14 March 2017
Wednesday 22 March, 6:30PM - 8:30PM
We’re excited to be hosting the first in our series of regular events that aims to support the rapidly growing frontend engineering community here in Sydney, and we’re very keen to get more women involved in the area.
If any of the members of CSESoc would like to attend we’ve set aside 10 tickets, so they just need to use the code "csemarch22” and it will skip the $10 fee.
You can see more details and sign up for the event here.
We’ll be putting a spotlight on the best frontend engineering practices from the world’s leading companies, and giving like-minded people at both small startups and big companies an opportunity to meet and exchange ideas over some great food and drinks.
12 March 2017
Wargaming Sydney is seeking a Junior Software Engineer to join our friendly team for a 3-month paid internship program commencing from 3rd April 2017 to 30th June 2017.
You will work alongside talented developers in a supportive and fun environment. This is a good opportunity for a junior C++ developer who is eager to gain exposure in the games development industry.
We have 3 positions available in the Engine Team, the Graphics Team, and the Tools Team, respectively. Each of them will require you to perform the following:
- Code, debug and support the existing engines, rendering or tools pipeline
- Work on multiple technologies powering AAA games
- Work with experienced developers from diverse backgrounds
12 March 2017
At Microsoft, we are continually reinventing, and constantly challenging traditional processes. Protege is a competition that allows students to help us solve business problems that Microsoft is currently facing. We're looking for your fresh perspective and creativity to bring about innovative solutions.
Protege is deeply valued within the company, because we understand that undergraduate students are the bright minds that will power our company in the future. This year, the competition has been refreshed, and we want you to be the first to experience the new Protege.
Entering in Protege is the best way to get in front of Microsoft recruiters, and numerous past Protege competitors are now interns and grads at Microsoft Australia!
For more information on how the competition is structured and how to enter, click here!
12 March 2017
Thursday March 16, 6PM - 8:30PM in K17 Seminar Room.
No time to catch up with friends? Hoping to meet your future lab partner? Want to get involved with CSESoc and help out during the year?
We're hosting our very first MEET AND GREET event for the year. Come down to the K17 Seminar Room (CSE Building) between 6-8:30pm Thursday, 16th March for the perfect opportunity to meet new people and friends, as well as your loving and extremely approachable CSESoc exec team! Find out how you can get involved and what opportunities we've got for you in the future. There will be plenty of food, drinks for everyone and don't worry if you have class - feel free to drop in and out whenever you can!
If you're a first year, this is a great place to meet like minded people and build a lasting group of friends for the rest of your uni life - especially if you've missed out on camp! Older members, this is another chance for you to kick off the year with our social nights. Everyone is welcome to come and meet people!.
See you all there!
12 March 2017
Monday April 3, 2.00PM in K17 Seminar Room
At Optiver, we’re faced with a daily challenge- we want to have the freedom to experiment as much as possible, but we don’t want to risk having an unpredictable impact on the markets. To let the innovation happen, we built a simulation framework to play our models over large quantities of historical data. We also made the simulation framework really easy to use so that anyone with basic python knowledge could spin up an experiment. Unfortunately, lots of users x lots of data required computing power that we couldn’t hold in our offices in Sydney. To answer this we turned to Amazon Web Services.
Thien Nguyen, a UNSW alumni and software developer at Optiver, will be presenting on how Optiver uses Amazon Web Services to scale their data experiments and automate idea generation, testing and acceptance.