven’t had much experience with web development before this guide serves to give you a brief overview of what the main technologies are. In this guide I won’t actually tell you how to do anything it’s merely to give you a bird’s eye view of web development as a whole, what you might be interested in and where to go from here to find out more.
Written by Vince. Published Dec 15, 2015, in News
From now on every code club will (try) and host a 30 minute workshop on a specific topic/technique.
Written by Adam. Published Dec 4, 2015, in Events
Last week, during a Computing for Mathematics tutorial, Vince came up with what he thought was a brilliant idea.
Written by Adam. Published Nov 10, 2015, in Tutorial
We write blog posts for the website in markdown, this means that we can also use HTML tags when needed.
Written by Ambrose. Published Oct 29, 2015, in News
So, today I was feeling particularly mischievous. I enjoy making fun codes which usually serve no purpose, and are only for show or have a funny outcome. Today was the day I accidentally decided to make a DOS Attack. “A DOS attack is an exploit in which an attacker takes advantage of vulnerabilities in the domain name system (DOS)”, for more info click here.
Written by Adam. Published Oct 22, 2015, in Pydiff
On the Tuesday 13th October, we had our first ever Pydiff meeting, I feel that it went very well.
We had two talks, one by Vince Knight called Evolutionary Mathematics and one by Daniele Procida called Python Nambia.
Written by Alex. Published Oct 18, 2015, in Tutorial
This is the first part of a tutorial series meant to introduce the functional programming paradigm using features built into Python. Most of what I will talk about will be available in both Python 2.7.x and Python 3.x however in this series I will be using Python 3.x and will point out any differences when needed.