So you’re interested in learning more about the field of Informatics? We support some amazing initiatives that can help build your knowledge, no matter your skill level.
Every Thursday from 6pm onwards. Begins in October.
Preparing for an interview? Trying to learn Python? Just want to chill? Anything goes… as long as it’s legal.
Cascaders Evenings is an informal student-led weekly meetup. A place to work on your tech projects, share what you’re working on, and get answers to whatever questions you may have.
Becoming a programmer isn’t something that can just be taught: you need to put a lot of your own personal time into it.
There are plenty of places where you can get help, and in addition to the Cascaders Evenings, we’re happy to answer any questions you have online.
Even if you’re a complete beginner you should come along to a couple of our events. We cover the wide range of Informatics and surrounding yourself with likeminded people is a great way to boost your interest in becoming a programmer. More resources to be added here soon…
Programming Club gives students very important practical skills that make novice programmers into extraordinary programmers.
If you want to help out or just learn more about the club, click here.
Better Informatics is an academic website run by the students, supported by students, for the students. We have resources for almost every Informatics course, and it’s up to you to support other people on the same course as you. Visit the website.
Even if you don’t study a course in The School of Informatics, many of the resources here are still useful.