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NMT CSE Wiki

Welcome to the NMT CSE Wiki! (est. 2015)

Need any help with the CS department services, such as labs or accounts? Contact Information can be found through the link at the bottom of the page.

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Services

We offer many services free of cost to students. These include private git hosting, continuous integration, OpenGL/CUDA machines, webmail, and online python. We used to be able to provide free copies of Windows to students, however, Microsoft no longer offers this.

A Laptop with:

  • A modern/recent quad core processor
  • 8GB ram
  • Running Windows or Linux
  • Good battery life (~8hrs)
    • Gaming laptops are terrible for this
  • Light enough to carry around in a backpack

It is also recommended that the laptop is not a Macbook however a Macbook will work. But it is highly recommended that you do not get a gaming laptop, these are notoriously bad in battery life, compatibility with linux, weight, and size. My roommate came to tech with one and despised it immediately for their workload, you do not want to have an outlet decide your seat in the class.

Class Info

Student Groups

CS Speaker Series

The Computer Science Speaker Series is a set of talks given by people and researchers who work in the field of computer science. Here you can find video recordings of some of the talks that have been given.

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