The highlight of the RGU Computing Society’s year is the annual Hackathon: a 24 hour programming competition which brings together students from across Scotland for a weekend of developing, workshops, sponsor networking and fun. The Computing Society has been hard at work over the past 6 months, to pull together the resources to bring the event to life.
Eilidh is a CS student in Aberdeen, Scotland. She assures us that her name is super common over there, even if the rest of the world can’t pronounce it.
Hint - it rhymes with ukulele!
When she’s not coding or attending Hackathons, she’s climbing, cycling, cooking, and trying to start other hobbies that don’t start with the letter C.