For this week’s software engineering workshop, XX will teach us how to use source control software. This kind of software is intended to help you avoid situations where you break your code and cannot get it to run again, as well as to help you work collaboratively. Being able to use source control software is one of the most useful skills in software engineering–come to the workshop to learn how to do it! XXX o’clock in Room XXX.
For this week’s writing workshop, we will talk about general principles for choosing citations. There are a LOT of publications out there, and figuring out which ones you should be citing out of the many alternatives can be daunting. But, there are some general principles that you can apply in doing so; we will talk about them, and then apply those principles as a group.
Baseball is the prototypical American sport, and summertime is baseball season! Meet your fellow interns and summer hosts at XXX to travel together to the ballpark. Eat pretzels (this is Philadelphia!) and hotdogs, drink beer (if you’re old enough), and do NOT cheer for anyone but the Phillies!
Join your fellow interns and summer hosts for a Saturday afternoon out. We will meet at XXX and proceed to XXX, where XXX will explain a bit about the local public transportation system. Then we will take the XXX to Center City to visit two important parts of America’s revolutionary history: the Liberty Bell, and Independence Hall.