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July 21, 2011 @ 08:17 PM
ahgeadf

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some powerful trolling going on here
July 22, 2011 @ 12:12 AM
myBallz

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The sleeping pod got me
July 22, 2011 @ 01:50 AM
Eliperks

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Join Date: May 2011

Holy shit.


I would do anything to work there. Wow...
July 22, 2011 @ 01:53 AM
Mo Helio

Post: 488

Join Date: Apr 2009

Location: Toronto

k, u guys win


respect for not being an immature faggot who refuses to be wrong. No sarcasm either.
July 22, 2011 @ 02:33 AM
HIDEYOKIDS HIDEYOWIFE

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Location: 310

i have a friend who got his computer science masters from UC berkeley that programs for google in mountain view

he got started off at 170k/yr

swag.
July 22, 2011 @ 08:53 AM
trevxv3

Post: 1825

Join Date: May 2010

Location: SoCal

Google apparently has one of the hardest application processes out there right now www.impactinterview.com/2009/10/140-google-interview-questions/. Whoever said that its easy getting a job there is bullshitting, also, whoever said they make 10 an hour? www.glassdoor.com/Salary/Google-Salaries-E9079.htm

idk wtf some of you are thinking

SATIRE GANG OR MOW YOUR LAWN FOR FREE

July 22, 2011 @ 09:04 AM
BDKHOE

Post: 235

Join Date: May 2011

respect for not being an immature faggot who refuses to be wrong. No sarcasm either.


y wa she lying in the first place tho

do sumthin bout it son. humiliate him further.

#swag.
July 22, 2011 @ 09:35 AM
Mo Helio

Post: 488

Join Date: Apr 2009

Location: Toronto

y wa she lying in the first place tho

do sumthin bout it son. humiliate him further.

#swag.


dead.
haha naw, allow the dude, people mess up.
#goodsoulswag
July 22, 2011 @ 10:06 AM
GrainBelt

Post: 1088

Join Date: Feb 2007

Location: Minneapolis

Holy shit.


I would do anything to work there. Wow...

This is the problem right here.

Google definitely houses one of the smarter collectives of talented creative engineers in the world. If you think about the amount of products that Google needs to build and support, the number is mind blowing.

That being said, Google is founded by engineers, and is an engineer driven company. It will, and always has been, a utility.

While the campus is fun, and the pay is great (we're talking entry level design positions in the 100,000+ range), the culture isn't for everyone. At the end of the day, it's a large corporation, with staggered hierarchy that you'd find working for any other large mogul.

The logistics to do anything are complicated, the layers of miscommunication are common, and the ladder to climb to the top is a life commitment. If that's for you, then go for it.
July 22, 2011 @ 10:21 AM
trevxv3

Post: 1825

Join Date: May 2010

Location: SoCal

This is the problem right here.

Google definitely houses one of the smarter collectives of talented creative engineers in the world. If you think about the amount of products that Google needs to build and support, the number is mind blowing.

That being said, Google is founded by engineers, and is an engineer driven company. It will, and always has been, a utility.

While the campus is fun, and the pay is great (we're talking entry level design positions in the 100,000+ range), the culture isn't for everyone. At the end of the day, it's a large corporation, with staggered hierarchy that you'd find working for any other large mogul.

The logistics to do anything are complicated, the layers of miscommunication are common, and the ladder to climb to the top is a life commitment. If that's for you, then go for it.


how do you know this? cause this is exactly what google doesnt do. They only hire self-starting ambitious types, so getting tings started isn't a problem. Im sure communication is the least of their worries too or they wouldnt be realasing 3 new products every week. peep this interview with the staffing director www.infoworld.com/d/developer-world/how-get-job-google-833 The type of culture they are building is the exact opposite of what you are claiming it to be. Although they are a billion dollar corporation, it is filled with geniuses all the way down to the lowest level. She says that they look for a type that finds meeting a deadline fulfilling, and they get days off after projects are completed. Climbing to the top will be reserved for only the best, so I agree that will be difficult, otherwise idk where your info is coming from but I dont think your specualtion is correct here.

SATIRE GANG OR MOW YOUR LAWN FOR FREE

July 22, 2011 @ 06:30 PM
Brooklyn_718

Post: 2561

Join Date: Sep 2006

Location: Pluto

This is the problem right here.

Google definitely houses one of the smarter collectives of talented creative engineers in the world. If you think about the amount of products that Google needs to build and support, the number is mind blowing.

That being said, Google is founded by engineers, and is an engineer driven company. It will, and always has been, a utility.

While the campus is fun, and the pay is great (we're talking entry level design positions in the 100,000+ range), the culture isn't for everyone. At the end of the day, it's a large corporation, with staggered hierarchy that you'd find working for any other large mogul.

The logistics to do anything are complicated, the layers of miscommunication are common, and the ladder to climb to the top is a life commitment. If that's for you, then go for it.


This is right on target...
July 22, 2011 @ 06:52 PM
╒rozzy

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Join Date: May 2011

Location: California

Silicon Valley coolcoolcool

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July 22, 2011 @ 07:37 PM
FORTE ASHLEY OLSEN

Post: 437

Join Date: Jan 2011

This is the problem right here.

Google definitely houses one of the smarter collectives of talented creative engineers in the world. If you think about the amount of products that Google needs to build and support, the number is mind blowing.

That being said, Google is founded by engineers, and is an engineer driven company. It will, and always has been, a utility.

While the campus is fun, and the pay is great (we're talking entry level design positions in the 100,000+ range), the culture isn't for everyone. At the end of the day, it's a large corporation, with staggered hierarchy that you'd find working for any other large mogul.

The logistics to do anything are complicated, the layers of miscommunication are common, and the ladder to climb to the top is a life commitment. If that's for you, then go for it.


That's true for almost any career. I know mad kids go to college thinking they're going to be pulling six figures at 25, it can happen but you have to be very fortunate or very, very good at what you do. That being said, if you can get an entry level position making that kind of money it could be worth it. Just depends on if you're willing to deal with the other conditions.
July 22, 2011 @ 09:11 PM
playboyxxx

Post: 919

Join Date: May 2011

Location: naw

this just feels like a fancy sweatshop

pink like hamilton


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