[hcs-d] Join the 2017 Datamatch Dev team!

Jason Goodman jgoodman at college.harvard.edu
Thu Oct 13 22:28:34 EDT 2016

Last chance to join the Datamatch team! We’ll be interviewing over the weekend, so apply by tomorrow.

> On Oct 10, 2016, at 10:00 AM, Raynor Kuang <raynorkuang at college.harvard.edu> wrote:
> Do you want to...
> ...build a service used by 75% of the College student body?
> ...develop a modern, beautiful, and lightning-fast platform? 
> ...research complex matching and artificial intelligence algorithms?
> ...coordinate aggressive marketing and outreach strategies?
> ...make people laugh? (A lot?)
> Every year the Harvard Computer Society publishes the Datamatch service on Valentine's Day, granting hordes of lonely students the chance to contact a fellow student for "Netflix and chill." With a total enrollment of almost 5000 people last year, it's one of Harvard's most popular events.
> We're now recruiting students to develop the 2017 edition of Datamatch. If you join, you'll:
> - be personally mentored in building a native website with Ruby on Rails / React.
> - tell jokes that every single one of your classmates will read.
> - learn the secret behind our patented matching algorithm. Well, maybe. Maybe not. We can't really say.
> Desired skills include knowledge in Ruby on Rails, Python, CSS/design, data vis/stats, and publicity. Interested students should fill out the following form: (https://goo.gl/forms/zgIJwbTm9HVsVqkt1 <https://goo.gl/forms/zgIJwbTm9HVsVqkt1>). Exceptional applicants should expect contact to coordinate an interview with the Datamatch team.
> You'll earn something more valuable than you would in Ventures (wuv, tru wuv). You'll help people needier than in D4D (single freshmen). You'll get more career skills than joining the Advocate (basic knowledge of programming).
> -- 
> Raynor Kuang
> Harvard College '17
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