The System Administration and Software Development Club (SAD) provides a space on campus for students who share a common interest in programming, computer hardware, computer networks, and modern software development.
SAD aims to unite students with a wide range of computer skills and provide them with knowledge and resources to build computer systems, creating a welcoming environment that encourages year-round collaboration.
We hold weekly meetings in a hybrid format from the ILSB where our members may hold talks, participate in workshops, and collaborate together on club projects. We also provide a Linux server environment for members to practice their skills in virtualization, networking, security, identity management technology, and web development.
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