The 31st ACM ICPC (International Collegiate Programming Contest) World Finals, sponsored by IBM will be held March 12-16, 2007 at the Hilton Tokyo Bay, about 30 minutes from central Tokyo, near the Tokyo Disney Resort.
Extreme Blue staff participate in ACM ICPC activities worldwide, and we will be participating in the RCD (Regional Contest Director) breakout sessions at the World Finals, as well as representing Extreme Blue in the Cyber Cafe, mingling with contestants, coaches, and other IBMers.
IBM Extreme Blue Internship Experience
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Extreme Blue will be at the University of Wisconsin-Madison for the Spring Career Connection.[Read More]
January 31, 2007
11:00 am - 5:00 pm, Engineering Centers Building Atrium
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If you’re looking for an internship experience that is challenging, competitive and the ride of your life?
We want to speak to you.
Join us for an information session:
Extreme Blue Internship Experience
Computer Science Department
4760 Boelter Hall
February 6, 2007
7:00 p.m.—8:30 p.m.
Pizza and drinks will be provided
Do you have your summer internship lined up yet?
Extreme Blue US staff will be going out to campus again this spring, looking for well qualified candidates for summer 2007 internships.
New York University
Career Fair - February 6, 2007
Information Session - February 13, 2007
Information Session - February 15, 2007
Career Fair - February 14, 2007
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
IBM Information Night - February 27, 2007
Career Fair - February 28, 2007
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Reception - February 20, 2007
Career Fair - February 21, 2007
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Today's Austin American-Statesman covers IBM's 14th consecutive year of U.S. patent leadership and the creation of a new Inventors' Forum to give small businesses a greater voice in the patent process.
IBM was issued 3,621 U.S. patents in 2006 -- more than any company has ever received in one year. IBM's Austin site leads all others -- with 640 U.S. patents issued last year.
Austin fuels IBM's record year for patents