24 July 2016
Thursday July 28th, 12:30-1:30pm in K17 building
Do you want to program soccer playing robots to develop your software skills and compete in overseas competitions?
rUNSWift, UNSW Computing's soccer playing robot team, are undertaking a large round of recruiting in search for passionate, curious, and eager to learn students.
There are opportunities to develop and research areas including: Vision systems to detect objects in the real world; locomotion, walking, kicking, and other physical capabilities; localisation infrastructure to determine real world locations; algorithm design across a number of areas; unix scripting and process design; robot behaviour and soccer strategy.
We operate predominately in C++, with a smaller amount of Python and Bash scripting.
The projects we work on are both large and small - designed to suit the interests of the individual student. First years through to final year students are welcome!
For more information go to https://www.facebook.com/events/1718988831683770/
24 July 2016
Thursday 28th July 12:30pm, with the tech talk following the BBQ.
Welcome back to semester 2 and hope you had a great holiday! Catch up with us at our BBQ this week at John Lions Garden with special guests, CBA.
The BBQ will feature a mixture of both current graduates, grad alumni and professionals. Commonwealth Bank of Australia are coming to you to present about RaW Tech and DPG Tech. This will be followed by a Grad Panel, featuring graduates and graduate alumni.
24 July 2016
Wednesday July 27th, 4-5:30pm in the K17 Seminar Room
Visual Studio 2015 is not only available for free, but features a host of cross-platform development features. In this session, Microsoft’s Software Engineer Jason Poon will talk about shared code development using Apache Cordova, Ionic, and Visual Studio. Oh, there will be some open source code too!
Register on Eventbrite: http://bit.ly/29PPfcB
Pizza will be provided! And if you’d like to apply to intern and graduate software engineer positions, please bring your resume! microsoft.com/university
20 July 2016
Fresh minds, creative thinkers, and talented technicians. We welcome you. If you're an outstanding student with a strong passion to make things better, we encourage you to apply no matter what you are studying. This isn't your run-of-the-mill intern job. With us, you'll be involved in our daily operations and have the opportunity to make real contributions.
Atlassian internships take place year round and vary by location, so make sure to check openings on a regular basis. We ask that all of our interns be able to commit to at least 12 weeks of full-time work. Internship categories include: Design, Product Management, Infrastructure, Security, Site Reliability and Developer. For more information, please visit the Atlassian website at: atlassian.com/students
2 July 2016
We hope you're having a good break from uni. Remember that O-Week starts on Wednesday the 20th of July, and week 1 starts on the Monday the 25th of July.
We're looking forward to seeing you around again!