The Programming Club

The RMIT Programming Club aims to give RMIT students in the city a place to learn and enjoy programming together. The club continues in the tradition of programming clubs world over. With a strong focus on learning and collaboration.

Description

The RMIT Programming Club was re-founded in July 2016 to ensure that RMIT students in the city would have a place to learn and enjoy programming together. We also run social events, often with the Computer Science Technology Club (CSIT) and the Society of Women in Technology (SWITCH).

The club continues in the tradition of programming clubs world over. With a strong focus on learning and collaboration.
The Programming Club aims to:
* Increase the interaction and collaboration between students studying or interested in programming
* Improve the technical skills of its members and prepare them for job interview questions
* To connect members with industry and networking events

Membership is free, must be renewed once a year using the membership form on this page. 2019 Membership is now available. If you don't have a log in account for the RUSU website system, it will ask you to set one up first. This is not the same as joining RUSU - you don't have to be a member of RUSU to join a RUSU Club.

We meet up weekly during semester, the details of when and where meetings are available on our site and Facebook page.

Email: programming.club@rmit.edu.au
Facebook Group: RMIT Programming Club

Events

RMIT Activator - 98.03.03

Our Annual General Meeting from 2.30PM to 3.30PM.

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