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 the board 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!


Introduction to Unix

Date: 2022-09-06

Learn how to navigate Unix systems, a super useful skill for anyone working with computers. You'll learn your first commands for the command-line mixed with some basics about how the system works. Please bring a laptop! There will be a practical part for those that want to join.

Introduction to LaTeX

Date: 2022-09-13

Location: A1545

Time: 18:30

A course on how to make professionally looking reports with the typesetting language LaTeX. Professors may not say it out loud, but their hearts burn for a nicely typeset report.

Technical Interview course

Date: TBD

Want to land that amazing internship or cool new job? Come join us for an overview of the interview process and how to navigate it. We promise to include tips on everything from CV's to last round interviews!

Currently looking for teacher

Introduction to Git

Date: TBD

Learn how to use the ubiquitous version control system git! An excellent tool for anyone working with some kind of source code. Git is widely used throughout the IT-industry.

LuleƄ Academic Computer Society 2022