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Save the dates (October 7-8), reserve your room at the IMU Biddle Hotel and Conference Center, and register for the conference beginning July 15.
Did you know you can request a specially scheduled session of an IT Training workshop for your academic class, department, group, or business? We’ll provide the instructor, the electronic materials, the expertise, and the room (if needed).
If you use or plan to use Big Red II, this course is for you! Explore all levels and common approaches to parallel programming.
IU Bioinformatics Clinic; The Media School debuts; Von Welch named new leader of IU’s Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research
Creative types, for a few more months, you can get training on loads of programs — animation, game design, drafting, and video editing, to name a few — through the Pluralsight pilot program. Digital-Tutors, video-based tutorials on design topics, is the most recent addition.
Introduction to High Performance Computing; IU Libraries archive launches digital exhibition of World War II propaganda films; In case you missed the last newsletter
Friday, June 6 is the deadline for submitting proposals to lead 30- or 60-minute breakout sessions and breakfast topic tables at this year’s Statewide IT Conference. Unlike previous years, we will not extend this deadline.
UITS IT Training is offering a webinar on when to use Excel and when to use Access when keeping track of data. Bring questions about the data you need to track.
Reach a new level in parallel computing this June with Guido Juckeland from the Universität Dresden as your expert guide.
The Beijing Internet Institute joined the Indiana Center for Network Translational Research (InCNTRE) to host the first international PlugFest this May. PlugFests are held every six months, and help network engineers ensure that software-defined networking (SDN) protocols work with vendor products.