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About DSC MtA

Our Developer Student Club (DSC) empowers students to impact the Mount Allison University and New Brunswick communities through technology. We're open to all experience levels, both in university and high school.


We provide hands-on workshops every two weeks featuring new technologies and guest speakers.


After each workshop, we host an open-ended hacking session for attendees to build projects that help the local community.


At the end of the year, we open up the floor for students to showcase their work with the community.


  • September 15


    On Sunday, September 15th at 2:00pm, we'll introduce the club and host our first workshop: Git version control. It's like a time machine, for your code. Located in Hart Hall 115 in collaboration with R-PEACE.

  • September 29

    Web Dev

    On Sunday, September 29th at 2:00pm, we're introducing HTML and CSS with a beginner-focused workshop in Hart Hall 115 in collaboration with the Math/CS Society and R-PEACE.

  • February

    MtA Hacks

    Collaborate with 75 other computer science students from the maritimes at a two-day conference filled with workshops, projects, and social events. MtA Hacks is a conference by our partner club.

  • May


    Show off your major projects to your peers, community, and industry connections at our annual showcase. You'll have the chance to submit your work to Google's Solution Challenge.

  • More


Throughout our workshops, we'll be using these resources to learn new tools. More resources will be added throughout the year.


Google Coding Tutorials

Google Products

Index of Google Resources

Web Development

Getting started with HTML/CSS

DSC Team

Graeme Zinck

Graeme Zinck

Co-President / DSC Lead

Eliot Scott

Eliot Scott


Developer Student Clubs (DSC) is a program affiliated with Google Developers.

DSC MtA is a student-run club at Mount Allison University.


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