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Our Engineers Share Hackathon Tips

29 Sep 2017

Goldman Sachs Engineering participates in a number of hackathons during the course of this year. We share some tips from engineers at the firm who have been hackathon mentors in 2017.

The Digital Disruption of Investment Banking

02 Aug 2017

Richard Rivero is the global head of a group of engineers who use quantitative frameworks to advise clients across industries on corporate finance in our Investment Banking Division. Richard shares his views on how data, technology and digital ecosystems are transforming the investment banking business.

Intern Engineering Expo Highlights Latest Technology at Goldman Sachs

31 Jul 2017

Over 300 summer interns participated in the fifth annual Goldman Sachs Engineering Expo recently, where more than 150 of the firm’s engineers showcased various technologies used across the firm and offered hands-on demonstrations and information. The exposition was held at Goldman Sachs’ Jersey City office on June 28th.

Goldman Sachs Engineering Team Presents at JavaOne 2016

13 Dec 2016

A Goldman Sachs Engineering team represented Goldman Sachs at the 2016 JavaOne Conference, marking the third year in a row Goldman Sachs engineers have attended. The team demonstrated robotics and open source code in the Exhibition Hall, and had the opportunity to present during the sessions at JavaOne and JavaOne4Kids.

Girls Who Code 2016 Program Concludes at Goldman Sachs

23 Aug 2016

Goldman Sachs participated in its fourth Girls Who Code summer program, which is dedicated to closing the gender gap in technology. Over 40 high school girls spent seven weeks learning basic computer science skills such as programming and coding.

Q&A: Mentoring the Girls Who Code

03 Aug 2016

Each summer, Goldman Sachs and Girls Who Code [link] offer high school girls an immersive training program in computer science. Four members of the Goldman Sachs Women in Technology network reflect on their experiences mentoring the students.

'Code GS' - Goldman Sachs Hackathon

08 Feb 2016

CodeGS challenges you to build a creative and innovative component using APIs and integrations of your choosing. Apply to participate and meet fellow developers from the area while learning about our work in engineering.

Goldman Sachs Supports Technology Apprentices in London

26 Jan 2016

Goldman Sachs has announced the launch of an apprenticeship programme in London, in partnership with Queen Mary University of London (QMUL). From Autumn 2016, a class of apprentices will join the ‘Degree Apprenticeship Programme’, a flagship scheme launched by the UK government in March 2015.

Goldman Sachs Joins Eclipse Foundation

27 Oct 2015

Goldman Sachs joined the open source community, the Eclipse Foundation. As a solutions member, we will migrate our open source Java library, GS Collections, which will be renamed Eclipse Collections. The migration will allow the open source community to contribute to—and benefit from—our work.

Goldman Sachs Joins the Cloud Native Computing Foundation

27 Jul 2015

On July 21, 2015, Goldman Sachs joined as a founding member of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation, a foundation that will work to drive collaboration and standards on common container technologies among the developer community in deploying cloud native applications.

NAPA Symphony Hackathon

19 Feb 2015

Our newest engineers (known as “NAPAs”) contribute their ideas and innovations to the firm’s open source messaging and communications platform.

Goldman Sachs attends UPenn Hackathon

17 Oct 2014

On September 12-14, 2014, a team of Goldman Sachs engineers spent the weekend in Philadelphia attending the tenth anniversary edition of PennApps X, a 36-hour event sponsored by the University of Pennsylvania, and attended by 1,200 of the world’s best hackers.

Goldman Sachs Teams up with FIRST Robotics

24 Apr 2014

FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) is an organization focused on inspiring young people’s interest in science and technology. Goldman Sachs is very engaged with the FIRST organization, from board membership to mentoring a team at Lower East Side Prep in New York City. Watch the video to learn more about the program and our involvement.

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