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The GSU chapter of the ACM presents
Facebook Engineering, Teaching, and the EIR Program

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

Have you ever been curious about what it's like to work at a large tech company? What it'd be like to teach computer science? Or what opportunities exist this fall to strengthen your coding and interviewing skills? Andrew Huang will walk you through his experiences as a software engineer at Facebook, his previous work in education, as well as the current work he's doing at GSU through the Engineer-in-Residence program. He'll also re-introduce GSU's programming team, a club for improving your coding skills, competing in programming contests, and making friends.

About the Speaker: Andrew 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. He likes Tetris, reading, and cats.

Friday, September 11, 2020
3:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.

Webex link: | 1206147154

Everyone welcome!

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

The chapter welcomes Shain Dholakiya as a new member. We also thank Ashwin Gopalakrishnan and Sergey Knyazev for renewing their memberships.
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