On Thursday, 21 April, Goldman Sachs Singapore is hosting a virtual event and invites interested individuals to attend. Join us to learn more about how we architected a nimble and secure global transaction banking platform that is easy for clients to use and for partners to connect to.
The 22nd annual Banking Tech Awards, held by FinTech Futures, celebrate excellence and innovation in the use of IT in financial services. This year, we were honored to receive two awards.
Goldman Sachs Engineering invites engineers in the Texas area to an evening of networking, featuring technical talks and discussions.
From 'Lead with Data' to 'Innovate Incrementally,' learn about the nine tenets that guide Goldman Sachs Engineering.
Open source solutions have changed the way people are thinking about software and hardware alike. Tap into our insights on the Open Source movement and learn more about our involvement with the open source community.
On Tuesday, 29 June, Goldman Sachs Engineering invites individuals from STEM industries across Birmingham and the UK, to connect with our engineers for a series of short tech talks and interactive discussion.
On Thursday, 10 June, Goldman Sachs Singapore is hosting a virtual event and invites interested individuals to attend. Join us for a unique chance to see how we are revamping our 20-year-old trading platform to a next generation sequencer-based architecture.
On Wednesday, 2 December, Goldman Sachs Engineering invites women in STEM industries from across Europe to connect with our engineers for a series of short tech talks and discussions.
Goldman Sachs Engineering invites students and recent graduates across the EMEA region to an online series of technical talks, discussion and workshops.
In response to the global COVID-19 crisis, engineers at Goldman Sachs have taken their passion and creativity for technology and applied it to making an impact in the communities where they work and live. From contact-tracing algorithms, to robust machine learning frameworks and data visualizations, our engineers are using their skills to drive change around the world.
On Wednesday, 8 July, Goldman Sachs Engineering invites women in STEM industries from across Europe to connect with our engineers for a series of short tech talks and discussions.
On Thursday, 27 February, Goldman Sachs Warsaw invites interested individuals to register to attend an evening of technical talks, discussion and networking.
On Wednesday, 29 January, Goldman Sachs London invites interested individuals to register to attend an evening of technical talks, discussion and networking.
In early December, our engineers from GIR Technology, ClearFactr and Marquee demo'd their products at the Amazon Web Services re:Invent conference and shared their AWS Cloud use-cases.
Will you be at AfroTech in Oakland, California from November 7-10? We would love to meet you. Join us for breakfast on November 10th to learn about us, the work we do and the opportunities we offer.
On Tuesday, 12 November, Goldman Sachs Warsaw invites interested individuals to register to attend an evening of technical talks, discussion and networking as a prelude to the 2019 Women in Tech Summit.
On Thursday, 28 November, Goldman Sachs Singapore is hosting a session titled "High availability systems with Envoy and Raft" and invites interested individuals to register to attend.
Hackathons present an opportunity to impress potential employers with your skills, knowledge and collaboration. Goldman Sachs participates in a number of hackathons during the school year where students can meet our engineers and recruiters.
Goldman Sachs engineers from around the world attended the Great Indian Developer Summit (GIDS), held from April 24-28, 2018 in Bengaluru, India, delivering talks and demonstrations, meeting fellow engineers, hosting an engineering quiz and sponsoring a booth that attracted over 1,000 conference attendees.
Attention Java Developers in India: Goldman Sachs Engineering’s Nikhil Nanivadekar will be presenting at five Java User Group meetups this month, in Chennai, Delhi, Bengaluru, Hyderabad and Thiruvananthapuram.
Twenty Goldman Sachs employees attended the Lesbians Who Tech and Allies Summit in San Francisco earlier this month to meet fellow engineers and to talk about their innovative engineering work at the firm.
Over 3,500 students from 25 engineering schools across India participated in the fifth annual GS Quantify engineering challenge hosted by the Goldman Sachs office in Bengaluru.
Join us for an upcoming NY Java SIG (New York Java Special Interest Group) session on Wednesday, February 7th at Goldman Sachs. Join Java aficionados from the firm and the JavaSIG community for an evening of learning and networking.
On January 23, Goldman Sachs hosted an evening session with the New York City User Experience Professionals Association (NYC UXPA). The session featured a talk by Tom Greever, a User Experience (UX) Director at Bitovi, a front-end design and development consultancy, and author of Articulating Design Decisions. Over 150 UX professionals from Goldman Sachs and the NYC UXPA community attended.
In our Securities Division, the people focused on structuring, quantitative finance and engineering—known as "strats" within the firm—work in a variety of roles, ranging from modeling risk and writing complex algorithms to engineering technology platforms and analyzing data. Thalia Chryssikou, co-head of Global Sales Strats and Structuring across FICC and Equities, shares her thoughts on the evolution of strats' roles at Goldman Sachs and across the industry.
“Goldman Sachs’ Digital Journey,” a new case study by the Harvard Business School which highlights how technology is being used at Goldman Sachs, was recently presented in a class at Harvard University. The case study examines a series of initiatives within the firm’s divisions to create internal efficiencies and strengthen its core business with new clients.
The Goldman Sachs UK Technology Apprentices Programme, which allows students to complete an apprenticeship at Goldman Sachs while attending university, has been ranked 18th in a survey conducted by RateMyApprenticeship, a website for students and school leavers seeking apprenticeships.
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.
On April 9, 2017, Elisha Wiesel, chief information officer of Goldman Sachs, was featured in the CBS Sunday Morning Money Issue cover story, Automation Nation. In the segment, Elisha makes the case for embracing coming disruptions in technology as a way to make people’s jobs more efficient and creative and to engage more fully with our clients.
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.
Goldman Sachs has officially launched its latest Apache 2.0 licensed Java Framework, Reladomo, on GitHub and Maven Central.
Goldman Sachs' Technology Division in EMEA hosted an event for 10 start-ups participating in the FinTech Innovation Labs London.
On June 22, 2015, Goldman Sachs joined The Linux Foundation’s Open Container Initiative, a coalition of technology firms working to establish open industry standards for software containers.
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.
This recent release includes new containers, enhanced APIs, and updated training materials.
Our team of engineers visit the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's premier hackathon.
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