Career Strategy Workshop: An Insider’s Guide on How to Excel in Technical Interviews Part 2
Speaker: Yongwhan Lim, Stanford CS PhD ‘11
Date: January 26
Time: 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Location: Hybrid, Gates 403
*Must be a Stanford student. Please bring your student ID*
Please register via Handshake
Catering: Asian Box
Yongwhan Lim will cover how to best prepare technical interviews. He will go through the absolute must topics to pass. He will also cover his know-hows on how to impress interviewers in behavioral and system design interviews. Be sure to bring some of your most burning questions! This will be a unique opportunity where you will have a chance to interact with a quantitative software engineer who is passionate about teaching, coaching, and mentoring students. Be sure to check it out!
Yongwhan Lim is a Senior Quantitative Software Engineer at Two Sigma Investments, a Lecturer at MIT, an Associate of Computer Science at Columbia University where he is Head Coach for its ICPC team, and Visiting Instructor at Cornell-Tech. He is passionate about teaching on the topics of technical interview preparation and competitive programming. He also volunteers as ICPC Internship Manager and ICPC Judge for North America Regionals (Mid-Central and Greater New York) and North America Qualifier. He had been a Research Software Engineer at Google for nearly six years. Yongwhan pursued a PhD program in Operations Research at MIT for about three years where he was advised by Professor Asuman Ozdaglar. He holds a BS in Computer Science and Mathematics (double major) and an MS in Computer Science, all from Stanford.