Amanda Darcangelo: Documentation Saves Lives

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January 28th, 2020

47 mins 11 secs

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About this Episode

With Surge Syracuse and all of these initiatives, the idea is to keep tech local and tech resources local, and we can't do that if people can't find jobs here. We know the jobs are out there, but people need to be able to find them.

Karin and Kelly chat with Amanda Darcangelo, leader of the Syracuse chapter of Women in Machine Learning and Data Science, about her group's upcoming career fair, the importance of collaboration in the tech community, and what it means to be a tech resource in 2020. We also talk about what to bring to a career fair and speculate on the future of cover letters.


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Upcoming WiMLDS Events

Sign up for the data science and machine learning career fair on Saturday, March 7 at Syracuse CoWorks here!

Interested in Martha Grabowski's Unmanned Aerial Systems presentation on February 4? Register here!


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Special thanks to our sponsor Hack Upstate! Visit hackupstate.com to learn more about upcoming hackathons and get ready to code!

Interested in becoming a full-stack web developer? Sign up for the Cohort 2 waitlist and the mailing list at Careers in Code for information on upcoming events and job opportunities!


Music

This episode features "Brain Power" by Mela from the album Mela two.


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