Good morning CSC members!
Have you heard about Rotman's specialized master's programs? Are you a U of Waterloo student? Curious?
Join us to learn more about the Master of Management Analytics and the Master of Financial Risk Management at the University of Toronto. With bespoke curriculums and experiential learning opportunities they are great options for taking the next step in your career.
Join us on Wednesday October 25th for a mini information session and Q & A from 5:30 to 6:30pm at UW QNC 1502. Feel free to come by and ask anything! Snacks will be provided. Details and registration are HERE<http://www.rotman.utoronto.ca/Degrees/MastersPrograms/MFRM/GettingIn/AdmissionsEvents/20171025_MFRM_MiniInfoSessWaterloo>.
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Recruitment and Admissions Team
Rotman School of Management
105 St George St
Toronto, ON, M5S 3E6
*Tl:dr:* Sign up <https://goo.gl/1fhsbS>* [URL: https://goo.gl/1fhsbS
<https://goo.gl/1fhsbS>]** to complete in the Google Games on campus Oct.
16th! The theme of the games is “Top Secret Mission”. If you have already
competed in the Google Games with us this Spring, then you've already
solved the Top Secret Mission and won't need to compete again (shhhh! keep
those secrets on lock down!)*
Hi CSC students!
Google’s coming back to campus; and this time, the Google Games is coming
with us! On Monday, Oct. 16th, Google will be hosting the Google Games in a
Box; Campus Edition, where teams of up to five students compete against
each other in friendly competition through coding, puzzles and word
association games. We'd love for you to come out, take a study break, and
join in on the Google Games fun!
The top teams will not only get bragging rights but also some preeeeetty
cool prizes! This year’s theme is “Top Secret Mission” -- you’ll have to
use all of your spy know-how to win. We’ll also go over the cool
internships and full-time roles Google’s hiring for!
Here’s what you’ll need to do to participate:
Assemble a team of 4-5 students from UWaterloo (a team of four students
having a CS or SE background is strongly recommended).
Pick a team name & team captain - Register here <https://goo.gl/1fhsbS>:
**Each team member must register individually**
Please register by Oct. 11th. We’ll email out a final confirmation to
everyone who has registered a few days before the event.
Check out the details and FAQs below!
The Google Games at the University of Waterloo
When: Monday, Oct. 16th, 2017 from 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Where: University of Waterloo, The Bomber <https://goo.gl/maps/ZLimuTzr65A2>
(in the SLC)
*Don't forget to register here <https://goo.gl/1fhsbS>:
Q. Can we have fewer than four members on our team?
A. We strongly recommend having the maximum number of members – any less
and you'll lose your competitive edge.
Q. Can we replace a member before the start of the event?
A. Sure. Just let us know via uwaterloostudents(a)google.com. Be sure to
include: the full name and email of the new team member, the full name of
who is being replaced, your school name and your team name.
Q. Do I need to bring my own laptop?
A. It will give your team a competitive advantage to have all members work
from their own laptop in the challenges. If you don’t have your own, see if
you can borrow one from a friend. And don’t forget the charger!
Q. Will food be provided?
A. Yes! We’ll have all kinds of fun Bomber pub food to enjoy, including
Hashtag Fries! If you have any dietary restrictions, please note this in
the form and we will be sure to accommodate you.
Q. When will our team receive a confirmation about the Games?
A. After the registration deadline, we will reach out to provide more
Please direct all other questions to: uwaterloostudents(a)google.com
* • **Caitlin McDonough*
* • *University Programs Specialist
* • Google Waterloo, Canada*
Quantitative trading firm is looking for a skilled CS grad || student to join team and build low-latency order routing infrastructure & algorithms in either a project or full-time capacity.
• know multithreaded programming (IPC, semaphores, concurrency)
• know Network programming, protocols, and distributed architectures
• work (mainly) on the command line and are good with bash, awk, sed, perl, piping commands and scripting
• code in OO c++ or Java with STL/Boost or Apache equivalents using polymorphic ADT
• have an interest in high-performance computing, correspondingly use appropriate data structures, care about cache misses, pollution and branching predictions (in critical code sections)
• actually use man pages
• understand the basics of regression and time-series forecasting
• have been at MC past 10pm on a Friday night
• Compensation competitive
• Work located at 340 King St East, Toronto
Please reach out with interest and questions to Michael Golas (CS '04) at: mg(a)d2xcapital.com