Tuesday, May 27, 2008
The psychological principles behind behavioural questions
Understanding the star principle
Rating/weighting of behavioural answers
Mock Interviews (in small group sessions depending on numbers) & personal interview feedback
Please note this a practical session so please come prepared to take part in a short mock interview - bring your resume, portfolio or any documents you would normally take to an interview to ensure you get the most out of the session.
Light refreshments will be provided.
The Tea House28 Clarendon StreetSouth Melbourne VIC 3205
Wednesday 4th June 2008
Registrations and more details :
Wednesday, May 14, 2008
Free Entrance, Food and Drinks! 15th May, thats Thursday!
Details and Registrations:http://www.acs.org.au/index.cfm?action=event&area=9010&temID=eventdetails&eveID=10102066260040
Tuesday, May 13, 2008
The 2008 International Young ICT Professionals Conference is around the corner and we would like to invite you to attend the conference, meet and hear from high caliber speakers, such as Jonar Nader (Futurist), Norbert Haehnel (Microsoft), Alan Noble (Google) and more.
This conference is the only annual event in Australia exclusively developed for young ICT professionals, recent graduates and students. By attending, you will gain valuable insights into the current state of the ICT industry, essential business skills, build relationship with industry leaders and develop critical skills for a successful ICT career.
We welcome the Department of Defence, as the conference dinner sponsor. An impressive list of sponsors have come onboard, reinforcing the high reputation the ACS Young ICT Professionals Conference now has in the marketplace. Our sponsors include Microsoft, Government of South Australia, Google and many more. The event is endorsed by the Government Information Management Office.
At the conference, you will have the opportunity to apply for the ACS Computer Professional Education Program scholarship valued at $2700 each for two conference delegates. The Program is a post-graduate, workplace-oriented online course of study. It helps you bridge the gap between university studies and the workplace, and will enable you to acquire the skills you need for your next career move before you get there. Students are required to complete three core and one elective unit, usually part-time over two years. And what's more, the units you complete can be credited towards a number of leading MBA programs! To find out more about the Computer Professional Education Program visit www.acs.org.au/cpep. Every ACS member who attends the two days of the conference and is MACS Provisional or MACS is eligible to apply to win one of two scholarships.
How to Lose Friends and Infuriate Your Boss - Jonar Nader, Futurist, Chairman of Logictivity
Microsoft's 10 year Crystal Ball -Norbert Haehnel, Microsoft Australia/NZ
The World According to Google - Alan Noble, Google Australia and New Zealand
The conference is heavily subsidised by the ACS to help young ICT professionals to kick start their career and to develop future leaders. Don't miss out, register today!
We look forward to meeting you in Adelaide !
Friday, May 2, 2008
In this podcast Prabath Siriwardene talks to Oxygen Tank on the OpenID integration of WSO2 Identity Solution. The integration enhances the WSO2 Identity Solution to cater to a wider audience for Web based authentication. OpenID is a key feature in decentralizing single sign-on, much favored by many users.
Prabath Siriwardene is a member of the WSO2 Identity Solution team and is currently working on integrating OpenID support. We used to work at the same company sometime back and are good friends to this date. He is one of the best techies I’ve ever seen in my career (this is not an exaggeration, I really mean it) and a very hard worker (I've seen how he works at office and also know how he managed to get to where he is now), an inspiration to all IT professionals.