Google strives to hire “the world’s best engineers,“and has crafted an “interminable” interview process dotted with puzzles and brainteasers to do so.That’s
according to Peter Norvig Google’s director of research.What Google
interview process also involves is a set of crazy questions and asking
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Posted by Admin
11/19/2009 2:39 PM |
I just got done reading the Google Interview Questions over at Gizmodo and came to only one conclusion about them, and it is the same problem I have with most “clever” interview questions.
What does this tell you about the candidate?
Can they perform under pressure?
Can they think on their feet?
Do ... [More]
How can you go wrong with a jacket and tie, or a nice suit? Be well
groomed, look your best, and dont think that its old fashioned and out
of style. first impressions are the most lasting ones. you may be the
most qualified, but if you show up looking like Smeagle from the Lord
of the Rings or one of those orcs, i dont think you are gong to get... [More]
OK, I’ve had enough. People, seriously. If you are retarded, then
Google doesn’t want you to work for them. Duh. I just read this poor
girl’s account of an interview:
Well, they asked her a question (according to her). About how much
money AdWords pulls in a day. Hmmm. It’s Google. What do you thin... [More]
Posted by Admin
11/15/2009 1:26 AM |
Google came to Syracuse’s campus to recruit new graduates when I was a
senior. I attended the information session and learned which jobs I
could qualify for. I created a fancy cover letter and resume, crossed
my fingers and e-mailed them my documents. One week later I had an
email in my inbox from Google.