The MIT Sloan Coder’s Club provides an accessible, results-focused forum for MIT Sloan students  and the broader MIT community to:

(1) Learn the basics of programming, and start building apps, websites, and services

(2) Engage in activities to build knowledge, such as hack-a-thons and hosted talks

(3) Better understand issues of software architecture, to promote better informed business leaders interested in the technology space

Intro to Python

Intro to Python Workshop, Tuesday Feb 25th, 6:30-9:00PM in E62-250 · Learn the basics of Python · Build working code in 2 hours · Bring your laptops — this session is interactive · Best suited for people with little or no programming experience in Python ·...

Intro to SQL Workshop

Thank you for attending the SQL workshop.  Please let us know if you have any questions about the attached materials, and we look forward to seeing you at future events! *Slides *Examples, online...

Scientific Python Bootcamp

Date: March 2nd, 2-6 PM. Location: E62-233 Do you want to see what tools a data scientist uses to glean insights from data?  Or have you heard that analysts that use open source tools such as Python and R make 30% more than analysts that used closed source tools like...