Time: December 4, 2012 from 6:15pm to 7:45pm
Location: Castle High School Little Theater (auditorium behind main office)
Street: 45-386 Kaneohe Bay Drive
City/Town: Kaneohe, HI 96744
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Event Type: technical, introductory
Organized By: David L. Morse
Latest Activity: Dec 2, 2012
What is Android? How do Lasers work on FiberOptics? What robots will Castle students be building?
For the answers to these and many more question, please join us Tuesday, December 4th for a fun presentation! This technical seminar hosted by the Hawaii Chapter of the Computer Society presents two exciting topics at an introductory level, but with sufficient detail to be of interest to professionals:
- The Pengui-Phant in the Room: sneaky Linux at Home, School and Work.
Have you heard of the Linux operating system? It runs the web, and your phone, and next...your PC!!!
- FiberOptics in Today's Networks: Introduction to theory and practice.
Google is laying fiber in Kansas. How does data get to Hawaii? And most importantly, why is my Internet sooooo slow?
Did you know that Castle HS has a CyberTeam, and that they are competing in a nationwide contest? We'll also hear about the upcoming Underwater Robotics competition and the opportunity to join Castle's robo-team and STEM club. The Science Olympiad, VEX Robotics, custom workshops, business visits, and mentoring elementary students are some of the many STEM club activities.
Light refreshments provided. Free and Open to the Public. Questions to email@example.com.
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