Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Google Job Openings for Java Developers, Bangalore

Job Description       
Company             : Google (http://www.google.com)
Skills Required     : Java/J2EE (or) c/c++
Experience           :1 Year
Work Location     :Bengaluru/Bangalore
Salary                  :As per Industry Standard
Industry              :IT Software, Software Services
Functional Area    : Application Programming, Maintenance
Role                     :Programming & Design
Minimum Qualification     
  • BS in Computer Science or related field (In lieu of degree, 4 years relevant work experience).
  • 1 year relevant industry work experience.
  • Experience programming in C/C++ and/or Java.
Preferred Qualifications     
  • Master's or PhD in Computer Science or related field.
  • Solid foundation in computer science, with strong competencies in data structures, algorithms and software design.
  • Experience with large systems software design and development, with extensive knowledge of UNIX/Linux.
  • Significant development software with strong knowledge of C/C++ and/or Java.
  • Coding skills in Python or Javascript/AJAX, database design and SQL, and/or knowledge of TCP/IP and network programming.
Company Profile  :
Google India Pvt.Ltd
http://www.google.com

Google began in March 1996 as a research project by Larry Page and Sergey Brin, Ph.D. students at Stanford working on the Stanford Digital Library Project (SDLP). The SDLP's goal was “to develop the enabling technologies for a single, integrated and universal digital library" and was funded through the National Science Foundation among other federal agencies.In search for a dissertation theme, Page considered—among other things—exploring the mathematical properties of the World Wide Web, understanding its link structure as a huge graph.His supervisor Terry Winograd encouraged him to pick this idea (which Page later recalled as "the best advice I ever got") and Page focused on the problem of finding out which web pages link to a given page, considering the number and nature of such backlinks to be valuable information about that page (with the role of citations in academic publishing in mind).In his research project, nicknamed "BackRub", he was soon joined by Sergey Brin, a fellow Stanford Ph.D. student supported by a National Science Foundation Graduate Fellowship.Brin was already a close friend, whom Page had first met in the summer of 1995 in a group of potential new students which Brin had volunteered to show around the campus.Page's web crawler began exploring the web in March 1996, setting out from Page's own Stanford home page as its only starting point.To convert the backlink data that it gathered into a measure of importance for a given web page, Brin and Page developed the PageRank algorithm.Analyzing BackRub's output—which, for a given URL, consisted of a list of backlinks ranked by importance—it occurred to them that a search engine based on PageRank would produce better results than existing techniques (existing search engines at the time essentially ranked results according to how many times the search term appeared on a page).
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