Speaker: Terence Li Terence Li is a IE alumni graduated in 2006. He is now the manager of Forensic Service PwC. He gave us a sharing about his experience of working as a computer forensics and cybercrime professional.
Speakers： Mao Xi, Zhang Zhuohui,Wang Xishi Virtual reality is making it possible to experience anything, anywhere by using special devices. This talk will share how to build a VR application using oculus and Leap Motion and show their project which aims to give users unusual experience at CUHK campus.
Speaker: Zhaohui Jia Apple keeps developing new concepts to help create iOS layout for device in different sizes. This talk will introduce some different layout skills as well as the concepts behind them, and help you implement your ideas in a responsive, effective and flexible way.
Speaker: Lingxiao Xia Topic: Building a Cloud-based Log Processing System Slides:
Speaker: Peter Cheung 1. IA 32 CPU Programming Architecture. 2. Tools you need: compiler, linker, disassembler, others. 3. What people should know during coding a kernel. 4. ASM, C level things
Speaker: Chak Man Li, Solon Mobile applications often need to perform long time operations like downloading data or intensive computations without affecting the user experience. These tasks need to be run in other threads but thread managing is hard and tedious. In this talk, I will introduce some easy-to-use classes in Android with sample codes […]
Come and join us on Friday. Speakers: LYU Zishen, YAO Fangjie Abstract: Big data is a buzzword nowadays, many companies use big data processing platforms to tackle big data problems. Apache Spark has quite some advantages compared to others, and is rapidly becoming the compute engine of choice for big data. This talk covers Apache […]
In January 29th, our old friend Wei Tang gave a talk, “Writing a Microkernel in Rust” in OIL. It was really inspiring and many of you who are interested in Kernel have come to OIL. Thanks for your participation! For your reference and for those who could not show up that night, here are the slides […]
Hi all, This Friday night we will have a sharing about basic programming in LabView. Come and join us! Abstract: “LabView, a graphical programming language taht can enable your innovation idea into a real one. It is programming platform that using your logical thinking. Many projects have used this programming language to implement their products. […]
This time we have two speakers. Tony first introduce the new features of ECMAScript 6. Andy then exploit ES6 to build a github search webpage.