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I hope this email finds you well and I’m not sure what you’ve been up to after graduation, but would you be open to trying something new in the Big Data field? My name is Tammy and I work at Palantir Technologies. I came across your profile and was really impressed with:
1. Your various interests in software development, international relations and natural language processing. Have you taken some time to check out the ways that Palantir is using data to help solve problems of human trafficking, cyber fraud and terrorism?
2. Your solid computer science foundation from Brigham Young
3. And lastly, I really like that you’re starting to blog again and active with new technologies
Palantir is looking for intellectually driven people to help revolutionize the way the world interprets data and it seems that you’d be a great fit! Please let me know if you’re interested in an exploratory chat!
Tammy Pham | Technical Sourcer
| 650-815-0190 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Palantir’s mission is to solve the most important problems for the world’s most important institutions. Our tools have been used by the NCMEC to help quickly find missing and exploited children, the CDC to help prevent widespread food borne illnesses, local and federal law enforcement agencies to help solve crime and more. There are analysts across the globe making real-world impactful decisions using our platform.
If you’re interested, here are some additional links to look over:
http://goo.gl/BZylQ (Mission Focus)
http://goo.gl/hTXvj (Life at Palantir)
http://goo.gl/UoINo (Palantir Video)
Hey Josh! Just saw your post about printing from Linux to BYU’s campus printers. I’m an incoming Freshman this year at BYU, starting this Fall. I’m running Uberstudent 4.0 (Socrates) on an older HP Pavilion Laptop. I was wondering if that information is still current? I tried downloading BYU’s 64-bit Pharos driver for windows, running it on wine, but it did nothing past the installation; I can’t find it in my printers. If necessary, I can just print to PDF, then send that print job in Black and White to a printer from email, but I’d rather print straight to them, if that makes sense.
Thanks for the info! Great Blog!