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Code@Night Elections!

We will be having elections at our next Code@Night on February 24th at 8pm in the Studio Lab (Basement of Fine Hall)! If you’re looking to get more involved in the computer science community at Princeton, then look no further: consider joining the ACM board this year.

Check out the list of positions here. We’ll be holding dropdown elections in the order that’s in that document. If you’d like to run, please fill out this form by February 22nd with a short blurb about why you’d like to run for each position.

To be eligible to run or vote, you must have come to a Code@Night.


Our last Code@Night of the year is coming up this Friday, December 9th at 8pm in the Studio Lab (Basement of Fine Hall)!

Swing through for an introduction to React JS. React is a JavaScript library for building interactive user interfaces. Together with React Native, you can write powerful mobile apps. In the workshop, we will cover React design philosophy and walk through examples that feature the library’s capabilities. If you want to build UIs but don’t like fidgeting with HTML and jQuery, this workshop is for you!

Let us know you’re coming here!

Code@Night with JavaScript/CSS

We’re learning about Javascript/CSS at the next Code@Night, Oct 21st from 8pm ‘til late in the Butler iSpace (basement of Wu). We’ll also have project leads introducing their projects. This is a great way to get started using that Git knowledge!

Here are a list of dates for upcoming Code@Nights for the semester:

  • Friday, October 21st
  • Friday, November 18th
  • Friday, December 2nd
  • Friday, December 9th

Hope to see you there!

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