11 March 2018
Tuesday March 20, 12:00pm-2:00pm at UNSW
To all final year computing students interested in an exciting and unique graduate opportunity - Clayton Utz is launching their pilot Forensics & Technology Services (FTS) graduate program. This will provide you with the opportunity to work in the first integrated forensic and legal service in Australia, and help develop solutions in managing fraud, anti-bribery, corruption, cyber risk, supply chain risk and regulatory investigations.
Come learn all about it and get the chance to network with one of Australia’s top legal firms, over deliciously FREE lunch.
10 March 2018
Monday 12 March 2-3pm K17 Seminar Room
UNIX-like operating systems power the software products we use every day. Startups and software giants alike use them as their primary OS for development and server administration activities. Learning to navigate a UNIX-like OS is a vital tool in any developer's software skillset.
In this workshop, you'll get acquainted with the basics of using a UNIX-based operating system, ready for a flying start to your first COMP course!
Please bring your own laptop.
10 March 2018
Do you have a vision for CSESoc's future?
Do you want an opportunity to grow and expand your soft skills?
Are you curious on how CSESoc operates?
Want to make an impact in one of the largest societies on campus?
If you're passionate about making a difference, keen on personal growth and a drive to improve, please apply for our roles!
You will be working in a close, fast-paced environment and helping us improve student life for all our members at CSESoc.
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Interviews will be held on a ROLLING BASIS so apply early to avoid disappointment we will, however, ensure we read all applications. Make sure you understand the roles you are applying for and don't hesitate to contact us for more information. Students may apply for more than one position but may only accept one in the event of multiple positions being offered.
More information about each role and subcommittee can be found: http://bit.ly/csesoc-subcom-2018
4 March 2018
Friday March 9th, 1:00pm-2:00pm in K17 Seminar Room
The most important institutions in the world today don’t just protect public safety or provide vital goods and services—they also deal with astonishing amounts of data. At Palantir, we build software that lets these organisations integrate and analyse their data to combat terrorism, uncover fraud, develop new medicines, build safer airplanes, and more.
Grab a slice of pizza and join us as we demonstrate our flagship software platform and provide an in-depth look at how we work in Australia and around the world.
Stick around after the demonstration to chat with Palantir engineers about how you can help us build the future of data.
4 March 2018
Wednesday March 7, 12-1:30pm, John Lions Garden.
Come along to the first weekly CSESoc BBQ in John Lions Garden. As always, we will have free sausages and drinks, as well as visitors from Microsoft's Recruiting team.