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									      Launch your career today with Business Objects,
 the world’s leading business intelligence software company.
At Business Objects, our mission is to unlock the power of information to improve the
performance of organizations.

It is our vision to be recognized as the dominant player in all categories of Business Intelligence;
that we are a true strategic partner to our customers and a truly great organization: a company
with spirit, a company with great values and an outstanding place to work.

Whether you are part of the Architecture, Engineering, Sustaining, Localization, Documentation
or Operations teams, you will work in small teams with a focus on challenge, coaching, and
teamwork. This is a great opportunity to learn firsthand from our leaders and experience the
forefront of the business intelligence industry.

Are you looking for a rewarding work experience in a fun and flexible workplace? Are you
analytical, self motivated, and do you enjoy working in a team environment? Are you a quick
learner that is eager to apply your knowledge in a company that produces world-class software?
If you say yes to all of the above, Business Objects is definitely the place you want to be!
We are offering you a chance to write our technical evaluation at the following time:
Friday, November 4, 12:00 – 1:30pm
Location: Galbraith Building, 35 St. George Street, room GB244, St. George Campus
This will be the only technical evaluation session at U of T this fall.
Future technical evaluation dates have not been confirmed yet.

You could win a portable USB hard drive!

Who can attend: Students from a technology-related field that are in their last year of

This evaluation will consist of 2 parts – 16 multiple choice questions and 3 coding questions.

The multiple choice questions are evenly distributed across 4 major areas (4 questions in each
    a.) OOD/OOP
    b.) Distributed Systems
    c.) Multi-threading
    d.) Software Test Fundamentals

The coding questions can be written in either Java or C++, and will cover topics such as
searching, string replacement, and object oriented programming.
Please bring a pen or pencil, as it is a written evaluation (no other support/reference is allowed -
no text books or calculators please).
Please email Natalie Brooks at to sign up for this technical
evaluation. Your email acts as an acceptance and confirmation of your plan to attend.

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