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17 February 2017

MSFT3C - Microsoft College Code Competition

Thursday March 9, 5:00 - 9:00PM in K17 Seminar Room

Come have fun and show us your coding skills! The MSFT3C (Microsoft College Code Competition) is an ACM style event in which students show their engagement with coding by answering questions formulated by software engineers working at Microsoft. Team up with friends (max 3 per team) for a chance to win prizes!

17 February 2017

Microsoft Resume & Application Workshop

Friday March 10, 10.00 - 2.00 PM, Presentations every hour in K17 Seminar Room

Software engineers and recruiters from Microsoft will go over how to write a resume and apply to roles. This is a great opportunity to learn how to build your resume and to learn more about Microsoft’s application process and get interview tips.

17 February 2017

BCG on Campus at UNSW!

At BCG they relentlessly challenge established thinking, and they seek graduates with the determination to do the same. By joining their team, you will develop game-changing ideas, work with incredibly talented people and forge your career path from day one.

BCG partners with clients across business, government and not-for-profit sectors to identify their highest value opportunities, address their most critical challenges and transform their organisations.

BCG will be on campus at UNSW on Wednesday 1 March 2017 from 12.00-2.00pm. Their aim is to talk to students about discovering a fulfilling career in management consulting. They recruit exceptional people across diverse backgrounds including music, philosophy, science, maths, medicine, law, politics, engineering and commerce.

Refer to BCG’s Facebook event or website to register your attendance.

17 February 2017

Palantir Workshop

Monday March 6, 1.30PM - 4:00PM in K17 Seminar Room

Today’s critical institutions don’t just protect public safety or provide vital goods and services -- they also deal with astonishing amounts of data. Palantir builds software that lets organisations integrate and analyse their data to solve problems they couldn’t before.

Come join Palantir at a hands-on problem solving event and learn from full-time engineers about how they approach these problems. You will explore real-world examples similar to those mentioned above and challenge yourself to come up with solutions.

1 December 2016

2017 Accenture Bootcamp

Accenture is offering students the chance to participate in its acclaimed 4-day Bootcamp at the Sydney Accenture office, providing invaluable exposure to a professional software engineering environment.

This opportunity is available to anyone who has an interest in coding or technology innovation. Successful candidates will be placed in a small team to complete a big data/IOT project and present it to senior managers with Accenture.

If you are interested in this opportunity, then we encourage you to apply ASAP as spots are limited.

Link: https://www.accenture.com/au-en/careers/technology-academy-bootcamp