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Spring breaking from stay-tona beach?

Highlighting side hustles like Chata's Tacos and their San Antonio style tacos is how we do things at Uncubed Credit: Chata's Tacos


Job of the Week

Software Engineer – Media & Tech (Red Ventures)

Red Ventures has a habit of building media brands like The Points Guy that impact countless users around the world. They’re hiring a Software Engineer to join them.

A brief list of must haves include server side experience, repository management, building REST APIs, and event driven architecture.

Tech Internship of the Week

PhishGuard Triage Response Analyst (Area 1 Security – Spring 2022) 

Undergrads (sophomores & juniors) with a 3.1 or higher GPA that are enrolled in a US college degree program majoring in Comp Science, IT, IS, or Computer Security can get the jump on a 2022 internship by applying to stop cyber attacks with Area 1 Security.

You’ll stand out by outlining any experience with Phishing attacks (the cyber variety and not the jam band kind), Yara, IOC’s and malicious file formats.

Non-Tech Internship of the Week

B2B Marketing Intern, CarGurus

Picking up marketing tactics that push product features over the finish line and into the hearts of users everywhere is what you’ll find at CarGurus B2B Marketing Internship. And also cars. Lots and lots of cars. Available to analytically minded undergrads, you’ll stand out by mentioning programs like Salesforce, Marketo, HubSpot and Adobe InDesign as the old friends you can’t wait to spend time with.

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Stuff You Can Thank Us For Later

  • Stanford Stuff: Stanford University is offering a free intro to coding class for students from all disciplines, with classes taking place from April 19 through May 28th. To learn more, check out Code in Place.
  • Spring Break Stuff: If you’re bypassing the madness of Miami Beach this year, this NPR article profiling college students who have chosen to stick around campus and/or home might just help you avoid FOMO.
  • Carnegie Mellon Stuff: What are the folks at Carnegie Mellon up to these days? If you guessed developing the RecapCS tool in order to provide alternative thought strategies to high school teachers and students studying comp sci, you’d be correct. 

The 🌮 Report

We respect the taco side hustle and enjoy calling attention to the small businesses that feed our taco cravings – like this new Brooklyn, NY based pop up taco shop Chata’s Tacos. The weekend pop-up run out of a bar is from NYC drag legend Horrorchata and specializes in San Antonio style tacos, which means you’re getting beans and cheans and possibly migas served atop a puffy style flour tortilla imported from Texas. We can’t confirm if they offer horchata to wash it all down, but we think there’s some obvious branding potential here.

Got a taco or taco-related story we need to know about? Email us at [email protected].

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