Join us for a new instalment of the Laidlaw Alumni Society Career Panel Series and find out how you can succeed in the Software Engineering industry!
The panel discussion will explore the panellists’ experiences, the Software Engineering industry, and how to get into Software Engineering.
By the end of the panel, you will have learned:
- Key tips and advice that will help you to create a strong application for a Software Engineering position
- Which technical and soft skills are currently the most relevant to a career in Software Engineering
- How COVID-19 affects students looking to pursue a career in Software Engineering and how the industry has been affected in general
Date: Thursday, November 5th, 1pm BST/8am EDT/9pm HKT
Software Engineering Director at Facebook
Gareth has had a varied career, having founded start ups, worked for large traditional companies and now Facebook where he leads engineering for Commerce Opportunities - an area which focuses on making commerce businesses successful. He has been heavily involved in the open source community with Apache and has a keen interest in Diversity and Inclusion in Tech.
Regional Tech Lead, Citadel LLC
Senior engineering leader with a demonstrated history of leading technical teams. Experience working within DevOps, Site Reliability, and Production Engineering.
Student at Trinity College Dublin, Part-Time Researcher at Trinity College Dublin, Laidlaw Scholar
Software Engineering Intern (2020) at Google, London.
Software Engineering Analyst, JPMorgan Chase & Co., Laidlaw Scholar
I love to code, build things from scratch and I am interested in anything related to tech, entrepreneurship or aviation (yes, I love airplanes :) )
MODERATED BY: JUWON LEE
Laidlaw Scholar at the University of Hong Kong
This event is part of the Laidlaw Alumni Career Panel series.
Each Panel in the series brings together Laidlaw Alums and experienced professionals working in the same field to discuss their sector, and share experiences and tips with Scholars looking to go into their field.