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Software Development SIG

This article applies to: Special Interest Groups (SIGs)

The Software Development SIG (SD-SIG) is open to anyone in the Cornell community who actively develops software or is interested in software development.

The SD-SIG's goals are to provide and share:

  • A community where software developers and interested parties can openly communicate about any aspect of software development
  • Information that will aid in the discussion of software development
  • Resources that will encourage good software development practices
  • Services that are available to software developers on campus
  • Events related to software development

Meets: The SD-SIG meets every other month on Zoom for one hour. Announced on and IT News.

Get Involved: Join, Confluence, or SD-SIG on Slack.

Contact an Organizer: Jay Hulslander or Scott Ross


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