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2015: A Planning Odyssey

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Robert, a Computing Science student, spent his co-op as a software developer at Visier.  He went above and beyond by volunteering to plan fun social events for the company, which resulted in some great learning experiences.  

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Robertson
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How I Became First Author for a Research Paper During my Co-op

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Daniel Paulino expected to be the intern that got coffee for the office.  He surprised everyone, especially himself, when he developed top performing software and wrote a research paper in his eight month co-op at Genome Science Centre.  Find out how he did it.

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Arthur
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My Co-op at Qualcomm Research Silicon Valley

Co-op Reflections

Evgeny Vinnik is a PhD student at the School of Computing Science.  In this article he shares about his experiences during his internship with Qualcomm Research Silicon Valley during the summer of 2014.

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Dylan's Computing Science Co-op Guide [Part 4]: Finding the Right Job

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Are you a Computing Science Co-op Student and wondering what the right job is for you?  How do you decide what the right job is for you, especially when software is becoming a huge part in every industry? Dylan breaks down “finding the right job”.  This is part four of four.

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Dylan's Computing Science Co-op Guide [Part 3]: The Ingredients of an Effective Engineer

Applied Sciences

How do you go from course work to real world projects? Dylan shares how his courses and co-op have helped him to be a better engineer.  This is part three of four.

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