Placeholder Image

字幕表 動画を再生する

  • Hey, guys, welcome back to my channel.

  • In this video, you're gonna get some insights about working at Google and get in a job there about starting a company and much, much more.

  • So please stay tuned.

  • Today I have a very special guest.

  • Richard Lu, Richard, It's so exciting to be talking to you, and I'm sure my audience can learn a ton from you.

  • Everybody.

  • Richard has been worth an enviable for eight years and most recently was the head of engineering off project by Project Guys, Google's mobile phone plant.

  • But now Richard has his own company.

  • Leap A.

  • I leap a Iot, revolutionizes recruiting and uses a eye for faster and better job search.

  • I'm going to ask Richard a serious of questions on his work at Google because he's been a Google for a long, long time and get some insights from him on how to get a job there.

  • I'm also going to talk to him about his recent company, Leap a why he decided to make a league who is a dream for a lot of people, and it's a dream job for a lot of people in my audience is well, what are the top three things that you wouldn't advice.

  • Software, engineering applicants that want to get a job at Google.

  • Let's start with the most obvious one.

  • You need to get a familiar with data structure on algorithms.

  • Believe a lot we talk about, you know, complexity into your life at Google.

  • Cracking the code.

  • An interview?

  • Yeah, indeedy, you got to do that.

  • So you needed to get prepared for that.

  • I know.

  • So, you know, they ask you to write code on the board.

  • So you needed to practice night in cold use on a piece of paper on a board because he is different from writing that I d off.

  • Yeah.

  • So that's number one number to you.

  • But in the interview, what's the cure?

  • More.

  • You saw how you think.

  • Then they write solution.

  • Most people know about it.

  • The full Grissom gave it a solution.

  • Right?

  • But without explaining their sort process, the real things that the interviewers New Year to care about.

  • How you think so maybe.

  • Sure.

  • You explain how you think on then that will help you quite a bit.

  • Last but not least, make sure you ask smart questions.

  • Okay, so a lot of people you know, a lot of people get in because they did not ask questions or their Christian were so naive.

  • What is a naive question?

  • You can get an answer from Google over under new cooker.

  • Why do you wish to the time with the interviewer?

  • Ask some.

  • Do your insightful Christian about the product that is the interviewer is working up.

  • If I know what you are working out, I ask you something we need to the space that you work up.

  • Then you would say, Oh, yeah, Richard does have some good insights.

  • I have a question with respect to programming languages, what would you say is the best program in language for someone who is applying for a job at Google to learn So Eun Google's most popular languages are Java super spas, and PETA on a gold nine is also pick up.

  • If you know, one of this were just stay with it.

  • I leading into re aware because you if you don't use anyone off this, you use another language.

  • That's okay.

  • Yeah, the interviews, they usually are not more accommodating.

  • Richard, you had a hugely successful career, Google.

  • You were there for eight years and were a hat of engineering for multiple products at Google, which is huge.

  • What was your proudest moment while you were there?

  • Problem this moment I would have to go to a T j f.

  • I have done when I was in Google.

  • So TJ effusive.

  • Thanks.

  • God is Friday on business.

  • All hands meeting on you.

  • Got a chance to present it to the entire company about your product.

  • When we launch the project Fi, we are team for all of us.

  • Get chance to present the product to you The entire company.

  • You know what for Google products are a lot of times you eat much easier to get approval from outside.

  • That being said Gooners Gooners a very particular critic, good art critic, about products.

  • So when we presented the entire thing, people were so positive about whether we have done were so supportive about it about it.

  • I wasn't weird.

  • A prod for what is?

  • The team has a shift.

  • So that's what for the team said, 2nd 1 individual side by law, you guys probably know I have a heavy accent user.

  • I was very scaled back about this type of public speaking because that's not something good for me on then.

  • In that case, I actually, you know, I was challenged by my VP before that to say, Richard, you just got to step up.

  • You know, don't overwater about your accent.

  • You know, that's impact has this much.

  • But it's not us because you think so.

  • I stepping to do the presentation.

  • I actually feel pretty good.

  • Que me pounds of confidence.

  • So you guys on the video, if used things, something you're not very good don't overly exaggerated.

  • Think the impact is this big?

  • Actually, only this big only you came walking into the other people.

  • So this is my personal story.

  • Why?

  • I think that wasn't really a problem, not only for the team, but also for myself.

  • Overcome something that I need to feel.

  • Probably amazing.

  • So you decided to leave Google and start your own company?

  • Why, indeed?

  • The Googles Amazing company it was.

  • It's generally would be very, very hard to need Google, but he might.

  • Here's actually it was not that hard and also made my point to myself before I retire.

  • I want to do in a start up so that I can try.

  • What's a life off without a big company as a backing?

  • So it's just met up time on after project.

  • If I success, I saw that it's the right time.

  • So, second, why is that that domain I'm new you're passionate about is beautiful career?

  • Giving a platform to help all the people in the world to beat their best with their career on that is different is something Google is very good helping individual in the company's career development.

  • But I want to see kind of get a pratfall for everyone, for everyone in the world.

  • And that's not something Google would be interested.

  • So that's why very natural for me to start a new company.

  • So, Richard, how did you come up with the idea for a leap?

  • A I and what is its vision?

  • That's a great question.

  • Why I was in Google.

  • I was your passion about happy many people's career development.

  • On the foreign dip today, I I saw why don't we put a general platform toe, allow many people to be benefit of my platform with their career planning, even if man on, but never to do that job search today she make the super easy?

  • Okay, we want to be a teach the career companion.

  • Help everybody to be at their best press.

  • Looks like you guys decided to start with recruiting.

  • Why did you decide to tackle this problem?

  • And how are you guys used in a ice for it?

  • I like the point you said start him anarchists.

  • We want to be your lifetime career companion.

  • But we also heard of that every professional care about getting the right job in terms of a I what a I being used.

  • So the nearly the question we're trying to answer is that for the user on based on your experience, your passion, your strength on what your your idea or four and we want figure out stir right jobs for you will not only tell you which jobs on right for you.

  • But it wasn't till your reason why Nova you should think about this company, this company, because we feel so confident about our matches.

  • We endorse you, tow our partners so that you don't have to spend it handle finding referrals because our referrals actually is very, very strong.

  • 70% off the applications goes for us get interviews, which is flaw for higher that any other people.

  • That sounds amazing.

  • I do have one full of question, though.

  • You mentioned matches, but some of the partner companies that you guys have only pre I are very, very selective.

  • Cos So what if I don't get any matches?

  • What happens then?

  • Actual Avary started, indeed, was signed with more than 100 companies.

  • That's pretty amazing for a start up, but that means to steal only 100 companies on did not go defeat for everybody.

  • So some of our users indeed don't have matches on recent.

  • The good news is, and recently we expand.

  • Our offering will not only do this intended and matches, but also we build a smart job board would get all the tech jobs.

  • So from all of the companies from a large and tech companies Google, Facebook with the unicorns to the baby Unicorns to the earliest stages startups.

  • We have more than 170 jobs on the site.

  • Then you can come in to search bras on a pact on.

  • So that's one thing that we we offer toe everybody.

  • You're doing so many amazing things.

  • Thank you So much for elaborating on your career journey A and on Lee P I when you're a little kid.

  • Well, when you were back in university, have you ever imagine that you're gonna be working for the biggest search engine in the world's one of the biggest, the coolest tech companies in the world and eventually starting your own tech companies That is helping people all over the world finding jobs here in Silicon Valley?

  • Well, I was a kid.

  • I came from China, so solve problems.

  • I grew up in the countryside and beer that we speak mountains on.

  • You can tell my age.

  • At that time, China was very poor.

  • Well, I want he's just full on wise.

  • I'm going to carnage.

  • He wasjust a really natural thinking because not too many people.

  • You, my in my village winter carnage on.

  • And then, you know, I just continue for myself.

  • I just say, OK, I want to be the best that I can be.

  • I just keep on, you know, going started hard and got into a very good school and then need Hunt got into Ching Hai in China.

  • That's the best.

  • The screen China.

  • I don't think I ever said myself with a particular very, very high.

  • Go with a knife Time go.

  • Always to say at this moment I tried to do my best on for the foreseeable future.

  • Here's a go on that work hard.

  • If I'd I saw everything here.

  • That's what she is.

  • I can't do we more than what I saw.

  • I can't do The knife is just graduated me toe higher on the higher challenges.

  • So I'm very, very prettiest today.

  • I'm taking this new challenge Beauty you teach the career companion for everybody in the world.

  • While that such an amazing story, I think I hope that your story and your journey's gonna inspire a lot of people.

  • And I personally, I'm really excited to see where a leaping I goes and how its gonna revolutionize the recruiting industry.

  • If you guys want to check out, we pay.

  • I'm gonna leave the length down below.

  • And if you use my link and you end up getting a job on the platform on Lee P I, you will get $1000 bonus on top of the job offer that you will get there.

  • So please make sure to check it out.

  • Thank you so much for tuning in today.

  • I hope you enjoyed the video.

  • So please don't forget Thio like and subscribe.

  • And make sure you put the notification button on so that you know what you content is coming out and I will see you guys very soon.

  • I hope you have a great rest of the week.

  • Make sure to check out Leaf.

  • Aye, aye.

  • And bye for now.

Hey, guys, welcome back to my channel.

字幕と単語

動画の操作 ここで「動画」の調整と「字幕」の表示を設定することができます

A2 初級

Googleで働き、会社を立ち上げる (Working At Google And Starting A Company)

  • 0 1
    林宜悉 に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
動画の中の単語