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Computer Science

Off-Campus Tours and Talks

2012–13

Lunch and Tour of Adobe Systems
San Francisco, CA
March 28, 2013

Adobe presenters:
Sarah Alley - Manager Client Engineering
Julie Campagna – Inspiration Group Manager
Jennifer Chang - Sr Program Manager
Rachel Luxemburg - Principal Strategist, Community & Social Media
Divya Manian - Product Manager
Erica Norton - Software Quality Developer, Digital Publications
Kelly Orasin - Talent Partner, University Talent
Julie Selby - Program Manager
JuLee Burdekin '95 - Senior Manager of Content

How to Crack the Coding Interview: Skills and Strategies for Software Engineers and PMs
Intel Headquarters
Santa Clara, CA
October 17, 2012

CodeChix presents Gayle Laakmann McDowell for a heart-to-heart talk about technical interviews and what CS concepts, code and design are needed when interviewing for a tech job.

Cracking the Coding Interview is the #1 interview prep book for software engineers. The Google Resume is a broader book to teach people what they need to do to position themselves for a tech job, starting from early in college up through the offer and job performance itself.

2011–12

Facebook Women Engineers Host Mills College's Department of Computer Science
Dinner, tour, and conversations with women engineers at Facebook Headquarters
Menlo Park, CA
February 17, 2012

See pictures of the tour at the Mills College Facebook Page -- Mills College Students Meet with Facebook Engineers.

 

National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center (NERSC) Tour
415 20th St., Oakland
November 7, 2011

A tour of the Lawrence Berkeley National Lab parallel systems/supercomputing center at the National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center for Mills students, including a talk given by Katie Antypas, head of NERSC’s User Services Group.  The National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center (NERSC) is the primary scientific computing facility for the Office of Science in the US Department of Energy. As one of the largest facilities in the world devoted to providing computational resources and expertise for basic scientific research, NERSC is a world leader in accelerating scientific discovery through computation. NERSC is a division of the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, located in Berkeley, California.  NERSC itself is located at the UC Oakland Scientific Facility in Oakland, California.  See pictures of the tour at NERSC website.


 

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