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Goldman Sachs - Engineering full time and summer intern program

ABOUT GOLDMAN SACHSThe Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. is a leading global investment banking, securities and investment management firm that provides a wide range of financial services to a substantial and diversified client base that includes corporations, financial institutions, governments and individuals. Founded in 1869, the firm is headquartered in New York and maintains offices in all major financial centers around the world.ABOUT ENGINEERINGOur Engineers don’t just make things – we make things possible. Change the world by connecting people and capital with ideas. Solve the most challenging and pressing engineering problems for our clients. Join our engineering teams that build massively scalable software and systems, architect low latency infrastructure solutions, proactively guard against cyber threats, and leverage machine learning alongside financial engineering to continuously turn data into action. Create new businesses, transform finance, and explore a world of opportunity a…
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Goldman Sachs Fall 2020 Engineering Events

At Goldman Sachs, we believe who you are makes you better at what you do. For us, it’s all about bringing together people who are curious, collaborative and have the drive to make things possible for our clients and communities. Our Engineering organization, comprised of our Engineering Division, global strategist groups, and Engineering teams within other divisions, build solutions to some of the most complex problems in the industry. From automated trading to managing data, risk analysis to safeguarding information and promoting environmental sustainability, our commitment to best-in-class technology provides Goldman Sachs with a competitive edge. Join us for our upcoming virtual events to learn more. Visithttp://goldmansachs.com/careers/eventsfor event registration.·Affinity Network Series, October 15th @ 5pm-6pm EST:  Join us for a series of panel discussions featuring members from our engineering affinity networks as they discuss diversity, culture, resources and communities at t…

Hackathons for students - Build, learn and get a shot at big opportunities

Quick Base Virtual Hackathon- Goal: Calling on creative problem solvers to address today’s biggest challenges using Quick Base’s low-code platform.- Prizes: $250,000 prize pool, including cash, promotion and more- Deadline: November 16- Details + Registration: http://bit.ly/QBHack20uAlexa Skills Challenge: Beyond Voice- Goal: Build (or update) an Alexa skill that uses APL for Audio (beta), APL, motion and sensing APIs OR Alexa Web API for Games to add rich audio, visuals, or motion to your experience.- Prizes: $97,000 prize pool including a trophy, cash, participation prizes, and more- Deadline: November 17- Details + Registration: http://bit.ly/AlexaBV20uMicrosoft Azure Hack for Social Justice- Eligibility Note: US Only (See full rules for details)- Goal: Hack for good and build an application prototype with Azure that helps empower communities and create change around one or more social justice issues. The application should be functional with real or sample data.- Prizes: $10,000 p…

SAP iXp Hack4Good

The SAP iXp Hack4Good is an immersive and virtual experience from October 23 (2p.m. EDT) to October 25 (Judging starts 2p.m. EDT) that aims to foster collaboration through a purpose-driven challenge. During the weekend, you’ll be able to create innovative and sustainable solutions to give back to our community – and have fun doing it!  The University of Waterloo is one of only 4 schools selected in Canada to join this exclusive event. You’ll join other students, and also current SAP interns, from Canada, USA, and Waterloo.Please sign-up using Major League Hacking’s registration form (in the link above) before Oct 22, but please note that spots are limited so the earlier the better! We look forward to meeting you!

Hack the Northeast: Call for Student Ambassadors!

Hack the Northeast invites University of Waterloo students to apply as campus ambassadors for our second hackathon, taking place in December 2020!
Apply Here:https://hackthenortheast.typeform.com/to/W6M5xScM
What is Hack the Northeast?Hack the Northeast (HTNE) is a student-led hackathon based in NYC, and aims to provide students with an environment that fosters innovation, diversity, and inclusivity. During our last hackathon in June, we offered learning opportunities, networking, and a safe space for meaningful collaboration to over 1000 students.This time, we’d love to have other students from all around the world help us make our event better than ever.
What does a Campus Ambassador do?Campus ambassadors will be responsible for promoting Hack the Northeast’s events and supporting our initiative of building a welcoming and innovative community for students interested in tech. You’ll be in charge of one of the most important parts of our event: spreading the word to other students and e…

Department Consent Removed - CS454

Please be aware that department consent has been removed for CS454 for Fall 2020 as per the information on the course selection page: https://cs.uwaterloo.ca/current-undergraduate-students/majors/cs-course-enrollment.If the class is full, then you will need to wait for students to drop the course before you could add the course for Fall 2020. Please note that the deadline to add courses is Monday, Sept 21 at 11:59 PM (EST):https://uwaterloo.ca/registrar/important-dates/calendar?op=nav&navigate=2020-09.

New hackathons for students - Build, learn and get a shot at big opportunities

TypingDNA Hackathon
Goal: Innovate and create anything you can think of as long as it as long as your project includes TypingDNA API calls. Show us what you’d build given that you CAN recognize people based on their typing.Prizes: $110,000 in prizesDeadline: October 31Details + Registration: https://bit.ly/TypingDNA20u2020 Developer Circles Community Challenge Goal: Become the teacher and put your own innovative spin on developer education by creating written tutorials that showcase the capabilities of Facebook technologies. Prizes: Up to $133,000 in total prizesDeadline: October 26, 2020Details + Registration: https://bit.ly/DevC2020umonday.com Build it Better Challenge
Goal: Build a new monday App that allows teams to improve collaboration, communication, teamwork, or simply make daily work a little more joyful in one of the required categories (CRM, Software Development, Construction and field workers)Prizes: $84,000 prize pool, including Teslas, promotion, consultation and moreSu…