Due to the ongoing coronavirus COVID-19 emergency, all team activities at Politecnico are suspended, until the date when lectures will resume normally.

You can still apply to some positions: interviews will be held remotely, or as soon as activities resume.

For roles that allow remote work (sysadmins, designers, programmers) you can carry out activities from home.

Some areas of the team are full at the moment, applications can be submitted only for areas that can be selected in the list.

Select the area of the team that you like and you'll see some guidelines for the letter here.

Describe anything about your experience in computer repairs (desktop or laptops), or building computers, or soldering of electronic components.

If you don't know something, what do you do to learn it yourself, usually? You can give us some examples as well.

If you ever used Linux, feel free to talk about it: we install Linux on every computer that we repair.

Mention how much time you have for team activities, too, and if you have any other hobby or interests other than repairing computers.

These are just guidelines, write anything that you consider relevant.

One of the goals of the team is to develop electronic tools for low-level hardware diagnostics and the reuse of recovered hardware.

What's your relationship with electronics? Are you more interested in digital or analog (especially power) electronics do you like both equally?

If you ever made any electronic circuit or project other than those for academic courses, tell us. Explain also the method you've used to build them (breadboard, prototype board, PCB, through-hole components or SMD, etc...)

Tell us if you have experience with any Electronic Design Automation software (project, simulation, test and verification, etc...).

Mention how much time you have for team activities, too, and if you have any other hobby or interests other than designing circuits.

These are just guidelines, write anything that you consider relevant.

Tell us about your experience in software development. It's also fine to say "for the ... exam I've created a program that does ..." or "I've made a website for the bakery near my house".

Besides attending lectures, what do you do to learn? E.g. watching or reading tutorials online, starting to write code and looking things up on Stack Overflow as you go, etc...

Most of the software developed in our team (look at Tarallo, peracotta, turbofresa and bot specifically) is written in PHP or Python. What do you think of these programming languages and the code of these projects?

If you ever used Linux, feel free to talk about it: we install Linux on every computer that we repair.

Mention how much time you have for team activities, too, and if you have any other hobby or interests other than typing code.

These are just guidelines, write anything that you consider relevant.

The team has a few Linux server with some web apps and SSO software. Configuration is largely automated through Ansible.

These servers need ordinary maintenance (installing updates and similar) and, sometimes, modifications to some software configuration.

If you already have experience with similar tasks, excellent, but the minimum requirement is not being scared by a Linux terminal.

We mainly need a careful and precise person that accurately reads the manual and (error) messages to avoid breaking things. If you are one and you want to get down to server administration, tell us something about yourself and your experience with Linux, servers or computers in general.

Mention how much time you have for team activities, too, and if you have any other hobby or interests other than managing servers.

These are just guidelines, write anything that you consider relevant.

Describe any prior experience you have in coding in Python, especially Python 3, and don't hesitate sharing your Github account in your letter if you have one!

You could mention if you have ever used virtual environments, if you have ever collaborated with someone else on a software project, or if you can code in other programming languages.

Besides attending lectures, what do you do to learn? E.g. watching or reading tutorials online, starting to write code and looking things up on Stack Overflow as you go, etc...

If you ever used Linux, feel free to talk about it: we install Linux on every computer that we repair.

Mention how much time you have for team activities, too, and if you have any other hobby or interests other than typing code.

These are just guidelines, write anything that you consider relevant.

Tell us about your experience in PHP software development. It's also fine to say "for the ... exam I've created a program that does ..." or "I've made a website for the bakery near my house". You could also mention if you know other programming languages or if you've ever worked on projects with other people.

Besides attending lectures, what do you do to learn? E.g. watching or reading tutorials online, starting to write code and looking things up on Stack Overflow as you go, etc...

Look carefully at the team's main PHP projects: Tarallo, WEEEHire and crauto. What's your opinion on the code of these projects?

If you ever used Linux, feel free to talk about it: we install Linux on every computer that we repair.

Mention how much time you have for team activities, too, and if you have any other hobby or interests other than typing code.

These are just guidelines, write anything that you consider relevant.

Not all the computers that we get are repairable, but we'd still like to minimize the quantity of stuff that goes into the trash can.

If you have any DIY skills and/or experiences in creative reuse and/or "making" this is the moment to tell us.

You can also add some ideas (if you have any) on how we could reuse empty cases, particularly beautiful motherboards or shiny plates from broken hard disk drives.

Point out which method you'd follow to develop these projects, too.

Mention how much time you have for team activities, too, and if you have any other hobby or interests.

These are just guidelines, write anything that you consider relevant.

Describe any experience you have in managing pages or profiles (e.g. personal, business, of random memes, etc...) on social networks, in particular Facebook and Instagram.

Mention also the results you achieved with such promotional activities, if you can.

If you had to explain in a few lines what does the team do, what would you write?

Mention how much time you have for team activities, too, and if you have any other hobby or interests.

These are just guidelines, write anything that you consider relevant.

Surprise us.

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