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Fri, 20 Mar 2015 17:33:05 +0000
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                               SPECIAL EVENT

               The Department of Computer Science and
                 the GSU chapter of the ACM present

                   Software Engineering at Google

                        Dr. Kelly Westbrooks
                          Software Engineer
                               Google

What is it like working as a software engineer at Google? In this
presentation, I'll talk about everything a prospective candidate
needs to know about working as a Google engineer, including details
about the hiring process, what to expect in a technical interview,
the different types of engineering jobs that Google hires for, as
well as the perks and rewards of working at Google. Afterword, we'll
have an informal Q&A session where I will answer your questions and
meet students who are interested in applying for positions.

          ATTENDEES: PLEASE REGISTER AT http://goo.gl/JQNlyI

About the Speaker: Dr. Kelly Westbrooks received a B.S. in Applied
Mathematics from Georgia Tech in 2001 and a Ph.D. in Computer Science
from Georgia State in 2009. While working on his Ph.D., he was
employed at several companies in Atlanta as a software engineer,
including Digital Insight, BellSouth, CBeyond, and others. After
earning his Ph.D., he went to work for Life Technologies as a
bioinformatics software engineer. In 2011, he started working at
Google as a software engineer. At Google, he worked on Google
Genomics, a cloud software platform for genomic data analysis. Most
recently, he switched to Google's System Infrastructure team, which
writes the software that manages Google's data centers.

                       Thursday, March 26, 2015
                          4:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.
                      Room 608, Classroom South

                          Everyone welcome!
                          Free refreshments!

           DON'T FORGET TO REGISTER AT http://goo.gl/JQNlyI


--
Rajshekhar Sunderraman
Professor and Acting Chair
Computer Science Department
Georgia State University
P.O. Box 3994
Atlanta, GA 30302-3994

www: http://tinman.cs.gsu.edu/~raj
phone: (404)413-5726 fax: (404)413-5717


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