Welcome to week three; CompSoc's event this week is our
first talk of the term!
Speaker: Richard Fine
Thursday 30th October, 20:00
Roy Griffiths Room, Keble College
Richard 'Superpig' Fine, of gamedev.net
, is coming to give a general
overview on game development. He's open to questions on whatever
tickles your fancy, and so far we've had interest in various new
input types (for example, the games played using EEGs, exactly how
far hardware can go, some interest in how to get started in the
whole area of game development, and even some interest in why
cheats are around in games.
For topics like these and more, come along on Thursday! A gaggle
of CompSoc people will be at the Keble Porter's Lodge to point
you in the right direction, as usual. Events this and next
week are still free to non-members, so do come along - we'll
be happy to take any membership forms off your hands.
As usual, we'll be wandering off to a local pub after the
talk to wind down the evening.
One other point I'd like to make is that we have a
compsoc-jobs list where we post the various jobverts we
get sent; the archives are public and available at
You can also subscribe to the list at
should you want to get news of job openings as they happen.
See you on Thursday, hopefully!
Andrew Godwin, President, Oxford Computer Society
Mobile: 0789 0725 396