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14 May 2017

Canva Tech Talk: Front-End Engineering at Scale

Monday May 22, 2:00PM - 3:00PM, in K17 Seminar Room

Canva are coming to UNSW and are delivering a talk on the challenges faced when scaling the front end from the minimal viable product to an innovative, user friendly graphic design tool that is used by over 10 million people. So if you're interested in front end engineering, come to the K17 Seminar at 2pm after our weekly BBQ on May 22.

Facebook Event Link: https://www.facebook.com/events/300651280369849

7 May 2017

Introduction to Python

Friday May 19, 4:00PM - 5:00PM, in K17 Seminar Room

If you've ever wanted an extensible language to create your own projects, websites or write awesome algorithms with, then Python is the language for you!

Python is not only a powerful, general purpose and widely used language, but also one which is both easy to learn, and use!

We're going to cover all the basic Python syntax that you'll need to get you started, plus some other bonuses to guarantee you'll learn something new regardless of your previous experience.

Bring your laptops if you'd like to code along with us, otherwise you can find all slides online after the talk!

Facebook Link: https://www.facebook.com/events/372118423185597/

7 May 2017

Grad School Talk

Tuesday May 9th, 100:PM - 2:00PM, in K17 Seminar Room

Over the past few years, CSE has seen a surge in recruitment from tech companies big and small. Thanks to past students there is a wealth of information available about life as a software engineer. Unfortunately, most students are still unaware of what opportunities are available if they were to chose a career in computer science research.

In this talk I'll be comparing the difference between the life of a PhD student and a software engineer. I'll also cover what kind of research opportunities are available to students at UNSW. Finally, I'll share my experience applying to schools in the US (Berkeley, Stanford, MIT, CMU, UW) and the UK (Cambridge) along with some useful advice to help anyone considering doing the same.

Facebook Link: https://www.facebook.com/events/175657502958357/

7 May 2017

The Sunrise Conference

The Sunrise Conference (May 31st) is bringing together founders from some of the most successful Australian startups to tell their stories. Join Australia’s startup community, be inspired and learn what it takes to make it in the startup game!

The Sunrise will feature a keynote presentations and Q&A with each speaker. Learn first-hand what it takes to build a successful startup here in Australia, and get to hang out with a bunch of founders at all stages of their own journey.

For more details on guest speakers: https://www.thesunrise.live/speakers-front

Our friends at Blackbird Ventures are excited to offer you guys super cheap tickets set aside for CSESoc members!

Purchase tickets here: https://www.thesunrise.live/tickets

Find out more about The Sunrise Conference: https://www.thesunrise.live/

Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/308360649579329/

1 May 2017

Intro to Front End Web Dev

Friday May 12, 1:00PM - 2:00PM in K17 Seminar Room

If you've ever been interested in web development then this is the workshop for you!

We're going to cover basic html, css and bootstrap, as well as font awesome, hover.css and some other useful tools. By the end of the workshop, you will have the skills and knowledge to make the front-end for almost any type of website, and a responsive personal portfolio website on which to show your new creations off!

The only thing you need to bring is a laptop with a plain text editor like Sublime Text if you plan on following along. We hope to see you all there!