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[This post in Spanish to target the Spanish student audience.] La semana pasada nos despedimos de un estudiante de tercer año de carrera que pasó el verano con nosotros haciendo una internship en el equipo de Bazel. Este hecho me hizo pensar en que es el mejor momento de repasar qué son los internships. Mi objetivo es intentar convencerte, si eres un estudiante de carrera, máster, o doctorado, de que son una opción muy interesante y asequible para mejorar tus conocimientos y crecer en el mundo laboral.
It has been over 6 years since I joined Google and throughout this time I have been in the Storage SRE family: first with GFS, then with Colossus, and last with Persistent Disk. Even though this counts as 3 different teams, the reality is that I have been doing mostly the same type of work all around. I had pondered the idea of switching to a pure Software Engineer (SWE) role for all these years and never taken any action. Until now. Things change, and the time has come for me to make a move and pursue that thought in an effort to grow in a different direction. And why now, you ask? Well, simply because I have found a role in the NYC office for a project that I am personally passionate about.
Mission: Site Reliability Engineer for the Storage Infrastructure at Google D-Day: May 25th, 2009 Location: Dublin, Ireland Duration: Unspecified Six years have passed. Six years since I dropped out of a Ph.D. program, left home, and took a plane to Dublin, Ireland, to start my work life adventure by joining Google. Two years later, I moved to New York City and I am still here without any specific plans to leave.