29 October 2017
As the second semester draws to a close, and you lick your wounds or walk head high after final exams, you are invited to come and take part in the Hackathon of the year! There’s up to $8000 in prize money to be won and great ideas waiting to be created! The Hackathon is a part of our annual conference StartCon - the largest in Australia for startups and growth - and this year it’s based around the endless possibilities of the Freelancer.com API.
How does it work?
The Hackathon is a chance to create new and amazing apps that leverage the Freelancer.com platform and marketplace (and the army of Freelancers that use the site) through our shiny new API.
Tell me more!
- When: The Hackathon is run over the both days of the StartCon conference, on the 1st and 2nd of December
- Where: Royal Randwick Racecourse
- Who: It’s free to apply either as a team, or fly solo
- Prizes: There is up to $8,000 in prizes to be given away, including a massive $5,000 for the winning team or individual
- Food: You betcha!
Any other perks?
This is your opportunity to showcase your ability, and perhaps even gain a position with Freelancer - one of the leading tech companies in Australia. Numerous entrants have gained engineering and data science positions with us, and an entrant in 2015 is now a Senior Product Manager, and rising star in the business! As a Hackathon participant, you also get an full-access pass to all of the conference over both days. Speakers this year include the CEOs of Dribbble, Moz, and Crunchbase, CMO of Classpass, Growth Engineering manager at Pinterest, and many many more.
So grab your toolkits, albeit same ones from your finals, and come showcase your talents and have fun!
29 October 2017
Have you started to think about your career? Don't miss out and register with us to be included in our mailing for BCG Australia's 2018 recruiting events!
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At BCG, your talent and ambition are just the start. You will experience a life-changing career with global opportunities, outstanding professional development and an intellectually inspiring environment. By working with the world's leading businesses on their toughest strategic and operational questions, you will shape their future and grow into a responsible leader.
We recruit students from all disciplines and from all universities in Australia and New Zealand.
Register here to receive invitations for 2018 BCG in-house events, campus presentation dates and be kept updated with application deadlines
24 October 2017
Hello! For the last edition of Beta for the year, we’ve got a special article from a CSESoc alumni, writing about his experiences from before he started university to where he is now, an employee at Google. Don’t miss this great opportunity to learn about his experiences!
Missed an old edition of Beta? Check out our Beta library here!
23 October 2017
Announcing the new CSESoc Executive Team for 2018:
Co-Presidents: Ofir Zeevi and Andrew Vo
Treasurer: Martin Le
Arc Delegate: Raiyan Zubair
Secretary: Andrew Kaploun
The outgoing executive team would like to wish them the best of luck for next year.
15 October 2017
Wednesday October 18th, 1:30PM - 3:30PM at Level 1 Seminar Room, K17 Building.
Google are coming to visit CSESoc for our weekly BBQ and are holding a talk on the importance of inclusivity in tech.
Reduce bias and promote inclusion to create impact and innovation. Come ready for an interactive learning experience with Googlers that will help you contribute to an inclusive culture at university and beyond where all of you can thrive.
WHERE: Level 1 Seminar Room, K17 Building
WHEN: 1:30PM Wednesday, October 18
Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/569945830003156/