Photos showed me a bunch of "what you were doing 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 years ago." Lots of I/O activities and DevRel team activities, birthday activities, and bay to breakers. This is probably the chillest May I've had in 8 years.
And it being small now, means we have to grow it larger - so I just wanted to call out some of the open positions in the team. Let me know if you're interested in any of these, or know great people.
My small sub-team is looking for a senior mechanical engineer: https://www.google.com/about/careers/search#!t=jo&jid=68145001&
- you'd get to work with me! and be on a small project that's still prototyping and designing a lot
Other projects on the team are also looking for Product Managers, Software Engineers - both FE and BE, as well as a data analyst (MatLab/R is good to know). No external postings for these other than general SWE/PM pipelines, but let me know if you're interested and I can get you some more info.
On the investments team (they've signed $1.5+ billion in renewable energy projects) is looking for Deal Leads:
How much do you think USB Type C connections will fit in with the delivery of energy to the devices in our home?
I'm envisioning Tesla Powerwall type batteries feeding DC current into the walls with USB Type C sockets throughout the house to power everything up to 100 watts.
This, I think, is where the smarthome and smarthome devices can combine power & data with the wiring in the home.
And great job for teaching the president what compilers are! :D
Ranty, spoilery post below.
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