Come join us on Friday March 12 from 5-6pm EST for DSC Community Code Day.
You will have the opportunity to learn and practice coding using Leetcode with peers! Students will work in groups according to their preferred language and their competency level of the language.
Mar 12, 2021, 10:00 – 11:00 PM
About this event
Come join us on Friday March 12 from 5-6pm EST for DSC Community Coding Day.
Participants will have the opportunity to learn and practice coding using Leetcode with peers! Students will work in breakout groups according to their preferred language and their competency level of the language and work through several technical questions together.
Who can join?
This event is open for anyone with basic programming knowledge (in any language). People who do not have prior programming knowledge but want to learn coding are also encouraged to join! (in which case, we will go through some very basic question to help get you started on some basics of programming)
What you will gain?
You will have the opportunity to improve your programming skills by tackling some technical questions collaboratively with peers. You will have the chance to discuss (and debate) about solutions with peers, and identify the most efficient way to tackle tricky questions. This will help you improve your mastery in programming and prepapre for any technical interviews in the future.
As well, you will have the opportunity to network with new people and learn with and from them!
Anyone can join the event without registering (the zoom link will always be posted and available publicly in the code-day channel of DSC Discord Server prior to the event), but we would appreciate you if you can fill out the form, so we can better prepare and plan for the event!
Friday, March 12, 2021 10:00 PM – 11:00 PM UTC
Zoom link opens
Participants will stay in the waiting rooms
Event Starts & Introduction
Quick ice-breakers to meet other participants and explanation of how the event and Leetcode works
Breakout rooms open
Participants work with peers to solve technical questions. (Depending on the attendance, participants may just work in the main room instead of joining breakout rooms)