__/ [ NullBock ] on Monday 15 May 2006 08:56 \__
>> Google opened or are opening some new 'branches' ("Googleplexes"
>> as they are called) in Dublin and Zurich. I don't know about the
>> In the past (when I was speaking to Google recruiters), I was under
>> the clear impression that skills of value include Debian Linux.
>> of this involved sysadmining at some back room. That's the aspect which
>> involves getting things to run, and run persistently.
> Thanks, Roy. I knew that Google were big open-sourcers using Linux.
> It also seems that they're fairly taken with Python...
Yes, definitely. Blame Brin for that...
> Are the Zurich/Dublin Googleplexes common knowledge? I'm still curious
> as to whether the secrecy surrounding the The Dalles campus is typical,
> or if its business-as-usual for Google?
Let's just say that the media never made a big fuss about it. However:
Some months ago I came across:
It's not mainstream media, but it's something. They were also said to open
some office in Manchester some months ago.
> Anyway, thanks for the info,
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