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I have been working at Google full-time (Less than a year)
Smart & hardworking teammates, perfect work-life balance and great benefits
Google only use its own tools, as a new-grad student, I do feel some pressure learning so many tools at the same time.
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The process took a week. I interviewed at Google (San Bruno, CA (US)) in January 2011.
I applied for the youtube job on their website and got a call after a week from their recruiter HR. Initially the HR forwarded me the wrong job profile. The job profile was for team lead and I am a developer. She asked me to study python for interview. Few days later, the other HR mailed me confirming the date for phone interview. This time she forwarded the correct job profile.
The interviewer called after 10 mins of scheduled time. Intially she mistook me for some other candidate. There was no formal introduction or description of the role or project. She seemed busy and she directly asked me if I am willing to work on php or python and Mysql.
And then she proceeded with questions.