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  • So I worked at Google him on show as a software developer, a slash software engineer for a little over a year.

  • But my measure on my university wasn't computer size or computer engineering.

  • It was statistics.

  • So how was I able to get this job without a computer science degree?

  • I'm going to explain the process.

  • I personally used step by step.

  • So here I present the six steps I personally used for getting a job at Google as a software engineer.

  • Step one.

  • I took a few programming courses during my summer break, and that gave me enough technical basis to start learning on my own.

  • After that, these courses were on program basics on data structures on algorithms, and they were taught using java.

  • Step two.

  • I worked on a few personal projects.

  • First of all, I used the website called Project Oiler to work on my programming fundamentals.

  • Then my first real personal project after that was going to be like the reddit of Japan because nothing like read it existed in Japan at the time.

  • So I built a simple prototype using a language called Ruby, and he worked.

  • But in the end I was actually too afraid to release it.

  • Maybe I was too shy, but still, I enjoy the process a lot, and I enjoyed learning a new programming language on my own, too.

  • Step Three, thanks to my personal project, I eventually landed my first technical internship us at a tiny, tiny startup in Tokyo, and it was as a software engineer intern.

  • I think I was able to get that job partly because I had demonstrated without read It in Japan Project that I was able to build stuff with Ruby on something called Rubio.

  • Rails on Step Forth again Maur experience in the tech industry with a fume or intercepts, this time actually a Microsoft.

  • These internships were in something called their size on product management.

  • As I explained in the previous video, I was able to get these internships thanks to the combination off my statistics.

  • Back on my first technical internship as a software engineer on a few more personal project I worked on after the one I mentioned earlier, Step five, I prepared myself for software engineer interviews.

  • I use resource is like cracking the quoting interview on lead code.

  • I'm going to put links to those resource is below in case you're interested.

  • But I found that the most helpful thing I did by far for preparing for software engineer interviews was doing mock interviews with my friends.

  • Practicing with my friends was a really good practice for me, so I'd be less nervous in the actual interview on.

  • Actually, when I gave Mark interviews to my friends as if I'm the interviewer, that was really helpful to giving.

  • A mock interview to my friends helped me understand what it feels like to be in the interviewer shoes, and I think it's really, really important.

  • And this is a point that's often overlooked.

  • The reason why it's so important is because at the end of the day, your job interview, whether it's technical or non technical, it's just a form of a complication.

  • And just like in any other form of communication, it's crucial that you understand the other person's perspective in this case, the interiors perspective, not just yours.

  • On Step six, I applied, and actually I kept applying.

  • As I mentioned in the previous video, I applied to Google at least five times over the course of two years or so, and then I had five super interviews for five different positions at Google, and I got rejected the 1st 4 times, so I only got through the last one.

  • But the 1st 4 interviews I did they're never gonna be on my resume.

  • So nobody really cares that I failed four times at this point.

  • All right, those are the six steps, But there's something else I wanna tell you whether you're applying for a job, trying to start a business or looking for a girlfriend or boyfriend.

  • When you go for something you really want.

  • This whole process can be really hard, and it's actually really discouraging for most people.

  • So it's almost inevitable for you to keep getting rejected by your potential employers or by your potential girlfriends or boyfriends.

  • And if you're trying to start a business, it's also very common for your business.

  • Idea is to keep failing one after another, but at the end of the day, nobody cares of other things that didn't work out.

  • None of those rejections are not gonna be on your resume it so nobody will care about them.

  • The only thing that matters is what you get in the end.

  • So if you're in the process like that right now.

  • If you're going for something you really want, maybe it's hard.

  • Maybe you get discouraged sometimes.

  • But keep going because eventually you get there if you don't give up, Okay?

  • That's all I have for this video.

  • If you want more videos like this, like this video on, subscribe for more.

  • And if you have any requests about what kind of videos I should make in the future, let me know in the comments section below as well on I'll see you in the next video.

So I worked at Google him on show as a software developer, a slash software engineer for a little over a year.

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