Poster Session

You’re invited to the CS169 Spring 2016 project fair & poster session!
Previews of the projects: link soon

40 teams of six students each in Berkeley's Software Engineering course will showcase real project prototypes they have built for nonprofits, NGOs, and campus units, demonstrating their ability to apply modern agile software engineering techniques while working with real (mostly nontechnical) customers to help them address real business needs.

If you're recruiting software engineers, come meet a bunch of students who've been boot-camped in the latest development methodologies & tools.  If you know a nonprofit or NGO that could use software help, come tell us about it.   Or just come see how we encourage our students to do well by doing good.

Monday, May 2, 12:00-3:00PM Hearst Memorial Mining Building Lobby • Location/directions

A few examples of previous semester's projects…
  • Khan Academy Burmese—translation portal for students in Myanmar
  • Practice Problem Portal for CS courses - instructors input questions, students can use the questions for practice
  • Haas Career Management Portal — intelligently connects students, staff, and employers for easy access to job postings/recruiting events
  • City Dog Share - Location-based search to connect loving dog owners with dogs
  • Workshift & Chore Scheduler - Assigns & tracks weekly chores in a co-op living group based on residents' availability
  • Healthy EFF - fitness benefits tracker for the employees of the Electronic Frontier Foundation, and maybe for your employees too!
  • ER Doctor scheduling - manage the challenging scheduling of staff doctors and contractors in the Emergency Room of a busy hospital
Questions about the poster session can be directed to Prof. Armando Fox.