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The ACM chapter at GSU presents
Navigating the Start of a Tech Career: What No One Talks About

Batya Zamansky
Software Engineer

Getting into the tech field can seem daunting if you haven't had a job there before. Even if you have, it can still be intimidating! Hear one software engineer's story about how she got to where she is now, with some anecdotes from the journeys of people she knows and some tips and tricks about navigating the tricky bits along the way. She will talk specifically about the parts that everyone just seems to have to struggle through or figure out or learn along the way.

NOTE: Seating is limited for this event, so you must RSVP in PIN in order to be admitted.

About the Speaker: Batya Zamansky interned at Originate and 2U before making her way to Meta, where she has been a software engineer since 2017. She earned a B.A. in information science with a minor in computer science from Cornell University. Batya is a born-and-raised New Yorker and is fully convinced that no bagels in Atlanta can compare to those in NYC. In her spare time, she likes to read, write, and craft.

Thursday, February 9, 2023
1:00 p.m.-2:00 p.m.
Room 460/462, Student Center West

Everyone welcome!
Free refreshments!
For more information about the ACM chapter at GSU, please visit our website:<>.
The chapter welcomes the following new members: Fathin Ahmed, Pramit Bhatia, Dominique Daniel, Eswarr Dasi, Antonio Imbesi, Swathi Kothapalli, Derek Kottuppally, Yulduz Muradova, Dulce Osorio, Jay Patel, Frank Pham, Preston Powell, and Donte Robinson.