A community of undergrads at CSU Stanislaus aiming to foster and cultivate technical interest in Central Valley.
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Update me on meetings, workshops, and activites.
Develop marketable skills with our workshops offered by club officers and faculty. A great way to practice coding outside of the classroom.
Surround yourself with individuals who can facilitate the learning process. Our community gives back by helping out others with mentorships and coaching.
Apply to internships. We help build your professional network and prepare you for employment.
Build and create an application at our annual hackathon. Employ the technical skills that you've learned here!
Code with your community. We hold meetings where we practice and teach the technical skills required to be a software developer.
Gain insight from professionals in the industry. Developers will hold talks on campus to discuss their experience and help others succeed.
Anthony Cantellano is the founder of the Computer Science Club with a growing knowledge in Java and Web development.
Recipient of the NSF S-Stem grant scholarship. Currently working on research with networks and hoping to specialize in software engineering.
Vice President of the Computer Science Club with growing experience in Java, Python, and Swift as well as the Unix Environment.
Hard-working student at California State University, Stanislaus. Currently an entry level software developer at Novo Technologies in Modesto.
Computer Science Club Board Member with a growing understanding for C++ and GML. Jeffrey is a Junior majoring in Computer Science.
Board Member for the Computer Science Club with a hunger to learn more about building and deploying of applications.
English major and Computer Science minor, Austin has been developing and publishing Android apps, as well as
Computer Science major at California State University, Stanislaus.
Currently the treasurer for the Computer Science Club.