Google Tech Webcasts

Posted on August 17, 2006  Comments (5)

Google provides video webcasts of speakers (engineers, scientists, software programmers, professors…) that present at Google. These videos offer a great way to take part in one aspect of work at Googleplexs.

Recent additions include:

The rate at which they add excellent videos is amazing. You might find yourself wanting to work at Google.

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5 Responses to “Google Tech Webcasts”

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    August 25th, 2006 @ 8:07 am

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