Social Coding

At the University of Minnesota - Twin Cities

About Us

Since 2016, Social Coding has been a vibrant community where students collaborate on projects, learn industry skills, and express their creativity through technology. Our foundation lies in the shared passion of friends coding together and the desire to bridge the gap between coursework and industry. As such, our mission is to create a dynamic space for students of all backgrounds and disciplines to learn from one another and create amazing code.

Social Coding is dedicated to breaking the barrier of entry into Software Engineering, we believe that everyone has something to contribute and thus do not require any prior experience to join.

Upcoming Events

  1. Spring Final Project Showcase

    Bruininks Hall Room 330

    Apr 25, 2024 | 11:30 PM UTC - 1:00 AM UTC

    Project teams will showcase their final projects that they've created over the semester. It's a celebration for you and all that you've acomplished!

  2. Study Night

    Bruininks Hall Room 330

    May 2, 2024 | 11:30 PM UTC - 1:00 AM UTC

    Bring all your friends to Social Coding's annual study night. Enjoy snacks and get ready for your finals!

Currently Active Projects

Gopher Major Planner

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Gopher Major Planner serves as the solution for UofM students who plan on pursuing a combination of majors and minors that exhibit significant overlap. It helps students make informed decisions regarding their majors, minors, and courses by offering tailored insights based on intended major and past coursework.

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APAS Extension

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This is an extension that scrapes data from an apas and redirects them towards a page with their data reorganized into boxes that can be toggled.

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MP3 Metadata

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A web-based editor for MP3 Metadata.

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Interactive Prerequisite Flowchart

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Searchable website showing the prerequisites to any course at the U.

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GopherMatch

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The new roomate finder for the UMN

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Gopher Transit x Metro Busses

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An initiative to provide cocurrent, live updating bus data for the University of Minnesota Twin Cities campus.

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Computer Vision Wheelchair

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The University of Minnesota Computer Vision Wheelchair project combines the best tech from automation and machine vision to bring more accessability and ease of use to a budget electric wheelchair solution.

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Updates

Spring Tech Kickoff 2024

Spring Tech Kickoff 2024

Published on January 7, 2024 by Social Coding Board

The annual showcase of the University of Minnesota's Computer Science and Engineering Department's student groups is back this semester!

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