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Tuesday, September 26 • 12:30pm - 1:30pm
Recruiters Panel

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A crucial part of the recruitment process is getting your CV ready. That's the first thing the recruiter looks at, and that's where you need to make a good first impression; you won't have that chance again later. There's a lot of details that can make a CV good or bad, but many of them are not very obvious for a first-timer CV writer.

We've arranged a panel of recruiters who are among the exhibitors present at CppCon this year; they are going to help you understand what they are going for in a CV, what they consider red flags, and - maybe - some secrets of what makes the CV look very appealing to them. The panel is primarily targetted at first-time job or internship seekers, mainly students, but feel free to come - no matter how many times you've rewritten your CV, you may still learn something.


Nicole Mazzuca

Software Engineering Intern, Microsoft
Nicole Mazzuca is a C++ and Rust programmer who is very interested in object models - she is helping to write the Rust object model, and as such has studied other object models heavily, especially C++'s.

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Kevin P. Fleming

Open Source Community Builder, Bloomberg
Kevin operates the OSPO at Bloomberg in New York City, managing Bloomberg's interactions with the global open source community. He facilitates open source contributions, project publications, and supports the processes to bring open source tools and infrastructure into the company... Read More →

Randal Matthias

Business Development Manager, Semantic Designs Inc
Automated Code Analysis and Transformation.Former Managing Director, blackboxIT IT staffing and consulting

Prashant Singh

Manager, Commvault

Sylvie Tehbelian

Senior Global Talent Acquisition Manager, MPC Film

Tuesday September 26, 2017 12:30pm - 1:30pm PDT
Colossus Theater Meydenbauer Center