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  • Hi, everyone.

  • Welcome back to my channel.

  • In this video, I will tell you about a project that I worked on at Airbnb.

  • Please make sure your subscribe to this channel and stay tuned right now so that you know, we're at a secret spot.

  • It's called Cost Our Molino.

  • It's writing Saratoga Downtown, which is about an hour away, right in Silicon Valley from San Francisco, and Secret about it is that it's owned by a chef who has a Michelin star restaurant right across the street where apparently Apple has its board meetings.

  • And in that restaurant, the Michelin star one apparently a shot of what God costs, like $200 or something like that.

  • But if you don't want to pay that, you just go across the street to this possible spot.

  • Impossibly curious, like $50 on average.

  • It's really good.

  • So when I first started at Airbnb, that was in 2015 and I had one of my last inferences there.

  • I actually was working on the entry team because at the time when I was an intern, when I just learned to code, Andrew was my expertise because that's kind of how I started, I building on dried out.

  • So I joined their entry team and I told my imprint manager, So Intern manager is a person.

  • You know, The bad kind of supervises you through your in friendship or actually manages useful hearing.

  • You have an interim manager, and then you have, like, a real manager off the team.

  • But you're closer with the intern manager.

  • And I told him, Christian, those his name Christian, I really want to also learn the back and world besides just learning the android stuff.

  • Because, you know, as a person who doesn't have a degree in computer science or in software engineering, I just want to expend my horizons.

  • And I want to learn something else.

  • And honestly, guys like internships are an incredible opportunity to just learn a lot of stuff.

  • Lauren.

  • A lot of skills.

  • Be a part of the company, be a part of the team just in general, you know, understand what?

  • Like doing.

  • And speaking of which I'm going to be hosting and webinar on how to get internships at top tech companies, which I personally have a lot of experience with.

  • This Webinar will be launching on Yeah, like announcing it now, and it's gonna start on June 21st.

  • You should totally check it out at life of new but dot com slash internship.

  • There's gonna be a tano valuable information about how to kick start your career.

  • So I told Christian, you know, I want to learn something else besides 100 roll off the interim manager besides managing, you also make sure that you're successful in your internship.

  • You will learn something exciting to you, and different companies do differently.

  • But Airbnb was very flexible to, you know, cater my needs and interests, which was so amazing.

  • So I ended up working on this really big project that is actually still in the app, which is super exciting.

  • So, you know, at a company like Airbnb and other big companies, they always try to make sure that entrance do something that would actually be impactful by away.

  • Guys wanted to give you a sneak peek.

  • I might be building out a studio in the space here.

  • This is my boyfriend's new office, and, you know, we'll see if I actually end up doing it.

  • But I can just imagine, you know, Couch here is some cameras.

  • There may be some lights.

  • Microphone.

  • Perhaps I would build out in a podcast studio when I bring people on life Noble life show that just launched and you should check out.

  • Yeah, but I'm super pumped.

  • So nice here.

  • I've heard people from Google say interns from Google say that Oh, they worked on some small thing that was kind of scraped off after they finish their internship on.

  • Of course not to say that inference upset Google are bad or anything off course you like, Still learned a ton, but because it was such a big company, it's hard, You know?

  • Thio have what so many entrance give them all these projects that are actually gonna go to production immediately because it takes such a long time for it to actually going production.

  • So sorry, that was quite a ramble.

  • I'm sorry story.

  • I was lucky for him to cater to my needs.

  • So he gave me this project that was collaborative wishlist and collaborated.

  • Wish list was essentially, you know, the wish list and feature that there is there in air being viewer.

  • You can hard listings or hard experiences and they will be safe to your wish list.

  • So what this project was was making these wishlist collaborative.

  • So the whistles already existed.

  • And we wanted to make sure that you can add your friends, invite your friends to those wish lists and also have, like, upload and features.

  • They're you know, let's say you're going on a trip of your friends and you want to pick where you're gonna stay so that you and your friends can upload a bunch of listings that you like, so that you can actually decide where you want to stay.

  • And then people were able to comment on it also.

  • So that was an amazing project, because I got to build both the android part of it.

  • So how this collaborative wish list is gonna look like how people are gonna see it.

  • Like added other people.

  • Collaborators stood and I got a chance to build the AP.

  • I score it also, I was responsible for building old AP.

  • I swore this system.

  • I was working in a team off, I think four people.

  • So it was myself.

  • It was one Web engineer and to IOS engineers.

  • What was really cool is that I was the only person building that back and system that supported all these other engineers.

  • So I was like a full on, you know, part of the team of full time employees.

  • I was the only intern on deposits and I felt really empowered.

  • I felt like I had, you know, I had this project that was super impactful.

  • That's gonna lunch a lot of people.

  • The other thing is that they actually announced it at this, like, annual announcement events, and they're being view that collaborative wish list was a thing.

  • So I was really proud of that.

  • You know, I got Thio build the back and for it and build the end for its side for it.

  • That was just really cool.

  • And that again, you know, speaks to the fact that even as an interim, you could have a lot of impact.

  • And you can create something that is gonna be used by in this case, actually, like, useful for billions of people.

  • And that's why I'm such a huge advocate for student for people doing internships.

  • And that's again why I'm lunching this webinar life of you dot com slash internship.

  • So, yeah, that was the project that that was like my first ever projects at Airbnb.

  • And for those of you already know me and my channel, I ended up going to air being beautiful time after that internship.

  • Because inferences are also amazing opportunity to get a full time job afterwards.

  • Yeah, check out the Airbnb up.

  • I guess this video is not sponsored by Air B.

  • V And check out the collaborative whistling that I actually built, like, four years ago.

  • Yeah, that's, uh that's my story.

  • Thank you so much for watching guys.

  • I hope you enjoyed this video.

  • Don't forget to give it a life on a subscriber.

  • As always, there's gonna be a more stories, more personal content, more content about attack.

  • And I also just launched my life of noble life.

  • Siri's interviewing people.

  • So, yeah, I hope you like Ted.

  • Hope you have a wonderful, wonderful rest of the day.

Hi, everyone.

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Airbnbで働いたこと (What I Worked On At Airbnb)

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    林宜悉 に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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