From workshops to ADI Academy to company tech talks, ADI is dedicated to enhancing tech education across Columbia. ADI believes in fostering an inclusive and thoughtful community where students can learn about computer science and technology outside of the classroom.
ADI hosts multiple workshops every week on a variety of topics. Past workshops have included: Intro to Pandas, Better Software Engineering, and Intro to Product Management.
ADI believes in making tech accessible to everyone, regardless of previous background or even whether you want to major in computer science. This track focuses on exposing students who wouldn’t otherwise take a computer science class to technology and programming.
Knowledge Advancement is by far the widest category of workshops. Workshops typically focus on exposing students to new topics (useful for students unsure of what courses to take) and enhancing general programming and technology skills.
As shown with ADI’s Foundry program, we care about the ways technology impacts society, and how it can be used to create a better society.
Software is nothing without its hardware, and hardware is nothing without its software. Evidently, hardware is an important component of technology; and through workshops ADI hopes to cater to this very important part of our community.