Good Morning All,

 

This is the final weekly CompSoc email you will receive from me, how exciting. This is also (probably) the first Oxford University CompSoc email you have received – that’s right, we are now allowed to affiliate ourselves with the university.

 

This week we will be having a LAN games night, it is very, very likely that we will be playing Team Fortress 2 for all of it (it is free to play). Anyone is welcome to come along, but let us know through the facebook event or email so that we have an idea of how many power splitters, switches, jaffa cakes etc. will be needed. There will be free pizza, and quite possibly hats.

 

Read more below for more information about this event, the result of the final technology challenge and some other notices.

 

Have a good one,

 

Ben and Alex

CompSoc Co-Presidents

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The Oxford University Computer Society

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Team Fortress 2 Night:

Wednesday 07, 19.00 , St Catz Arumugan Building (lodge) First Floor Meadow Facing

FB Event: http://www.facebook.com/events/333329253370392/

 

We will be running a Team Fortress 2 night (or perhaps other games - make a suggestion!) in St Catz lodge 1st floor. There will be free pizza, jaffa cakes and hats!

 

If you plan on attending you will need to bring a laptop with Team Fortress 2 installed and up to date - please don't try and download it in Catz as it will be really slow :-(

You will also need a LAN cable and probably a power supply for your laptop.

 

Team Fortress 2 can be downloaded, installed and played for free here (you'll need to install Steam, which is also free). It is also possible to install TF2 from another computer with it already installed on, we will probably be able to facilitate this but should stress that it is a much better idea to make sure it is installed and up to date beforehand. If there are any other games you'd like to play (and think others will have) bring them along and we might play them too! (here's hoping for Minecraft... :-p )

 

Here is a handy map for finding Catz: http://g.co/maps/eeut2

 

The Arumugan building is the fancy name of the lodge, we will be in the room just to the left after you go up the stairs.

 

If you get truly lost in Catz, you can call Ben on 0754 999 3401.

 

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If there is anyone interested in working on a startup project please see below:

 

My names Josh Henderson I am a third year Property Surveying student at Oxford Brookes university.

  

My venture is involved with a connection between two devices, an ipad or iphone to a sky box or virgin media box. The connection would be from the digital box to send a signal to the ipad or iphone and upload a specified website. 

 

If there was an individual who could provide this connection I would offer them 40% equity in the business as a whole and provide funds for all costs involved with the project.

 

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Technology Competition:

Week 7 result:

 

No one solved the challenge! Although Peter Gerrard and Jonathan Tuckwell both brute forced it. Since they both got correct results in about the same time, they will each receive 10 of the 20 prize.

 

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CompSoc Jobs Mailing list

 

The society receives a number of advertisements each week from companies and individuals interested in employing our members. The jobs range from graduate positions, to a bit of help with another societies website.

 

If you would like to receive these emails just email compsoc-jobs-request@lists.ox.compsoc.net with 'subscribe' in the subject line.

 

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