Monthly Archives: May 2014
Practice makes perfect
Friday lunchtime Programming Club launches: Switched on students of all year levels are meeting weekly in the Duck Lounge (EM110) to practice their programming skills, in preparation for the ACM Intercollegiate Programming competition and to improve their programming skills. Each week a problem from an online judging site is set and students attempt, alone or […]
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INCUBATE: Creating Student-led Startups!
Computer Science recently hosted an ‘incubation’ program at the University, during which entrepreneurial students were supported to develop their business ideas over the three month period from January to March. The incubation program involves selecting the top founders from across the campus and nurturing them by teaching them about calculated risk-taking, lean-startup methods and best […]
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Learning the Hows and Whys – Our 2014 Google Interns
Five of our undergraduate students spent the summer at Google (Sydney) on a range of different internship programs. These programs involve a 12 week development project that gives interns an opportunity to enhance their coding skills and get exposed to new tools and programming languages, while working with Google software engineers on live Google projects. In […]
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Professor Ali Babar wins Most Influential Paper Award of ASWEC 2014
The School of Computer Science’s Professor Ali Babar and colleagues from National ICT Australia (NICTA) Dr. Liming Zhu and Professor Ross Jeffery have won the Most Influential Paper Award of the 23rd Australasian Software Engineering Conference (ASWEC) 2014. The winning paper, A Framework for Classifying and Comparing Software Architecture Evaluation Methods, was published in ASWEC […]
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