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  • 11 Skills You Need To Master To Land A $100,000 Engineering Job At Google

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    Google is the most desirable employer on Earth

    Engineers are the rock stars there — and they're paid accordingly

    Interns start at $70,000 to $90,000 salaries, while software engineers pull in $118,000 and senior software engineers make an average of $152,985. 

    But one does not simply walk into the Googleplex.

    The company receives upwards of 2.5 million job applications a year, but only hires about 4,000 people

    Thankfully for would-be Googlers, the Google in Education team has released a list of skills that they want to see in potential engineers

    "Having a solid foundation in Computer Science is important in being a successful Software Engineer," the company says. "This guide is a suggested path for University students to develop their technical skills academically and non-academically through self-paced, hands-on learning."

    Here are the skills Google wants its tech talent to master, complete with online resources to get you started: 

    1. Mastering the foundation. You have to be able to get through an introduction to CS course, like the ones from Udacity or Coursera 

    2. Learn to code in at least one object-oriented programming language. Like C++, Java, or Python. Consult MIT or Udacity

    3. Learn other programming languages. Add Java Script, CSS, Ruby, and HTML to your skillset. W3school and CodeAcademy are there to help. 

    4. Test your code. Because Google wants you to be able to "catch bugs, create tests, and break your software." Udacity, once again. 

    5. Have some background in abstract math. Like logical reasoning and discrete math, which lots of computer science draws on. MIT can help you with mathematics for computer science

    6. Understand algorithms and data structures. Google wants you to learn about fundamental data types like stacks, queues, and bags, as well as grasp sorting algorithms like quicksort, mergesort, and heapsort. MIT provides the recommended online resources, and the book "The Algorithm Design Manual" is super helpful, too. 

    7. Get to know operating systems. Because they'll be where you do much of your work. The University of California, Berkeley, provides a primer

    8. Become familiar with artificial intelligence. Google loves robots. Stanford has the knowledge

    9. Learn how to build compilers. Stanford says that when you do that, "you will learn how a program written in a high-level language designed for humans is systematically translated into a program written in low-level assembly more suited to machines." Head to Coursera for the learning

    10. Learn cryptography. Because cybersecurity is crucial. Coursera and Udacity provide courses. 

    11. Learn parallel programming. Because being able to carry out tons of computations at the same time is super powerful. The University of Illinois can help you out

    But Google doesn't just look at skills in its select candidates — the search giant seeks specific personality qualities, too

    SEE ALSO: 11 Qualities Google Looks For In Job Candidates

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  • Google CEO: Computers Are Going To Take Our Jobs, And 'There's No Way Around That' (GOOG)

    Larry Page

    When Google co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin formed the company in 1998, they sought to package all the information on the internet into an index that's simple to use.

    Today, Google is much more than a search engine. The company appears to be involved in every type of new technology ranging from self-driving cars to contact lenses that can test for disease.

    In a recent interview with the Financial Times, CEO Larry Page provided some insight as to why the company has decided to take on so many different tasks.

    Part of the reason is because Page believes there's this inevitable shift coming in which computers will be much better-suited to take on most jobs. 

    "You can't wish away these things from happening, they are going to happen," he told the Financial Times on the subject of artificial intelligence infringing on the job market. "You're going to have some very amazing capabilities in the economy. When we have computers that can do more and more jobs, it's going to change how we think about work. There's no way around that. You can't wish it away."

    But people shouldn't fear computers taking over their occupations, according to Page, who says it "doesn't make sense" for people to work so much.

    "The idea that everyone should slavishly work so they do something inefficiently so they keep their job — that just doesn't make any sense to me," he told the Financial Times. "That can't be the right answer." 

    Based on Page's quotes in the Financial Times, it sounds as if he feels like Google has an obligation to invest in forward-thinking technologies.

    "...We have all these billions we should be investing to make people's lives better," Page said to the Financial Times. "If we just do the same thing we did before and don't do something new, it seems like a crime to me."

    You can read the full interview with Page here >>

    SEE ALSO: The Main Difference Between Google's Rising Star Sundar Pichai And CEO Larry Page

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  • Google's Halloween Bash Was The Most Outrageous Office Party Ever

    With more than 30,000 employees working at its Mountain View headquarters, Google's company parties are massive affairs.

    Costumes, candy, and other sweets make Halloween the perfect time for an over-the-top event at the Googleplex. 

    This year, Google threw a Halloween party with an "Alice in Wonderland" theme, and no detail was spared.

    A huge grassy lawn outside the Googleplex was decorated to look like Wonderland, complete with all of the wacky characters Alice meets during her adventure.  




    Even Alice herself made an appearance.

     There were plenty of fun, Alice-themed activities, like flamingo croquet. 


    And sumo wrestling.


    You didn't have to be a kid to go in the bounce house.

    Though if you were looking for something a little slower-paced, you could try your hand at a game of chess. 


    Or take a break at a tea party.

    They even brought in some white rabbits to play with.


    In keeping with the theme, the party had cupcakes and cookies with "Eat Me" tags.


    They also made cake pops that were decorated to look like mushrooms. 

    And for drinks, they created this concoction of blue curacao, lemonade, and vodka.

    SEE ALSO: Marissa Mayer Threw A Crazy Halloween Party At The Funeral Home She Bought Last Year

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  • Make Your Photos Terrifying With Google's Halloween Filter

    Happy Halloween!

    To help you get into the spirit, Google+ Photos released a neat "Halloweenify" feature that lets you transform your smiling face into a horrifying, ghoulish grimace. 

    Like this:

    GoogleHalloween2 HALLOWEEN

    To try it yourself, go to photos.google.com. You'll see an option to try either a fun or a spooky effect.

    The fun effect adds virtual face paint, turning you into a pumpkin, kitten, or puppy:

    GoogleHalloween2 HALLOWEEN(1)

    It's actually kind of addicting:

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    SEE ALSO: Here's What Our Google Sources Are Saying About Sundar Pichai's Sudden Rise

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  • Meet The Man Who's Now Leading Google's Top-Secret Robotics Projects In Place Of Andy Rubin

    James Kuffner

    Big news leaked from the Googleplex last night: Andy Rubin, founder of Android who had been running Google's top-secret robotics projects since 2013, is leaving the company.  

    Taking his place is James Kuffner, an adjunct professor at Carnegie Mellon and long-time humaniod robotics expert. 

    Kuffner first came to Google to work on its self-driving car projects in 2009, though focused on other robotics research as well. 

    "I’ve always been interested in seeing forward-looking technology go from just an idea in a research lab to actually doing something practical and useful," he told MIT's Technology Review in an interview at a DARPA robotics contest last year. 

    Google has made it clear that it's willing to invest in robotics. It bought Boston Dynamics, an engineering company that creates crazy mobile research robots for the military, last December. That was the ninth robotics company it had purchased in six months.  

    Kuffner has been working on humanoid robots for about 20 years and has published over 100 technical papers, including one about how to use a cloud-based system to help robots recognize and grasp 3D objects. 

    "So far robotics has been very brittle, and it’s going to take best-in-class software and hardware, and a lot of hard work to make these robots achieve the same level of performance and agility that humans and animals have," he told MIT. "I think that’s sort of an inspiration goal and something to motivate everyone to work toward."

    What specific robotics projects Kuffner will be leading at Google remains shrouded in mystery. 

    When asked about why Google bought so many robotics companies, he has declined to comment

    "I know James well and honestly can’t imagine a better person for the job," another robotics expert, Russ Tedrake, told The Wall Street Journal. "He has the vision, the passion, and the technical chops to do great things with this opportunity." 

    SEE ALSO: Here's What Google Sources Are Saying About Sundar Pichai's Sudden Rise To Power

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  • Google Lost The Guy Who Started Android, But It Sounds Like The Perfect Move For Him (GOOG)

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    Andy Rubin, the founder of Android, is leaving Google after joining the company when his startup was acquired in 2005.

    Rubin was in charge of the Android division until 2013, and he helped transform it from a small open-source platform into the biggest mobile operating system in the world.

    Now Rubin is going to create a startup accelerator for companies focused on hardware, according to The Wall Street Journal. Based on what we've heard about Rubin from our sources, it sounds like a great fit.

    One source who previously worked with Rubin described him as an excellent founder, explaining how he was different from Sundar Pichai, the Google exec currently leading the Android and Chrome divisions who just got a major promotion last week.

    "I think Andy is probably the best person in the world to take something from zero to one," our source said in a previous interview before Rubin's departure. "Sundar is probably one of the best people in the world to take something from 100 to 1,000."

    Another former colleague of Rubin's said Rubin always encouraged the startup culture at Google. Rubin's departure came as somewhat of a surprise, our source said, because it seemed as if he liked what he was doing there. At the same time, this person said, working at an accelerator fit in with what Rubin wanted to do.

    "He's an entrepreneur. He likes to think fast and innovate," one source said in an interview prior to Rubin's exit, in reference to Android being handed over to Pichai. "I think that at some point, Android got so big that it's not necessarily that same challenge. And I think he still wants to have some more challenges and make some more great things happen."

    Our source didn't know why Rubin suddenly left the company but speculated that it could have something to do with Page's recent reorganization. Or, it could simply be that Rubin is more interested in working with early stage startups at this time. 

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    SEE ALSO: The Main Difference Between Google's Rising Star Sundar Pichai And CEO Larry Page

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  • 13 Of The Most Popular Tech Company CEOs, According To Their Employees

    edm dj music concertIt’s tough being a CEO. You have to constantly meet your sales goals while coming up with new ideas. You have to motivate your employees and keep expanding the business, too.

    Things only get harder if you’re in tech, where everything changes so quickly. And, on top of that, if you’re at a public company where shareholders scrutinize your every move? Forget about it.

    That’s why staying popular among employees often gets put on the back burner of many tech CEOs. Yet, the truly talented CEOs manage to keep both their employees and shareholders happy.

    Bloomberg put together a list of the most popular CEOs among US public companies, based on a survey done by Glassdoor. We narrowed it down to the 13 tech CEOs who have the highest approval rating.

    13. NetApp’s Tom Georgens

    Approval rating: 85.5%

    CEO since: 2009

    Market cap: $13.4 billion

    Revenue (2014): $6.3 billion

    About: Georgens has more than 20 years of experience in the storage area. He spent 11 years at EMC, before working at Engenio and LSI Logic Storage Systems for 9 years. Georgens is also the chairman of NetApp’s board.

    12. EMC’s Joe Tucci

    Approval rating: 89%

    CEO since: 2001

    Market cap: $57.92 billion

    Revenue (2013): $23.2 billion

    About: Tucci was named EMC’s CEO in 2001, a year after joining the company as COO. He transformed EMC’s business from being mostly focused on a high-end storage platform to visualization, cloud, and security software. Before joining EMC, Tucci worked at network solution company Wang Global and RCA Corp.

    11. Cognizant Technology Solution’s Frank D’Souza

    Approval rating: 89.9%

    CEO since: 1994

    Market cap: $29.17 billion

    Revenue (2013): $8.8 billion

    About: D’Souza is one of the cofounders of Cognizant, an IT consoling service company. Under D’Souza’s leadership, Cognizant has become an S&P 500 and Fortune 500 company, with more than 180,000 employees. He’s also on the board of General Electric Co.

    See the rest of the story at Business Insider
  • Steve Jobs On Departed Android Founder Andy Rubin: 'Big, Arrogant ...' (AAPL, GOOG)

    andy rubinSteve Jobs did not like Android, or the guy that ran it, Andy Rubin, according to a book on the Google-Apple smartphone wars. 

    Jobs told friends that he thought Rubin was a "big, arrogant f**k," according to Fred Vogelstein's, Dogfight: How Apple And Google Went To War And Started a Revolution.

    When Apple introduced the iPhone in 2007, Google was already working on Android, its own smartphone operating system. Google bought Android, which was Rubin's startup, for ~$50 million in 2005. 

    According to Dogfight, when Apple announced the iPhone, Rubin realized he would have to throw out what he was thinking of launching.

    He was in a cab in Las Vegas, watching a webcast of the presentation. He made the driver pull over so he could see the whole thing. He said, "Holy crap, I guess we're not going to launch that phone."

    Ethan Beard, an early Android business development executive told Vogelstein, "We knew that Apple was going to announce a phone. Everyone knew that. We just didn't think it would be that good."

    Google had phone software that was ready to launch at the end of the year, but it looked awful relative to the iPhone, so it was all scrapped and delayed. "What we had looked so ... nineties," said an Android engineer. 

    The Android team got to work and created the software that eventually went into the HTC G1, Google's first Android-based phone. The software was not as good as the iPhone, but it similar enough to Apple's software that Jobs was furious with Google.

    "Everything is a f**king rip off of what we're doing," Jobs said of Android, according to Vogelstein's reporting. 

    Jobs had trusted Google's cofounders, Larry Page and Sergey Brin. Google's CEO Eric Schmidt was on Apple's board. All three has been telling Jobs about Android, but they kept telling him it would be different from the iPhone. And for some reason he believed them until he actually saw the phone and its software. 

    Once Jobs saw Android's software, and how similar it was to the iPhone, he insisted Google make a lot of changes.  

    There was a meeting with Jobs, Scott Forstall, who designed the iPhone's software, and Google's Larry Page, Alan Eustace, and Rubin. Vogelstein cautions that it was hard to know exactly what happened in the meeting, but says that it was confrontational and nasty.

    "It got incredibly personal," says one Apple executive who was briefed by Jobs on the meeting. "Jobs said that Rubin was steamed, telling him his position was anti-innovation. And this is where Steve was demeaning to Andy, saying Andy was trying to be like him, look like him, have the same haircut, the same glasses, the same style."

    Apple got what it wanted from the meeting. Google didn't do multitouch features like pinch to zoom. It forced Google to change how it was going to make the phone unlock. Not only did Jobs tell Google what it couldn't use, but according to Vogelstein Jobs told Google how to take things out of Android. It was a complete capitulation from Google. 

    Rubin was furious that his bosses caved to Jobs. He thought there was plenty of evidence that Apple didn't invent the things it said it invented. Rubin considered quitting Google, but didn't. (Ultimately, Google did add in those features and now it's dealing with lawsuits.)  

    After the meeting with Jobs, he had a sign on his office white board that said, "STEVE JOBS STOLE MY LUNCH MONEY."

    In the long run, Rubin and Android got the best of Apple. Android has taken over the world.

    (Though the iPhone is wildly profitable. So, for now, this seems to be a rare instance where both companies are doing well.)

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  • Andy Rubin, Founder Of Android, Is Out Of Google (GOOG)

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    Andy Rubin, the Google executive responsible for the creation of Android, is out of the company, The Wall Street Journal is reporting

    Google confirmed the report with CEO Larry Page, saying in a statement to The Journal: "I want to wish Andy all the best with what’s next. With Android he created something truly remarkable — with a billion plus happy users. Thank you."

    Rubin came to Google when it bought his tiny startup, Android, in 2005. When Rubin got to Google, Android was basically just an idea. By the time he stopped running Android in March 2013, it was the world's most widely used operating system, dominating smartphone market share. 

    Rubin is planning to operate a startup incubator for hardware-focused companies, according to The Journal.

    When Rubin stopped running Android, he stayed at Google to work on robotics, a longtime passion of his. Jessica Lessin at The Information tweeted that Rubin wanted more freedom for his robotics groupShe said he wanted a structure like that of Calico, which is the anti-aging company Google has started. 

    Our guess is that Page views robotics as something he understands better and considers core to Google — and therefore would not want to give it the same independence.

    Google research scientist James Kuffner will take Rubin's spot to lead the robotics group. 

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  • The Main Difference Between Google's Rising Star Sundar Pichai And CEO Larry Page, Summed Up In One Paragraph (GOOG)

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    Google’s Sundar Pichai, who was previously tasked with overseeing the company’s Chrome and Android units, just got a major promotion last week.

    Now, he’s essentially in charge of all of Google’s major consumer products including Maps, Search, and Google+ as well as commerce and ads.

    CEO Larry Page will be stepping back to focus on the “bigger picture.”

    According to one former Google employee, the move seems natural — mainly because Page and Pichai offer two very different types of skill sets that complement each other. Maarten Hooft, a partner at the venture capital firm Quest Venture Partners who worked at Google for six years, between 2006 and 2012, described it like this when speaking to Business Insider:

    If I [were] to highlight one differentiator, [it’s that] Larry can take on that blue sky vision. He’s not afraid of setting an audacious goal. Whereas I think Sundar is more of a great operator. While Larry and Sergey [Brin] have these visions and can start these initiatives, I think it’s Sundar that’s the guy that can just get it done. He can assemble the team, he can appoint the right people, and he’s the one that makes it happen. That’s not to say that Sundar doesn’t have any product vision. But in terms of the grand 10-year horizon, I think Larry probably has more of that than Sundar does.

    Hooft, who joined Google in 2006 as part of the search distribution team before moving to the Android department as a technical program manager in 2010, made it clear that these statements were based on his personal views and were not necessarily definitive.

    Still, as a someone who spent time at the company for six years, Hooft was able to offer some insight as to how valuable Pichai was to Google.

    “If there’s anybody that could take over as CEO one day, I would see Sundar as being a great choice for doing that,” Hooft said. “There’s a lot of smart people [at Google], but in terms of the consumer products he’s worked on so far, I doubt they would be as successful without Sundar being there.”

    SEE ALSO: This Story About Larry Page In College Perfectly Shows Why He's The Right Person To Lead Google

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