Who can see your viewing activity?
What are your ideas about mentorship in general? How do you go about it in a large organization at Google?
How should I grow in my career path and increase my value if I do not have any domain knowledge for my upcoming SDE job, like only a general SDE working on backend projects without specialization in any field?
What do you do when you feel that what you are doing is very new to you and overwhelming?
What were your career goals when you started at Google? What are they now?
How should one plan his or her software engineer career knowing that the end goal is to become an entrepreneur and form a startup? What is a good duration to stay in the software engineering industry in order to get full exposure of the product development cycle?
How do you make sure you are growing technically and learning something new? What are you in the process of learning right now?
Why did you decide to stay on the technical track vs go into the management track?
These slides are really great — any chance we could receive a copy of them after the talk?
Recording of the session are always uploaded at https://www.cs.columbia.edu/alumni-talks/
To work for Google Brain, do people apply directly or people work up as SE? Is CS PhD required or publication in the relevant area enough?
How do you feel that attaining a PhD has helped you in industry? Do you feel that it is necessary for some more advanced career paths?
Thank you so much!
do you feel like you could have gotten to where you are now without a PhD?
Do you work with Product Manager or TPM in your daily work?