Past Events

ADI: Cookies & Code Holidays Edition

Join ADI for festive themed cookies and code! All are welcome to join in eating and DECORATING cookies & gingerbread people!! Extra cookies to those who wear a Christmas jumper! :) See you there.

Wednesday, December 04 2019

21:00 – 23:00

Lerner 555

Startup Career Fair

ADI is excited to host its 9th annual Startup Career Fair! At Columbia University on Friday, November 15th, engineers and representatives from companies across the startup ecosystem will be here for you to meet and ask all of your questions.

Friday, November 15 2019

11:30 – 15:00

James Room, 4th Floor Barnard Hall

Professor Lunch and Learn

Eat lunch with ADI's mentorship, Tony Dear, Brian Smith, Paul Blaer, Daniel Bauer, Rebecca Wright and more professors to learn about them and their journey and eat free delicious lunch!

Friday, November 08 2019

12:00 – 13:30

5th Floor Milstein Center

Spookies and Code

Come celebrate a SPOOKY time with ADI with COOKIES and other possibly FRIGHTENING snacks. Everyone and anyone is welcome to stop by or stay – all of us from ADI will be there!

Wednesday, October 30 2019

21:00 – 23:00

Lerner 555

Cookies and Code: Mock Tech Interviews!

The best way to prepare for CS interviews is to practice! Come do mock tech interviews with ADI, chat with experienced interviewees, and eat free cookies. We have questions and materials prepared, just bring yourself!

Wednesday, October 23 2019

21:00 – 23:00

Lerner 4th floor couches (Under 4 WEST) sign

GIS 101: Making Maps

Learn how to make a map from start to finish using ArcMap, a Geographic Information System Software! We’ll be going over some GIS basics, downloading data, using ArcMap to create layers for our map, and you can add your own touches at the end! No computer required!

Tuesday, October 22 2019

19:00 – 20:00

Barnard ERC (1st floor Milstein)

Data Structures for Interviews

Want to improve your performance on technical interviews? Or just go to a fun refresher course on data structures and algorithms? In this talk, ADI committee members will go over the most essential data structures as well as interview questions and themes to help you prepare! If you've taken data structures, this will be a good way to jog your memory and give you some tips for upping your technical interview game. If you don't have experience with data structures, this is a great crash course to learn what you need to know!

Monday, October 14 2019

21:00 – 22:00

Diana Center LL104

Cookies and Code: Resume Review Edition!

Drop by this special edition of Cookies and Code to have your resume reviewed by your peers while recruiting season is in full swing!

Wednesday, October 09 2019

21:00 – 23:00

Lerner 555

Welcome to ADI!

Interested in getting involved in the tech community at Columbia? Want to learn more about all the various programs run by ADI? Excited to meet fellow tech enthusiasts? Join us for our kickoff event where you'll get to meet committee members, find out about upcoming programs and events, and have an opportunity to get involved.

Start: Wed, Sep 18 2019 21:30

End: Thu, Sep 19 2019 00:00

Lerner 555

PM series: Jackie Bavaro, co-author of Cracking the PM Interview

Hello everyone! We are back with a PM talk to start the year! Come to Lerner 573 to learn more about the product management role, the day-to-day of a product manager, how it differs from software engineering at a large company, the interview processes, and more!

Tuesday, September 17 2019

19:00 – 20:00

Lerner 573

Cookies & Code

Join us for ADI's weekly social, Cookies & Code. Come to Lerner Broadway Room on 05/01 at 10pm and work on your latest project, get help with homework, meet new people, and/or enjoy quality cookies.

Wednesday, May 01 2019

22:00 – 23:59

Lerner Broadway Room

The Future of Barnard CS: Talk with Professor Wright

This year, Barnard hired its first computer science professor and founded a CS program. Next semester, the first Barnard CS course will be offered and taught by Professor Wright. Come hear about what will be new next year and where the Barnard CS program is headed in the future. Bring any questions that you have for Professor Wright about CS at Barnard. All are welcome! Food will be served.

Tuesday, April 30 2019

12:00 – 13:00

Computational Science Center Lounge, Milstein 5