just don't feel bad if they turn you down
Well they aren't retarded so they won't expect you to have much experience if you're fresh from school.
The interviews are your standard problem solving stuff, so you have to be good at that, which may be harder for people who didn't major in CS/went to a school with a good program.
Oh and let me add, if they think you're more or less a good candidate they will most likely hire you cause they still have to grow in terms of man power and they don't want to risk you going to the other tech companies.
Network infrastructure is a big area inside of Google, probably the most important of the infrastructure branches. There's a lot of cool custom stuff. I don't know if the hiring process is different. See here:
Positions in the smaller offices are pretty limited, though once you're inside it's only a matter of managing to get transferred to a team stationed there.
Write automation software
another Googler here. I would say yes, but apply to other places too.
>smart and nice co-workers
>huge variety of projects going on (although your ability to shift teams depends on many factors)
>great internal tooling
>the infrastructure, both software and hardware, that Google is built on is amazing.
>Not as into open source as you might think. Chances are your work will not be open source.
>Entry level jobs can be boring. Google puts very good engineers on boring projects, since even boring projects have to get done.
>Internal tooling is great, but not open source, so you will not be able to transfer the skills to another company or a startup.
Will you let more like this happen or will you forget us?
>A sizable proportion of the engs are autistic as /g/
This applies to tech everywhere though. Are they better or worse than average?
Same here, they had me take some pre-screening personality survey two weeks ago and no response. It doesn't seem to be their strong point
They were real good about communicating leading up to the last interview (there were two). I had two recruiters emailing me daily about various things, one even called me the night before to wish me luck. Since, nothing. I guess they just don't like to be bearers of bad news.
How culturally diverse and racially rich is googles workforce?
WHAT THE FUCK?????????
machine learning has many practical applications with regards to dragon dildos, such as predicting the largest one you can use given your weight, height, gender, and years of experience
Just a privacy thing (I know, the irony).
My own opinion is that diversity is overrated. Apple's products kick our ass in terms of usability, but they are also full of cis straight White males. Also the biggest growing market is Asia, and tech has plenty of Asians.
But I also think this is mainly a political issue. If you believe the mainstream narrative regarding racism etc., then you are also likely to believe that we are missing out on something by mainly having White males (a lot of Asians and Indians too though).
Just because it's made by a man doesn't mean women won't use it.
See cars, computers, dildos, everything ever, etc...
This whole forced cultural integration/diversity requirements thing is the cancer killing technology
I wonder if /pol/ ever realize how off-putting they are to anyone who's remote well-adjusted/not-completely-fucking-insane. I bet the virginity rate on /pol/ is higher than /r9k/.
Google always seemed like a company that wants you to live at work. One of those colorful company that makes their workers think they're cool and hip, while at the forefront of social development. When in reality they're a glorifed slavecamp. I just get that feeling.
Slightly related, should I try pic related guys? Does anyone have experience working with them?
Now that is what you call one of the most racially diverse firm(no surprises ;-))
In terms of job prospects dont expect it to be cutting edge work(it will be challenging of course but not leading forefront of technology)
There will be lot of independence to do your work and thing you will learn will be more management and leadership inclined than technology.
If you are looking for combination of finance, leadership and some technology this is your place to be.
>Well they aren't retarded so they won't expect you to have much experience if you're fresh from school.
But are you supposed to be the kind of guy that has tons of personal projects that make him as experienced as someone that had worked for years in the industry?
google degenerate detected
someone logging into a production server with the root password with verbose ssh turned on?
That's p likely at most places. He's probably logging in from a trusted IP... *shrug*
What's the problem?
I like the dragon reminder though. Cute.