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Software Developer or Web Developer?

What's the difference between these roles? Do software developers just deal with non web stuff? Is there a difference of career opportunities/pay?

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I am once again dropping links to all our mental health services

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r/conestoga

HOAE

Has anyone taken the HOAE for Fall 2021 yet? Has anyone got their marks back :)

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ALC

What is ALC? What are the benefits to people with disabilities??? How does it help them? Help please.

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Working experience at Huawei?

How is the work culture at Huawei? How much do they pay for an SWE intern?

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I'm running for WUSA Council and WUSA asked all candidates to make memes so I have a meme too

Hello! I am running to represent Math students on WUSA Students' Council.

As a MathSoc Councillor, I have advocated for fiscally responsible and sustainable investment practices, reforms to STAT 231, and a ban on online proctoring spyware. As a result of this:

  • The University is more transparent about their investments
  • STAT 231 instructors have committed to making changes to the course this term
  • The Math Faculty is asking all math instructors to avoid proctored exams

I have been successful advocating for students on MathSoc Council, and hope to take that same energy to WUSA Council to fight for math students in order to:

  • Work with Faculty to improve education quality
  • Fight to protect students' rights
  • Hold school administrators accountable

You can vote for me at vote.wusa.ca during the voting period (February 2-4). It's a ranked ballot and there are multiple seats, so be sure to research all the candidates.

Feel free to ask me any questions about my platform here, and if you have a question that you'd like all candidates to answer, you can ask it during the reddit AMA on Sunday uwaterloo.ca/waterloo-undergraduate-student-association/events/wusa-elections-candidate-reddit-ama.

Meme, as was promised:

Dank WUSA Meme.jpg

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KS101 readings?

Are readings necessary to do well on the quizzes or it’s possible to succeed without reading every single text suggested? Thanks

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Who is running for WUSA to defund RAISE?

Apperently wusa election campaigns are happening rn and I need to know who I am going to vote for.

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Notes for RE 103?

Does anyone have any typed notes for re 103?

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When will the pain and suffering of waiting for an interview end 😫😭

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Will 2090 Fall Term be Online?!?

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Tryna get a job like

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Are the companies still giving Coop interviews this week?

Just wondering, because it looks like most companies haven’t rejected me, but didn’t select me for an interview either.

Also, the scheduling thing is confusing. There’s one company that selected me for an interview 5 days ago but still didn’t schedule it yet. Is this normal?

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How do I increase my chance of getting into Waterloo's computer science major?

I am doing IB and I’m pretty confident I can reach the minimum requirements, but I'm pretty sure the typical offer range would be much higher. Can anyone please provide the accurate number of the typical offer range and are there extracurricular activities or exams that I should take to increase the chance?

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Enjoy my pain

I'm in my first year in chem eng and I'm still looking for a co-OP job for the winter term. I had been shooting applications with hopes of getting a job like a child asking his mother to go to the bathroom in the middle of her sister's piano rehearsal: hopeless.

That was until last week I got lucky enough to get selected for 3 interviews. I thought to myself "surely one of these must land". And as you would expect I was studying for these interviews like a madman, I didn't give a shit, I learned audocad 3d in 2 days, I learned chemical procedures to decontaminate the soil and I learned about emails and stuff.

I walked into those interviews and answered their questions like a true prodigy, I could see them trying to drown their feelings of ecstasy as I answered every question perfectly beyond their expectations.

The day of rankings arrives, I'm feeling good about myself. I opwn my emails and it's empty. I thought that was a little weird. I felt good enough about myself that I called one of the companies to ask them if the position had been filled. Turns out some upper year who had already gotten the same job last year decided to call them at the last moment which saves the company the need to train a new employee.

I was speechless. The man I spoke with was the man who interviewed me. He not only congratulated me on being a great candidate even with such little work experience but I also received an email from hr telling me of the wonders that this man spoke of me. I felt betrayed by my best friend

Sadly, the other two companies didn't work out either. One of them had a similar situation with another guy who apparently has experience with working on sending emails as I do not and the autocad job didn't even answer me. The only thing that could make this worse was an email from waterloo works telling me to consider other options for my work term like not getting a job and giving up. They truly know how to make people feel supported :)

Based in a true story.

Don't feel too bad, I got another interview with one of the previous companies, I will update if I get it

Stay strong boys

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i have no idea what i’m doing lolz

i’m on co-op right now, first month was a breeze in the sense that i barely had any work assigned to me. now, i’m about to start working on a project and i just feel useless. i ask so many questions and i feel like my supervisor is gonna think i’m a dumbass lmao. i’m super anxious all the time.

how do you guys overcome work anxiety?? any tips for co-op or anything?? i have a meeting in 20mins and i just have no motivation lmao

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Ever been with someone and it’s just so easy to exist with them and you’re so happy?

Yeah me neither

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First Year

Anyone else kind of frustrated with how their first year is going? Being completely virtual and not getting that res experience is tough, and kind of just wondering how other ppl are feeling.

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What are your legal rights if you are forced to work with someone who is purposely defying the public health guidelines related to COVID?

I need some advice.

Someone in my family worked in a factory that is deemed an essential service. One of their co-workers is openly defying the Public Health guidelines and attending services at Trinity Bible Chapel. This person was recently exposed to someone with COVID and was tested, but returned to work after having a clean test. They still keep attending these services.

My family member has brought their concerns to their plant manager and has been told that they can not do anything, as they have a clean test, and can not control what someone does on their own time.

My family member is in a high-risk category and has to work closely with this person. He and his co-workers are considering walking off the job until something is done about this person, but they are worried about losing their jobs, with cause, and not qualifying for EI.

Does anyone have any advice?

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Tution for CS

Does tution for CS double after first year and does that doubling stay for the rest of the years?

Does any other program double after first year at UW?

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Kitchener art piece hit with graffiti months after $27K facelift

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‘There will be charges laid’ police say after gathering at Trinity Bible Chapel

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Kitchener art piece hit with graffiti months after $27K facelift

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Why Canadians Can't Bike in the Winter (but Finnish people can) [15:13]

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Is CS 664 / 764 computational complexity no longer being offered?

Is CS 664 / 764 computational complexity no longer being offered?

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First year math course be like

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[Rotating Goose 2021: Week 4] To keep yourself warm is the second greatest virtue.

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would subtitles for lectures be helpful ?

Personally i find subtitles helpful, i also have one of those minds that processes written words better that auditory words. I have friends with auditory processing issues or who are ESL (english second language) that also agree, so would having the option of subtitles be helpful in lectures?

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(silly question) any problem cutting lumber in the parking lot of Lowe's or home depot?

Probably a stupid question but I don't want to be a pain in the ass at the store :-)

I need some wide lumber that only comes in lengths that don't fit in my car. Ordinarily I would ask for a convenience cut in the store but clearly that's not happening since everything is curbside. Is cutting lumber in the parking lot acceptable? Do they care about the mess at all?

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Peace was never an option

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Look! Funny sex number and soft drug number! Upvote plz!

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CP363

How do I do well in this course? I have Malik.

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Will fall 2021 be online?

Bruh.

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"Haha Anon, I can tell you are a virgin just by going through your Reddit post history. Good luck with life, man." (Actual fanmail sent to me by a w*man)

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Is railway crossing noisy? (Morrison Rd/King St E)

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I'm considering a home near this railway track - do you know if it's going to be noisy?

In particular, does it produce some "warning sounds" when a train is approaching?

Unfortunately, I wasn't able to observe any trains transiting and I don't know what level of discomfort to expect

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Health Plan during Coop

Hi everyone, Does anyone know if coop students in Canada is covered by WUSA health plans? I tried to call them but they never answer...

Thanks!

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Furniture place or carpenter to recommend?

Hi, so I'm new to the area and redoing my home office and I'm looking to get a table top done for my workstation desk. Can anyone recommend a good furniture place or local carpenter that could make me one?

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Tips on starting... *gags*.... a work term report?

any advice on brainstorming ideas//mapping or planning out report ?

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Should I Drop to 4 Courses This Term?

I am currently in my 2B term in the science faculty and am taking 5 courses. On a normal year this would be fine, but currently with with all of this online mess I am finding my self to be mentally struggling. I am finding my self to be burnt out at the end of every day, with little motivation. I am considering on dropping 1 course which I would make up for in the spring to even out the work load (thus focusing on each course more and boost up my grades), giving me some extra time to learn other things that I find interest outside of school. This would also give me the opportunity to get a part-time job and work low hours. I am wondering if dropping a course is even a good idea, or should I just push through it and get it over with??

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Kinda there

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WUSA Clubs and Societies Community

WUSA Clubs and Societies Community winter activation starts today!

Share info about your Club, connect with members and meet other UW students outside of class. Visit bit.ly/WUSAClubsCommunity to join!

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Good morning uwaterloo!!!

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Man... What am I doing wrong

I dropped BBA from DD to single degree CS just last month because I couldn't get a first co-op (with Laurier board). I still haven't gotten a single interview for Summer 2021 after 200 apps, and what rubs even more salt is seeing people getting job offers for the same things I applied for days ago. I don't know what's going wrong. I've already gotten my resume checked by students and industry workers alike, have side projects, hackathon, startup experience, etc. Am I just unlucky?

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i'm taking a course on climate change

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Math

I will need to take calc and physics (I have never taken either, not even in high school). If I take phys 111 and math 104 what do you guys think my marks will be like? I don’t think I’m the best at math tbh, but what are y’all experiences with those courses?

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r/uwlu

bba question

Can we do a double specialisation in BBA??

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CS 349 + coop?

Has anyone done CS 349 during a coop term (during covid)?

Was it manageable? Do you feel like you could have done another chill CS/elective course with it?

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I'm from another university and need to access one of the textbooks that's online at the UWaterloo

This is the textbook I need. Can someone please make it publicly available?

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CS Requirements

I know this has probably been answered before but I just wanted to make sure. Where Waterloo calculates your admission average do they only use the required courses? The reason I am asking is because my marks in English, calculus and pre-calculus are all above 97%, but my chem mark is at 92%. Will they be using the chem mark even though it's not in the requirements? Btw these are all grade 12 marks.

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Trinity Bible Chapel pastor Jacob Reaume will be on 570 News today at noon!

Tune in to 570 News on your AM radio or 570news.com at 12:00 today; host Brian Bourke has asked Trinity Bible Chapel pastor Jacob Reaume to be on the show! You can call/email/tweet in your questions! (Links to his Twitter and email below)

www.570news.com/kitchener-today-brian-bourke/

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