Systems Development Club is an academic and recreational organization where we create programming projects using industry standard tools and methods. You'll learn everything from front end design to back end system management. If you've ever wanted to learn how to make the kinds of technology you use every day, this club is for you.
This organization has no affiliations.
Constitution / Tier
||Anyone affiliated with Iowa State University. Students must be in good standing academically to join.
||Any student in good standing with Iowa State University
||Basic programming knowledge is useful but not at all required
||Elections are held on the first meeting of the semester. Votes may be held via voice vote or secret ballot at the discretion of the incumbent or acting President. Any motion must receive at least 50% of the participatory vote to pass. Certain motions have restrictions that are outlined in the Constitution.
||Saturdays at Noon in Atanasoff B0029
Description of Regular Meetings/Activities
|Meetings sometimes begin with a general 10 to 20 minute presentation. Following the presentation, members begin work on a large group project on a major task related to systems or software engineering
Description of Special Events
|Special events may constitute travel off campus, exhibitions or demonstrations of projects, or lectures by people knowledgeable in the field.