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How to Get a Job at Google

Posted on February 24th, 2014 by Mark Frydenberg

Thomas Friedman wrote an article in the New York Times this weekend entitled How to Get a Job at Google. He quotes Laszlo Bock, senior VP of people operations for Google, as saying “GPA’s are worthless as a criteria for hiring, and test scores are worthless.” Bock recently interviewed with Friedman and said that “good […]

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Free Student Passes to the Ultimate Developer Event: Nov. 20-22

Posted on November 13th, 2013 by kong_hail

There are 40 FREE student passes given to Bentley University for the Ultimate Developer Event, which is Nov. 20-22 at the Seaport World Trade Center. Check out the website: This is a great event for anyone learning to write code. You’ll note the full price conference ticket is $1,200. The four tracks are: Web […]

Andy Rubin Calls it Quits on Android

Posted on March 20th, 2013 by charleb_conn_

Via The Verge There’s long been speculation about merging Chrome, Google’s desktop operating system, with Android. ChromeOS meets Android? Could this be the true hybridized operating system that Windows 8 promised to be? How would you feel about ChromeOS on your phone? » Read the full story here «

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Just like iMessage, actually better

Posted on February 6th, 2013 by lakshma_anan_

I have always been an android user. Let it be a tablet or a smartphone, my choice has always been android. I was very happy with the spread of apps and games that google play offered but I have always envied the iMessages. But no longer. MightyText, an android app made by Google’s ex-employees, fills […]

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Driverless Cars in the Near Future? How about Today?

Posted on September 27th, 2012 by hebert_ryan_

California has become the third state to pass laws legalizing driverless vehicles, joining Nevada and Florida as a state with such laws. Currently, the biggest driver toward a future of driverless automobiles is Google, but is it a matter of time that more companies jump into this emerging technological market? For more information, I recommend […]