Some good websites for career resources and information:
UBC careers-related resources
ICICS/CS Reading Room Resources (in ICCS Room 262):
- Job hunting books (interviews, resumes, etc.) along with some other career resources available there
- Books recommended for programming interview preparation (program management, software development and testing)
Career and job search online resources
Computing Careers & Discipline: A guide for prospective CS students in Canada, published by CERIC
The Riley Guide: Gives extensive listings of online sites and services useful for job searching
Quintessential Careers: Comprehensive career development site.
TalentEgg: Canadian web site for upcoming and new graduates- has job postings and career advice
New Grad Life: Blog with job hunting and career advice for upcoming and new graduates
Microsoft Interview: Great overview of process and types of technical interview questions.
CareerCup: Interview candidates' reports from Microsoft, Amazon, etc.
LeetCode: Preparing for technical coding interviews.
HackerRank: Practice algorithms and find jobs.
Glassdoor: Find what coding questions your next interview asks, among other things.
TED talk: Mashups
TED talk: Pictures say so much more than words
Visualizations can easily be done in the browser using Google code.
Ghost in the Pixel: Tips for Portfolios
Quora: What do clients/employers/recruiters look for in a UX portfolio?
The Geek Weekly: Tips on how to put together a digital portfolio
Bright Hub: What to look for in a job candidate's electronic profile - advice for recruiters
Career Planning and Placement Coordinator, UBC Computer Science
Room 253, ICICS/CS Building