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UP ACM General Assembly Today

The Association for Computing Machinery University of the Philippines Student Chapter will be having its 5th General Assembly for A.Y. ’60-’07 at MH 313-315 (Melchor Hall, College of Engineering) today at 5:30 to 7:30 pm.

1. UP ACM activities for CS Week
2. Nominations for the next UP ACM Executive Council
3. Awarding of the Most Outstanding UP ACM Member
4. Election
5. T-Shirt Inquiries
6. More!

See you there! 😀


TechCon @ DLSU

Last Saturday, we (members of the Association for Computing Machinery – UP Student Chapter) went to a Technology Convention that was held at De La Salle University (Manila). Since most of us were coming from Quezon City, we decided to meet up at the Q.Ave MRT station at 7am, which was, if you ask me, pretty early for a Saturday morning. It was only my second time to ride the MRT and I was, sort of, excited. (Hahaha. :D) Then from Taft Station we took a connecting ride via the LRT. That was my first time to ride the LRT. (I survived my first LRT ride! Hahaha. 😀 )

The Convention covered topics like 3G, Wireless Networks, 3D Modeling, Open Source, Apple on Education, JITSE & PhilNITS and La Salle-DOST joint project on Natural Language Programming.


Book Shopping @ MV Doulos

Aboard one of the world’s oldest ships.

Bookworms. Hahaha.

Leaving MV Doulos for dinner. (10:15 pm) Hahaha. We had dinner at Philcoa at around 11:00 pm making it back just in time for our dormitory curfew at 12mn. 😀


About princess of antiquity

Abbi Cabanding is a member of the Security Bloggers Network and had been blogging on information security since 2006. She is also a member of the Association for Computing Machinery. She studied Computer Science and Fine Arts at the University of the Philippines - Diliman.


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