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Could Your Next Search Land You a Job at Google?

Friday Aug 28th 2015 by Developer.com Staff

The company may be secretly recruiting developers who search for certain terms.

Three months ago, Max Rosett, who was then pursuing a master's degree in computer science, Googled "python lambda function list comprehension." In addition to his search results, Rosett got a black box that said, "You’re speaking our language. Up for a challenge?"

Clicking through landed him on a page called "foo.bar" that offered him a series of programming challenges. After he solved six, he got a call from a Google recruiter. Two weeks later, he went to work at Google.

You can read his full story at the link below.

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