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Lunch with Alexandra Gherghina from Google
If you have a question about this talk, please contact Mateja Jamnik.
I’ll be talking about how I came about to work at Google, and how to take advantage of opportunities that come your way. I’ll discuss a bit about what it is like to work in a large team on a project that impacts millions of users. I’ll also give a brief talk on how to write testable, easy to work with code using Google Guice for dependency injection.
Alexandra is working as software engineer in the Google office in London, building the platform for Google Offers project. She started in her current role as a new graduate, after completing the MSc. in Advanced Computing degree from Imperial College London. Prior to that, she obtained a Computer Science Engineering degree from “Politehnica” University of Bucharest.
This talk is part of the women@CL Speaker Lunch Series series.
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