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Comments on Google Interviews...

No, not from me directly. Some amusing/interesting comments are available here. I've never interviewed with Google, and I don't know that I would voluntarily apply (they're getting kind of big to sustain their "do no evil" culture). I remember my screening tech interview with Microsoft back in the late 90s, and these comments seem to jive well with that. This quote very much reminded me of that experience:

"The whole vibe was eerily like I felt when interviewing on Wall Street years before: arrogance personified, with the brusqueness coming from certain knowledge that they are the Masters of the Universe and you are very lucky to even be in their presence."
If Google came calling, would I turn them away? No, of course not. I just don't know if I'd seek them out.

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