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Wed, 18 Nov 2020 13:26:10 +0000
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The GSU chapter of the ACM presents
Q&A With Facebook Engineers

Andrew Huang (Moderator)
Adjunct Lecturer & Facebook Engineer-in-Residence
Department of Computer Science
Georgia State University

How do you get a job as a software engineer? What skills are the most important? What's the scariest thing about working for a big company? What advice do you have for undergraduates? Hear from engineers from all over Facebook answer these questions and more in our Eng Q&A panel. We'll answer pre-submitted questions and take questions from the audience.

NOTE: Please register for the event at<>

About the Speakers: Andrew Huang, the panel moderator, is the lecturer for Design and Analysis of Algorithms (CSC 4520) this fall. He's also an engineer at Facebook. Previously, he's worked at startups in SF and taught computer science at UC Berkeley. Joining Andrew will be Facebook engineers Aaron Cordova, Jessica Fleck, Luisa Hurtado, Zoe Robert, and Brandon Vo from Privacy, ML, Core Nav, Recruiting, and Social Impact. Some are new grads, others have been in industry for a few years or more. All are excited to meet you and answer your questions.

Win a valuable door prize!
An Amazon Echo Show 5 smart display will be given away.

Friday, November 20, 2020
3:00 p.m.-4:30 p.m.

Webex link:
Meeting number: 120 157 2788  Password: GSUACM
Everyone welcome!

For more information about the GSU ACM chapter, please visit our website:<>.

Congratulations to Nikhil Gupta, who won the door prize (an Amazon Echo Dot) at the meeting on November 6!
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