as sysop, first of all you have to keep and respect the trust the customer (company/boss) has given you… secondly, never be so stupid of use your privileges on the user data to gather personal self esteem, money or anything else… like this idiot (he just wanted to show off he could do it)
+ + +
saranno anche fighi ma hanno raggiunto il mio limite di sopportazione…
…they might be the best company ever… but they have no respect for candidates
Subject: Re: Hi Guido
From: Guido Serra
Date: Tue, 27 Jul 2010 14:24:14 +0200
Cc: Marcus XXXXXXX
To: Ganapathy XXXXXXX
I’m really interested, yes.
But I’d like to know in advance what will be the HR process.
I’ve already been 5 times in your process… it is a great opportunity you are giving me, but I won’t like to get through 4 phone calls and 4 interview onsite again and again and again…
I added in Cc: Marcus XXXXXXX, from HR for the SRE’s… he knows what I’m talking about.
May I consider upfront what you are going to propose to me? (location/role/salary)
On Jul 27, 2010, at 2:11 PM, Ganapathy XXXXXXX via LinkedIn wrote:
> Ganapathy XXXXXXXX has sent you a message.
> Date: 7/27/2010
> Subject: Hi Guido
> Hi Guido,
> Hope this mail finds you in good.
> I found your details online while researching on LinkedIn.
> We are currently looking for engineering talent to work on design and develop systems to run Google Search, Gmail, YouTube, Wave, Maps, Voice, App Engine, and more.
> You’ll have the opportunity to manage, automate, and make data-based decisions and judgment calls which influence globally distributed applications. You’ll own the production services which comprise *.google.com, and critical infrastructure like GFS, BigTable, MapReduce and large-scale ‘cloud computing’ clusters., also will be driving performance and reliability from software and infrastructure at massive scale — where dealing in petabytes and gigabits and shifting by orders of magnitude is routine
> Please let me know if you would be interested in having an exploratory conversation about opportunities with Google.
> Hope to hear from you soon, your one sentence in reply would be appreciated.
ADDED (4/8/2010) on Piaw’s Blog: Hiring Committee Stories …
I’ve been on the other side of the barrier 5 times… not 5 interviews, for 5 processes! (2 not passing the dummy hr guy reading the questions from a paper.. cause he/she was not able to formulate/argument properly the request)
I did 1 interview process till the end of it as IT Operations… than, the “hiring committee” decided that they did a wrong job description and they needed a project manager instead… which I’m at the time, but I was not asked for those info.
The 2 other interviews were as SRE… once I was dropped by an SRE interviewing me, and another time by an HR guy which missed the appointment and started arguing with me on the phone.
All the time, the kind of request I failed were the mnemonical ones. I do not care what is the default signal from kill, I use -9 or -1 and in case I look at “man”.
The hr process in Google… sucks.