Join us from anywhere in the world at this year's CS50 Fair at Harvard. Follow along as students demo their final projects and talk about their experiences in CS50.

The live show begins streaming on Monday, Dec 9th at 12pm EST until 3:30pm EST.

The CS50 fair is an end-of-term celebration of all ~800 on-campus students' final projects, attended by 2,000+ students, faculty, and staff. Current and former teaching staff are welcome to attend as are faculty, friends, and family.

Two thirds of CS50 students have never taken CS before. Students from Harvard College, Harvard Business School, Harvard Extension School, Harvard Graduate School of Design, Harvard Kennedy School, and area high schools take CS50.

Students will have completed nine problem sets inspired by the arts, humanities, social sciences, and sciences. Topics include abstraction, algorithms, data structures, encapsulation, resource management, security, and software engineering. Languages include C, Python, and SQL plus students’ choice of: HTML, CSS, and JavaScript (for web development); Java or Swift (for mobile app development); or Lua (for game development). The course culminates in a final project displayed at the CS50 Fair.