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
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
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