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As far as speed-dates go, we all know that meeting someone new for the first time is always a stressful ordeal.But speed-dating for your next potential employer doesn’t have to be that terrifying.Even though this is not a job fair, this is still a casual recruiting event — business-casual attire is recommended if you’re serious about making an impression.Prepare a short 90-second pitch about yourself (2 to 3 sentences should suffice) briefly covering your background and experience (domains, skill-sets, one or two main accomplishments in previous organizations) and more importantly, what you are looking forward to — detailing your career goals, and your reason for attending the event.About Hacker X: Hacker X is a one-of-a-kind opportunity for developers to meet with and learn more about some of the world’s most innovative and fastest growing companies — in a casual environment, face to face.More than just a recruitment event, Hacker X is also a networking platform for all attendees no matter which side of the table you’re on.
Try to see the larger picture — company goals and strategy also matter besides the stipulated job requirements and knowledge of the technologies and platforms the company works with.After which, you may choose to either network with your peers around you (while still staying in line), or use this time to strategize your approach to each company.Company profile sheets are provided at the registration counter when you check-in.They are given the choice of one of three themed rooms at the start of the game. The conversations are quick, as the rules of speed dating mean the ghosts have a limited amount of time to get to know each other.Ghosts may grow fond of or outright reject the player depending on the choices and comments the player makes over the course of each speed dating round. Ghosts have an odd idea of what's appropriate for a first date.