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Saturday, October 23, 2010
[FREE-FOOD] palantir info session, oct 25, 5:30-6:30pm, gates 104
Dinner & Refreshment Provided!
Palantir Technologies Info Session Monday, October 25 5:30pm - 6:30pm Gates Building, room 104 iPad Raffle!
Abstract: Palantir Lawrence will discuss how Palantir is revolutionizing the analysis of hard and important problems that face our world today, show off a live demo of Palantir’s software, and explain how you can be a part of our mission. We will also be raffling off an iPad.
Bio: Lawrence Jesper joined Palantir Technologies in January of 2010 after graduating from Carnegie Mellon University where he majored in computer science and a minored in computational biology. At Palantir, Lawrence is part of the development team responsible for designing and coding customized Palantir applications for the company’s clients in the law enforcement, fraud, and intelligence communities among others. His work forces him not only to design algorithmically sound systems but also to interpret customer feedback and design user interfaces that are straightforward and simple to use.