FedEx Institute Critical Skills Development Program
The FedEx Institute of Technology and it's partner organizations are committed to making Memphis a national leader in technology innovation. In order to see this mission come to fruition, it is important that we provide the resources for everyone in Memphis to pursue technology careers. To this end, we are pleased to offer the FedEx Institute Critical Skills Development Program, a series of free workshops focused on skills development in the basic technology skills that open doors to a future in technology.
Level Design Using ProBuilder
You can learn to make virtual reality environments. It's not as scary as it seems.
Introduction to Agile
It's popular and lots of people talk about it... but what is it? Come learn the basics of Agile.
Programming with Python
You can get handful of "recipes" needed to solve specific problems using Python.
Social Media Data Collection
Are you an active social media user? Come and join us to learn how to collect and use your Facebook and Twitter data.
July 20th at 5:30 PM
Data Management Association
The DAMA Chapter is the best place for data management conversation in Memphis. Join them for an introduction to the basic princples of data management.
Ruby is a straightforward programming language focused on user interface with a wide range of applications. Join the Ruby Users Group for this introductory sesion.
Critical Skills is on break in March so our audience can enjoy the first University
of Memphis FPV Race. Join us in the Innovation Drive Garage for fast paced drone-racing
March 11th at 4:00
Python, the only coding language named for a British comedy troupe, is a work horse language. Join the Python Users Group for an introductory session.
January 23rd at 6:00
Two Mini-Workshops on PC Systems
Come join Tech901 for "Naked Motherboard- A Tour of System Brain" and "Teardown- From Case to CPU" conversations
November 18th at 5:00
Ever wonder what it takes to make CGI images in videogames, movies, and other media. Come learn basic Unity with the Game Development User Group
November 10th at 6:00