If you are interested in this opportunity, please apply at: https://goo.gl/uQEEUB
Salesforce Bootcamp Registration Questions
The Salesforce Trailhead for Students Program is hosting a Salesforce Bootcamp in partnership with Deloitte in July 2018. For students looking for under-the-hood experience, the ADM201 (Administrative Essentials for New Admins) course helps students acquire the basics of administrating and customizing Salesforce to support common business processes. As a sponsor, Deloitte Digital will hold a number of networking and career sessions throughout the Bootcamp - sharing insights about Salesforce at Deloitte and Deloitte’s Graduate and Summer Vacationer opportunities.
Open to Class of 2018 and 2019 students actively enrolled at the University of New South Wales.
June 13 - Student Applications Open
June 27 - Last day to Apply
June 29 - Notify students who have been accepted
July 2 - Student Confirmation & RSVP to Join Bootcamp Due
“I am a Salesforce Certified Technical Architect at Deloitte Digital”
Salesforce is the world's #1 CRM company. Our industry-leading Customer Success Platform has become the world's leading enterprise cloud ecosystem. Industries and companies of all sizes can connect to their customers in a whole new way using the latest innovations in cloud, social, mobile and data science technologies with the Customer Success Platform.
For more information, please visit www.salesforce.com .
Helping clients reimagine and digitise customer services
As one of the fastest growing teams within the Deloitte Digital family, we’re a team of developers, creators, disruptors and technologists.
Using market-leading cloud platforms like Salesforce, we combine our deep expertise of the digital space with our unique understanding of customer behaviour. By doing so, we help clients reimagine how profits are made, how customer relationships are nurtured and how customer services can be digitised.
About the opportunity
By joining Digital Platforms, you’ll get to:
You’re curious as hell, have an insatiable appetite for learning and thrive in collaborative environments. You’re also:
School of Computer Science & Engineering
School of Marketing
Thank you for those who completed the myExperience survey.
For those who did not, please spend some time to do it before 7 June .
We really appreciate the feedback.
The lectures for week 11 are on WebCMS with a schedule for your presentations in Week 12 (23/05/2018).
Please check your allocated time and make sure to discuss with me in class today at 5:00pm if your timeslot is not suitable.
I will be preparing a schedule for presentations in Week 12. The presentations will be during class hours.
Please inform by email ( email@example.com ) if any particular time (during class hours) is NOT suitable to do your presentation and provide a reason.
I noticed that NOT all groups are formed on WebCMS. It is your responsibility to <u>add/update</u> your group name and members on WebCMS by Tuesday 15/05/2018 - 5:00pm.
For students who are NOT in a group, please form a group on WebCMS and include yourself (by Tuesday 15/05/2018 - 5:00pm.)
I will only be using the groups on WebCMS to allocate presentation time.
Assignment 3 is now available on WebCMS (Week 10)
You may refer to Assignments 2 and 3 - Sample Solution (Week 7)
Due Date: Monday 28th May 2018
If you have any question, please do not hesiatate to ask.
Lab 5 - Exploring an existing Ontology was uploaded to WebCMS since yesterday.
Please note that this lab is NOT assessed, however, we recommend you familiarize yourself with the Ontology.
The lecture slides (4) were uploaded too.
Assignment 2 specification was updated to be more precise and specific about what components of the case study you should model and submit.
Please refer to the latest version available at WebCMS.
Due date for Lab 3 is postponed to 16th of April
Lab 4 has been uploaded to WebCMS3.
This lab is not evaluated.
Please contact (firstname.lastname@example.org) if your group did not receive Jalapeno access credentials (to the email address shown in your WebCMS profile).
Please work on Lab 3 - Rest API / Microservice by tomorrow.
We will have a special guest from industry at 5PM to answer your questions in relation with the Lab as well as usage of Microservices in practice.
For those who are still looking for courses to enrol in, we recommend the following new CSE course:
COMP6324 IoT Service Design and Engineering
What is the course about
More details at ( https://webcms3.cse.unsw.edu.au/COMP6324/18s1/outl... )
These are assumed to have been acquired in the courses COMP1531 and COMP2041 or equivalent good programming knowledge.
The first lecture will take place on Wednesday 28 February 3pm in Business 232.