Software Engineering @ Google

Technical University of Munich
Thu, Feb 11, 6:00 PM (CET)

About this event

Google’s Motto is to build for everyone. This means that the things Google works on don't just reach millions (or billions) of users. they have a profound impact on people's lives. That’s why Google focuses a lot on the quality of their code. In this presentation, Myriam Anis, Software Engineer at Google, will be discussing some of the basic code review principles as well as highlighting some of the most important stages of writing code in Google. She will also be more than happy to answer any questions related to life at Google and how to apply. 


  • Myriam Anis

    Myriam Anis


    Software Engineer

    Myriam is a Software Engineer on the Manufacturing Center Team. In this role, she focuses on developing and testing web applications. Big part of her work is also related to understanding and expecting user needs and working in collaboration with UX researchers and product managers on designing new tools. Myriam has a Masters degree in Computer Science from Saarland University, Max Planck Resea...

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  • Organizers

  • Liangda Wang

    Liangda Wang

    GDSC Lead

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  • Florian Müller

    Florian Müller

    Lead @ DSC Munich

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  • Viviana Sutedjo

    Viviana Sutedjo

    DSC Munich Core team

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  • Andreas Zimmerer

    Andreas Zimmerer

    DSC Munich Core team

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  • Melanie Sammer

    Melanie Sammer

    DSC Munich Core team

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  • Daniel Bilic

    Daniel Bilic

    DSC Munich Core team

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  • Berzan Yildiz

    Berzan Yildiz

    DSC Munich Core team

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