Google New York Engineering Open House

Google NYC is hosting an Open House and you are invited!

Here in New York we thrive in the same culture that Google made famous in Silicon Valley. This is a community of bright, inspiring and talented people who work in a relaxed but focused and professional environment. We have access to an amazing pool of computing resources and data that help us solve intellectually challenging and wide-ranging problems. Our engineers work on a variety of projects including search and advertising quality, Web applications, infrastructure and application backends, research and much more.

We are excited to open our doors to you and share a bit about what keeps us busy here in New York, and specifically, highlight how Front End Engineering and Engineers are impacting some of our most exciting projects. The evening will include presentations from four of our key New York Engineering leaders on products being developed locally as well as the opportunities available at Google. We will save plenty of time to answer all your burning questions and give you the opportunity to meet and mingle with other attendees and Googlers. In true Google style, there will be an abundance of food and beverage for your enjoyment. 

We hope to see you!


Agenda
5:30 pm - 6:30 pm Registration, Welcome Reception
6:30 pm - 7:30 pm Presentations 
7:30 pm - 7:45 pm Q&A
7:45 pm - 9:00 pm Dessert, More Networking 

Speakers
Tim Dierks, Software Engineer
Fuzzy Khosrowshahi, Director, Software Engineering
David Nagle, Director, Software Engineering
Elizabeth Hamon Reid, Director, Engineering

To view speaker bios, please click here.

Thank you for your interest! Unfortunately, our event is now full. 
If you would like to be contacted regarding future events and opportunities at the Google New York City office, please fill out the interest form below.

     
    Where:      Google New York
                         76 9th Avenue
                         New York, NY 10011
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     When:       Tuesday, June 29th, 2010
                         5:30 pm - 9:00 pm