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[DIGITAL] 11.05.2021: Fintech hackathon at 360 Treasury Systems

Workshop of the Career Service of the Goethe University and 360 Treasury Systems AG

In this hackathon we aim to discover brilliant computer science talents and offer them a career opportunity as a software engineer or a test automation engineer. If you like to challenge your analytical and programming skills and secure the chance of working at an ambitious technology company, then you are the right fit for this event.

Goals of the workshop:

In this event you will collaborate in a team and challenge your analytical thinking and programming skills. At the end of the event, members of the top performing teams will be invited for job interview to further evaluate a prospective career as a software engineer or a test automation engineer for them.

Contents:

In this hackathon you will work in a team to develop a small software system that represents a real use-case in a FX trading system. The goal of the task is to develop a distributed system with main focus on achieving high performance.

Methods

  • Team work
  • Analytical thinking
  • Programming competence evaluation

Lecturer: 

Masoud Kiaeeha is a software developer who joined 360T in 2018 and he is a member of the SD performance team.

Vaibhav Dhanda is the test automation lead at 360T who has been with the company since 2015.

Masoud and Vaibhav will provide guidance for the participants and ensure that their solutions are being developed in the right direction.

Company:

Since its inception in 2000, 360T has taken the flight from a small technology start-up to a global player, becoming one of the largest electronic FX trading venues in the world. As Deutsche Börse Group's FX unit, 360T provides a web-based trading technology for over-the-counter (OTC) instruments, integration solutions and related services. Around 86 billion Euros are traded daily through our platform in a wide range of currencies.

We stands for innovation in the FX market. Being part of the 360T team means working in a team of vibrant souls with unique and at the same time complementary talents and skills. We all share an entrepreneurial attitude and strive for nothing less than excellence.

Target audience:

  • Informatic, Computer Science and Mathematics faculty.
  • The participants are expected to possess the following skills:
  •  System design
  •  Programming in core Java (at least version 8)
  •  Network programming in Java (socket programming)
  • Test automation in Java and the ability to analyze functional and non-functional features to be tested

Registration: Follow the link here

Date: Fr., 11.05.2021, 09:00-14:00

Venue:
You will receive the access link to the online seminar by e-mail one or two days before the event begins.