During the 2021-2022 school year, all tutorials are organized by our director and associate director of technical resources,
Anjali Gopinathan and Isaac Gerstmann. Shoot us an email individually or at
email@example.com if you have any questions about our tutorials!
DISCLAIMER: WE DO NOT OWN ANY OF THE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OR TECHNOLOGIES USED IN ANY OF THESE TUTORIALS.
Command Line is one of the most useful and powerful tools any engineer can learn. Please enjoy this tutorial produced by Jenny Lee.Activity Doc
This tutorial involves learning basic terminal commands and git actions, like clone, commit, push, pull, as well as merging and branches work.
We hosted this tutorial to teach the fundamentals of machine learning, including neural networks, different models of machine learning, and how the training process works! Members were able to tinker with a classification program made using TensorFlow to gain a better understanding of how to implement what they learned.
Hosted by Radhika Bhuckory and Advaita Chandramohan, this tutorial demonstrated how decision trees work and can be implemented on CSV files! Click below to access sample data and exercises or on the left to watch the full recording!
ROS is a very useful software tool that streamlines software development for robotics projects! Feel free to watch our tutorial recording (left) or get help with some common errors (below)! Thank you to Tom Groechel for hosting this tutorial!
PCB Design is a great skill for anyone interested in electronics projects who is looking to graduate from messy breadboarding to PCB design, which is more organized, size efficient, and reliable. PCB design is also great to learn for anyone interested in a hardware engineering role. Thank you to Gerber Labs for hosting this tutorial and your continued support!
Heroku is a multilanguage platform and framework you can use to develop and scale your apps! Click to the left to learn more! Thank you to Neuton Foo for hosting this tutorial!