PagerDuty
San Francisco, California
PagerDuty is an operations performance platform delivering visibility and actionable intelligence across the entire incident lifecycle.
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You'll never meet a nicer group of people! I pulled tickets from the same backlog as the rest of my team that was meaningful to the company's goals. They use the latest tools and have really good software development practices. The one-on-ones with both my mentor and my manager were tremendously valuable as well. The company and intern events were also really fun and made the 4 months an amazing experience.
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Toronto, ON, Canada

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The Toronto office has a really great, supportive culture - and you're treated as a full timer in every respect. There's a lot of focus on getting stuff done and stripping out inefficiencies / useless bureaucratic processes and "just doing it". Also, the whole company lives and breathes by their availability metrics. Even the smallest outage is taken very seriously - and it's interesting to work in a culture where no matter what you do, you shouldn't break anything. Even though interns don't go on-call, I still felt the responsibility for ensuring my code works well - and I often helped on-call devs handle incidents to get the feel. I feel like I learned a lot there, and had a lot of fun while still having relatively low levels of stress.
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Irvine, CA, USA

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Interned at 2015 summer.
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Kirkland, WA, USA

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I worked at Google Kirkland office during summer term of 2016. I was assigned to the Cloud team. It was a great experience. My host and my team were very helpful and flexible. They gave me constructive feedback and helped me improve and acquire new skills in software development.
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Mountain View, CA, USA

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Worked on Google Research doing machine learning on my own project. Learned a ton and the team was really smart, I was playing catch-up the whole term. Culture is great, so even though I was the youngest person in the room by about 25 years we all go along great and imo Google does literally everything to make working there perfect. I'd highly recommend joining a club, as bjj during lunch was a lot of fun. I think the well-known perks are overrated (food, laundry) and the biggest perk is the communities inside Google that are super friendly and inviting. Didn't have that many intern events but I was also not there in the summer, so go in the summer if you can!
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Worked here in 2B. Mileage will vary depending on the team. Worked on the cryptography team. I was the only non-PHD. I love cryptography
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I worked there during Summer 2016. The company doesn't provide corporate housing, so interns have to find their own, but there is an extensive shuttle network and they also provide a bike for the duration of the internship.
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Software Engineer

Waterloo, ON, Canada

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Interned while this was still at the old office location in the Tannery. The facilities back then were great, so I'm sure the new office is amazing. This was my first taste at the "tech life" i.e. free food, and I'm pretty sure I gained at least 5 lbs by the end. In addition to salary, you get a housing and transportation stipend. As for work, the project I was on ended up being high priority for launch in that quarter, and so it was a great experience to work with a bunch of other engineers on the team and to launch it to real users in the end. Everybody is super smart and super friendly - a great internship experience overall.
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At Google, you can be extremely productive because everything actually "works" as intended. It's true that the impact is diluted at such a big company, but on the bright side, it's extremely flexible to switch to a team that interests you.
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Irvine, CA, USA

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Interned during the summer of 2017. I was on the Google Help/Feedback mobile team (iOS) and had two semi-independent projects throughout my term, both of them fully launched! I also got to do a large amount of backend development despite being hired as an iOS developer. The office culture was very laid back, and my host/team was very helpful during the entire internship. Not included in the salary is a $9000 relocation bonus at the start of the internship.
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San Francisco, CA, USA

$8,500
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Pros: - Great mentorship and work-life balance. - Flexible hours and work from home policy - Treated as full time member of team, with an equal say in team decisions - Teams have a very large amount of autonomy, supporting different working styles. Some teams are very autonomous, while others rely heavily on pairing. Many teams are split across offices. - Interns can lead Failure Friday, and motivated interns can go on-call for their team - Functional programming is applied very widely; Many teams have most of their code in either Elixir or Scala, with only legacy code in Ruby - Free lunch - The people are very accommodating to different backgrounds and lifestyles. [Daddy|Mommy]Duty, for example, is a common term for when you adjust your… Show More
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With some of the best mentorship and support I've ever experienced at any company, it's difficult to overstate how positive my experience was at PagerDuty. I can't think of anything you'd want in a job that it doesn't provide: 1. Work life balance: The office is empty by 6pm, and I was actually discouraged from working more than 8 hours. 2. Quality of work: PagerDuty tackles some very interesting problems and as a devops company, the way it handles its infrastructure is absolutely superb; even the most seasoned developers will learn a lot from their solutions. 3. Co-workers: It's not unprecedented for a successful company located in SV to have so many intelligent engineers. However, the way it stands out from most other companies in… Show More
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Software Engineering Intern

Toronto, ON, Canada

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Worked there a few terms ago, the experience was great and I joined a team doing something that I had previously no experience in, so I definitely learned a lot and grew as a developer. The work was pretty great but the team was doing some not so interesting things when I joined so I didn't really get to do a lot of what I wanted which is fine since what I did was interesting as well in it's own rights I guess. The free lunch is dope, we get awesome food from great restaurants in TO everyday and work life balance is a blessing too, with no one expecting you to stay back too much or go out of your way to do anything. The company events, culture and perks are all really awesome, we have intern events, DnD nights etc. and it's a really… Show More
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