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Code@Night on Web Scraping this Friday!

Have you ever wondered how to scrape websites for their data? Looking for more Python practice? Good news! This Friday, Princeton ACM will be hosting a workshop on Web Scraping! It’ll be during our last Code@Night for the semester. Come join us this Friday from 8pm until late in the Butler iSpace! Oh, there’ll be Jules Pizza - RSVP here so that we know how much to order: https://www.facebook.com/events/406864013033769/

Never heard of Code@Night? ACM Code@Nights are informal gatherings of people with a shared interest in computers and programming. We hang out, participate in workshops, work on side projects, crank out assignments, and have a good time. No matter what you’re working on, whether a programming assignment, your COS 333 project, your thesis, or a side project - we’d love to see you there!

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Code@Night with PWiCS!

Hello there!

Princeton ACM will be co-hosting a code@night this Friday at the Butler iSpace (Wu basement) from 8pm onwards with Princeton Women in Computer Science (PWiCS)!

Princeton ACM and PWiCS will have an information event from 8-9 PM; this is an awesome time to ask upperclassmen for course selection advice for next year and learn more about cool side projects to get involved with. Afterwards, feel free to hang out and hack! There will be free Chinese food from Hunan throughout. Please RSVP here so we know roughly how much to order: https://www.facebook.com/events/130471480828289/


Come to Code@Night this Friday!

Princeton ACM will be hosting a Code@Night this Friday at the Butler iSpace (Wu basement) from 8pm onwards. We will be hosting an iOS workshop during the first hour and providing free Qdoba throughout. Please RSVP here so we know roughly how much to order: https://www.facebook.com/events/1742028539421102/

Never heard of Code@Night? ACM Code@Nights are informal gatherings of people with a shared interest in computers and programming. We hang out, participate in workshops, work on side projects, crank out assignments, and have a good time. No matter what you’re working on, whether Wordnet, your COS 333 project, your thesis, or a side project - we’d love to see your face this Friday!


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