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Do you want a summer job? Finastra is hiring


Finastra is hiring two positions for summer (May-August).

Job Summary

The Developer will be responsible for designing and implementing code in both client and server sides. Your primary focus will be two-fold: 1) implement a complete user interface in the form of a mobile and desktop web app, with a focus on performance; 2) implement services to support back-end data exchanges and business validation. Your main duties will include creating modules and components and coupling them together into a functional app.

Job Accountabilities

  • Deliver complete features in both front and back-end application layers
  • Ensure high performance on mobile and desktop
  • Write unit tested, coding standards compliant, and minimally documented
  • Coordinate the workflow between the UI/UX, Angular and RESTful Services
  • Communicate with external web services that may have both SOAP and REST flavors
  • Part of an Agile team

Preferred skills & knowledge

  • Knowledge of object-oriented coding with applicability in two technologies: Angular and .NET Framework (C#).
  • Professional, precise communication skills
  • Knowledge of CSS, Bootstrap 3 and JS methods for providing UX compliant deliverables is an asset
  • Understanding of the responsibilities of the platform, database, API, caching layer, proxies, and other web services used in the system
  • Knowledge of .NET Framework, ASP.NET Web API and HTTP / SSL / XML / SOAP / REST / HTTP protocols is an asset
  • Team player attitude
QA Automation Developer

Job Summary

The Co-Op Quality Assurance Automation Developer will have the opportunity to accelerate the delivery and improve the quality of Finastra Student Lending products. You will be responsible for designing, implementing and adding test frameworks/infrastructure for many purposes which could include data creation, processing and manipulation. You will be part of a testing automation team that is working on problems in a number of areas, including UI automation and Service testing. Your focus is developing code to test products rather than fixing or finding bugs.

Job Accountabilities

  • Write moderately complex code/scripts to test systems.
  • Build automated suites and associated data using test frameworks.
  • Drive test automation and framework development.
  • Create testing workflows that communicate together efficiently

Preferred skills and knowledge

  • Have a proven aptitude for Computer Science or Information Technology
  • General knowledge of test methodologies, writing test plans, creating test cases and debugging.
  • Good knowledge of internet technologies.
  • Knowledge of SQL and .NET environments.
  • Team player attitude
  • Willing to take initiative
To apply, please send your resume to Peter Kocsis (


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The following courses still have waiting lists and department consent applied so you will NOT be able to add these courses.

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The CS Undergraduate Advising Office has opened applications for CS transfers for Fall 2017. The online application is available at will be open from Tuesday, December 5 until Sunday, December 31, 2017, at 11.59 p.m.

We're accepting applications for:

Transfer from Math to CS - at a minimum, must have taken CS 136 or be taking it in Fall 2017.Transfer from CS to BCS (Data Science) - must have taken STAT 231 or be taking it in Fall 2017.Transfer from CS to CS/Digital HardwareAdding a Joint CS to an out-of-faculty planTransfer from outside of Math to CS (pending approval from Math)Answers to common questions about the transfer process can be found in the CS FAQs (particularly #2 and #151).

Course enrollment for Spring 2018

Appointments for course enrollment began on Monday 26 March and open enrollment begins on Wednesday 28 March.

For students trying to add CS courses, we encourage you to review the course selection page.

In Computer Science,  we drop the enrolment caps by approximately 15% of the total enrolment number for the course to give advisors room to handle special cases. We will return the enrolment caps to their actual size in the second week of classes after we have had time to deal with the special cases. This will occur on Friday, May 4, 2018, (we don't know the precise time) and remaining space will be available on a first-come-first-served basis only if the section isn't already at its enrolment total. WHAT IS A SPECIAL CASE?
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