Webmaster is more than just a role; it’s a way of life. You must be one with the zeros.
Joking aside, I believe that being Webmaster is more than just making web apps for the society. Instead it’s about hearing the wants / needs of all Computing students and being able to implement solutions in code. I believe that I am capable of this and this is why I am running for this position. I have experience writing a... read more
Hey, my name is Karan Obhrai and I am running for Webmaster of DoCSoc.
Whilst I am only a first-year student, I have been an active volunteer in many of the DoCSoc events. As a result, this has given me in-depth knowledge into the workings of DoCSoc which I believe I can use to make it even better.
One of my ideas is to unify all DoCSoc websites such as the blog page, sponsor’s portal and all other DoCSoc... read more
I believe that a webmaster should do more than just run websites. He is responsible for not only maintaining tools for the committee but also improving the lives of every DocSoc member.
As a webmaster, I would dedicate my knowledge gained from the role to improving those projects on the DocSoc Software Foundation that benefit everyone. This includes but not limited to: a better wrapper for extracting data from... read more
Hi, my name is Raghav. I am running for the DocSoc Webmaster this year. I have experience in this position, as I have demonstrated over the past year as CGCU Web Editor and other professional experiences.
If elected, my objectives for this year are:
•Organise collaborative events with the Department to work on the various tools we use during our course. Including advocating for faster LabTS or possibly even set... read more