Meta: What it’s Like Working at the Largest Social Network
Are you curious about the working environment at the largest social network in the world?
Meta, formerly Facebook owns a total of 94 companies including: Facebook, Instagram, Oculus VR, WhatsApp and more!
Facebook is where many early stage engineers got their start, whether in software development, front end engineering or data science. Facebook is home to thousands of engineers around the world!
In this session hosted by the team at Meta, you’ll learn what it’s like to work for one of the most well known companies in the world. You’ll get insights on the day to day work for each of the employees, you’ll learn about career paths, job opportunities, internships and the best and most challenging parts of the job.
📆 Here’s a breakdown of the schedule:
✨ Company culture overview [ 5-10 minutes ]
✨ Job application process, interview process and tips, CV and resume best practices [ 10-15 minutes ]
✨ Software engineering panel discussion [ 20-30 minutes ]
✨ Live Q&A [ 20-30 minutes ]
About the Speakers:
Diana Andonie - Software Engineer Diana studied Computer Science with Artificial Intelligence at the University of Southampton. Diana completed an internship with Meta before joining the London office as a Software Engineer graduate.
Gijs Weterings - Front End Engineer Gijs studied Computer Science at Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands, Gijs completed an internship at Meta before joining the London office as a Software Engineer. He has since moved teams within the company and is now working as a Front End Engineer
Parul Upadhyay - Software Engineer Parul studied a Bachelor of Technology, Computer Science at the College of Engineering Pune in India. She began her career working as a Software Engineer at Mastercard and Visa before relocating to London and joining Meta
Naomi Fearnett - University Recruiter Naomi is a University Recruiter at Meta responsible for hiring Software Engineering roles into the London office.
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