Fast growing start-up located at the Accelerator Centre is looking for
a very good and experienced c/c++ developer and web developer (php,
undergrad and 3.5k+ for grads netto per month (after taxes) and
full-time limited term positions with good salary plus shares options.
Please apply with bitbucket or github examples. Only expert
programmers need apply. During the interview we will extensively test
your software engineering and programming knowledge. Please contact me
directly if you wish to know more about the company.
Dear U Waterloo Computer Science Club,
I’m reaching out to you because I have awesome opportunities to share with
the Computer Science students at Waterloo.
My name is Aaron, and I'm a recent graduate working at
MindSumo.<http://ht.ly/fewut>Our company’s goal is to connect students
to potential employers through technical
challenges. <http://ht.ly/fewut> Our challenges give you a chance to apply
the CS skills you’re learning in school to compete with other students
around the country for cash prizes and internships while building a
portfolio of projects for your resume.
We just added two new challenges specifically for Computer Science
prizes and internships offered from Lookout and Palantir.
This challenge from Lookout <http://ht.ly/iwssu> asks students to design an
efficient and secure mobile messaging system and offers over $550 in
This challenge from Palantir <http://ht.ly/i77k1> asks students to debug a
live linux server and offers over $500 in prizes
I know that Waterloo Computer Science students could really shine by
participating in these challenges. If you have any questions feel free to
contact me at aaron(a)mindsumo.com
*Aaron Weiss *| Community Manager | MindSumo Inc. | Cell: 415-272-6444 |
www.mindsumo.com | * <http://www.facebook.com/mindsumo>
Hi CSC Industry List!
Microsoft is hosting the College Puzzle Challenge 2013 and Waterloo is their select destination in Canada! Don't miss the event on Saturday April 13th 2013.
Field up to a four-man team for a day of fun puzzles and free food. Plus you could score something awesome.
Questions? Find out more at collegepuzzlechallenge.com or contact us at cpc(a)microsoft.com. Register here before spots run out!
Like us on Facebook for the latest info on the event. See you on April 13!
Microsoft Student Partner
Job Description: We are looking for a programmer interested in working
part-time on web-based data visualization software. The position will
plugins that facilitate the organization of video games research. You
will need to become familiar enough with these plugins to create a
single web-based implementation before moving on to the next plug-in.
visualization and pattern recognition, is an asset.
About The Project: The Pattern Recognition And Games project
(PRAGmatic) utilizes open-source, web-based data visualization tools
to facilitate the study of video games. We have no preferred method of
visualization. Instead, our content is the distribution of new tools
to increase the level of interaction scholars have with the available
data. The aim of PRAGmatic is to expose under-explored areas within
games studies and foster the recognition of emergent trends in
If you are interested in this position, please contact Lesley Northam
or Steve Wilcox (swilcox(a)uwaterloo.ca).
Could you send the following announcement out?
Subject: An Invitation to the Canadian Undergraduate Technology Conference
The Canadian Undergraduate Technology Conference would like to invite you
to our annual conference, *Infect.* We're the largest and longest running
undergraduate technology conference in the country, hosting over 1000
students annually! This year, it will be held May 4th-5th concurrently at
Ryerson University and the University of British Columbia.
*What do we have? Network speakers* such as the Director of Mobile
Engineering at Facebook, Stephen Wolfram from Wolfram Alpha, and several
other heavyweights, *Tech Expo *where you can see the latest and coolest
technologies, *Breakout Sessions* where you choose between over 20 sessions
to customize your experience, and a *Hackathon* sponsored by Microsoft and
*Why is it worth going? *Network with like-minded talented and passionate
students who love tech! Listen to industry leaders speak about the issues
you care about! And on top of that, we feed you!
*What are you waiting for? Sign up at *http://infect.cutc.ca. Subsidies are
given depending on your program, your school wants you to come out too!
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