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Writing a Software Program for a Job Application

  • May 12, 2016 · 6:30 PM
  • Ping Identity

There's a job you want to apply to, but it requires writing a software program. And (gasp!) the software program requires developing an algorithm to solve a puzzle or challenge. How do you go about doing that?


Recently, Vui Nguyen developed an iOS Swift mobile application to submit with her job application, for an iOS Developer position she applied to. Vui will discuss the challenge she had to solve, the software program she wrote to solve it, and the process she went through to come up with the solution.


Vui will show how, by breaking a large problem into smaller pieces, solving a challenge doesn't have to be scary.


About the speaker:

Vui Nguyen is a software developer with over 15 years of experience. For the past few years, Vui has developed iOS and Android mobile apps using a cross platform language called Titanium. She is now transitioning to native iOS mobile development using Swift.


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  • Di T.

    Nice topic - I'm sure I will encounter problems like these in the future

    May 15

  • Vui N.

    Thanks to David and Ping Identity for hosting the meetup. It was great to meet everyone. Sad that Basil is leaving. We'll miss you! :( The link to the software program referenced in my presentation is here:

    https://github.com/vuinguyen/SubstringHashSwift

    May 13

  • Trevor

    You starting at 6:30 sharp or ...?

    May 12

  • Matt W.

    Which door is unlocked? The one on 17th is locked and the one at the bottom of the escalators is too.

    May 12

    • Matt W.

      Never mind. 18th and arapahoe.

      1 · May 12

    • Matt W.

      Never mind. 18th and arapahoe.

      May 12

  • Derek B.

    Is it at the same place in Ping Identity that it has been in before?

    May 12

    • Basil

      We're on the 8th floor

      May 12

  • Basil

    Oi. If you have problems navigating to the floor. Send a text or call at[masked]

    May 12

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