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Ludd strives to continually arrange courses for its members, as long as there is enough interest both to participate and teach.

What would you like to learn?

Or would you rather prefer to teach? Ludd provides you with a great opportunity to learn something new, or to teach others something you are good at. It could be pretty much anything computer related, like Ugly perl tricks, Linux kernel hacking, Introduction to Python...

The list could go on forever.

Do you feel like teaching a short course or holding a lecture, or is there something you would like to learn? Or perhaps you know of a killer lecturer on a particular topic you'd like us to invite? Do you have a really cool project in the works you'd like to tell us all about? Maybe you represent a company just rolling out a piece of interesting soft- or hardware and think we could benefit from learning about it? No matter what it might be, contact us by sending an email to this address immediately!

If you would like to teach something, we will provide you with the needed materials, advertise the course, and book the rooms you need. Feel free to contact us, and we'll see what we can do to make it happen!

Upcoming courses

  • Introduction to GIT - TBA Courtesy of DDOS, 22 February 2015. Sign up using this link.
  • Introduction to LaTeX - Fredrik Nordin - 25 February, 2015
  • 3D-modeling and design for 3D-printing - Jonas Nässtrom, Louise Sehlstedt(?) TBA

Previous courses

  • Demystifying Haskell - Niil Öhlin - 11 December, 2014
  • Introduction to Linux Command Line - Beginners course - Spring 2012
  • Introduction to LaTeX - Beginners course - Spring 2012
  • Introduction to GIT - Beginners course - 23 Feb 2012
  • Introduction to LaTeX - Beginners course in LaTeX with Henrik "shogis" Andrén
  • Unix kernel internals overview - A lecture by Anders "ragge" Magnusson
  • How to set an Internet2 land speed record - A lecture by Anders "ragge" Magnusson
  • Kerberos! - A lecture by Anders "ragge" Magnusson
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