Junior in Computer Science in the Computer Graphics, Systems Programming and Security tracks.
We are the SIGAPP (Special Interest Group for Applications) sub-club under Purdue’s ACM (Association for Computing Machinery) club. What this really means is that we make apps, and there’s a couple important aspects as to how we do that:
We make apps that have a real purpose. Rather than a class project, we focus on projects that our members are interested in working on – and would be interested in using after completion, too.
We do our best to create a team-based workflow that mirrors major tech companies – without any stress. We help members understand real contribution processes in a low-pressure environment.
We expect absolutely no prior experience from members joining. Our experienced members can help you get up to speed no matter what level you’re currently at. You’ll be contributing in no time!
We have historically used Flutter (powered by Google’s language Dart – don’t worry, it’s easy to learn!) for our apps and Java for the servers behind our apps. Again, no experience is required or expected coming in. And we’re also open to explore new technology if it fits our projects!