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Do you have room for some new books on your bookshelf? Check out The Ultimate Women in Science Reading List by Dale Debacksy!
Here are a few of Dale’s recommendations:
#78. Grace Hopper and the Invention of the Information Age. Kurt W. Beyer, 2012
#82. Hypatia of Alexandria: Mathematician and Martyr. Michael A.B. Deakin, 2007
I like this book not only as a look at the people who fought to preserve the mathematics of classical antiquity against the encroaching darkness of religious fanaticism, but also because in the appendices Deakin has reproduced the only original sources we have as to how precisely Hypatia died.
#57. Rosalind Franklin: The Dark Lady of DNA. Brenda Maddox, 2002
Is it my favorite book ever about any woman scientist? It is. Poignant and scientifically thorough, it’s a book I’ll come back to every five years and find new things to enjoy. If you get just one book on this list, it should be this one.
#50. A Passion for Space: Adventures of a Pioneering Female NASA Flight Controller. Marianne J. Dyson, 2016
Another book that is hard to find, but as a portrait of what it was like to be a NASA flight controller in the years when NASA was just figuring out what its policy about women was it is indispensable in the history of gender in science and space exploration.
#33. Lady With a Spear. Eugenie Clark, 1951
This is one of those foundational books in the history of women in science. So many modern marine biologists cite it as a profound influence on them, and their ability to imagine themselves as scientists, and its sense of wonder and awe are still plainly there for those who seek it.
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Are you passionate about doing great work? Do you have unique perspectives that could help us become a better team? Do you want to enjoy coming into work every day? Then you might be a great fit for the summer internship on HubSpot’s Marketing Team!
HubSpot puts customers at the forefront of everything we do. The work that our marketing team does has a dramatic impact on the lives of our customers around the globe; and our interns have the opportunity to have the same significant impact. Specifically, you’ll have the chance to join one of our primary marketing groups as a key contributor for the summer. Successful candidates are analytical, creative, passionate, intellectually curious and have a hunger for growth.
This internship runs June-August 2020 as a full-time, paid position in our Cambridge, MA office headquarters.
Final Application Deadline: January 31, 2020
This internship is your opportunity to explore the life of a marketer at HubSpot. In fact, our best interns never consider themselves as “interns” at all! We want independent thinkers who are prepared to take on serious responsibilities. This internship is a major learning experience on the ins-and-outs of a high-growth company and provide the knowledge and well-rounded skill set that you’d need in a future full-time role.
As an intern, you will join one of our marketing groups as an individual contributor AND work collaboratively with other interns across the Marketing team on a business project. What type of work might you do? Check out our dynamic marketing teams below:
- Global Go-To-Market Team – We execute on global marketing campaigns and analyze the results to determine effectiveness and success. Made up of a number of different teams, we think about how to strategically move metrics like usage and revenue. You would learn how a flywheel business works and how and why customers fuel a flywheel company, and how to run targeted marketing campaigns to customers and agency partners alike. This is also the team where we’re transforming the HubSpot business to become a platform based company.
- Brand & Editorial Team – Made up of our Editorial, Product Marketing, Creative and Academy teams, we help inform the world about HubSpot through editorial channels and product education. We work on content creation and analysis to prep product launches for both external audiences (prospects, analysts) and internally to fellow HubSpotters (sales, customer success, support).
- Acquisition Team – We think about acquiring new customers through various channels and running experiments to maximize effectiveness for each distribution channel. “How can we grow our audience through strategic lead generation initiatives?”, for instance.
- INBOUND Team – We own the planning and execution for our annual INBOUND event. Each year INBOUND celebrates the helpful, human side of doing business, bringing together thousands (24k+ in 2019) of the world’s leading business-minded professionals for a week of learning, inspiration and networking.
So … what might you do during an internship at HubSpot? We discover that fit during the interview process. We’ll ask you questions to get a sense for your current skills and interests. From there we’ll match your superpowers with the team where we think you will excel and learn the most at HubSpot.
Additionally, throughout the summer, we’ll offer:
- Executive Lunch & Learns
- Mystery Dinners
- Intern Outings
- Personal Mentorship
- INBOUND2020 Attendance
- Access to HubSpot perks including: on-site gym, smoothie bar, coffee barista, and more!
Individuals that are interested in full time opportunities within HubSpot’s Marketing team following their internship are able to be evaluated for the team’s entry level role, Leadership Rotational Program.
Curious if you’re a fit? Here are some of the skill sets that some of our teams look for:
- Marketing excites you and you want to learn more.
- You love to write.
- You are analytical and have a thing for data.
- You are ambitious and you work hard.
- You are detail-oriented and quadruple check your work.
- You are a do-er who loves fast-paced environments.
- You have HEART*.
- You bring well rounded & diverse knowledge and experience to the table.
- Commitment to growing your leadership skills.
- Currently enrolled undergraduate student, through August 2020.
- Thoughtfully written cover letter including links to your social media
- Full-time availability in Cambridge, MA from June to August 2020
Are you passionate about doing great work? Do you have unique perspectives that could help us become a better team? Do you want to enjoy coming into work every day? Then you might be a great fit for the summer internship on HubSpot’s People Operations team.
HubSpot’s People Operations team mission is to attract and empower people to do their best work and help HubSpot grow better. As a summer intern, you’ll have the chance to join one of our primary People Operations groups as a key contributor. Successful candidates are analytical, creative, passionate, and intellectually curious.
This internship runs June-August 2020 as a full-time, paid position in Cambridge, MA.
Application Deadline: February 3, 2020
This internship is an opportunity to gain exposure to the many facets of a People Operations team in a high-growth technology company. We are looking for independent thinkers who are prepared to take on serious responsibilities to join teams across People Ops. This internship will be a major learning experience filled with professional development, community and problem solving.
As an intern, you will join one of our people operations groups as an individual contributor and have the chance to work on various projects. What type of work might you do?
- Check out our dynamic People Operations teams below:
- Culture – Our culture team aspires to attract, grow and delight remarkable HubSpotters and give them a global experience that is inclusive, inspiring, and insanely fun. Includes both our Diversity, Inclusion & Belonging and Employer Branding teams.
- Learning & Development– Our Learning & Development team develops scalable and remarkable solutions for HubSpotters to learn and grow. They are responsible for designing and facilitating our new hire onboarding, product training, role specific training, and professional development.
- Recruiting– The recruitment team attracts a diverse and high-performing team to HubSpot by providing a remarkable and inclusive candidate experience.
- Core Human Resources – The Core HR team consists of our benefits, compensation, HR Generalists and HR Business Partners. The team is focused on providing HubSpotters throughout the globe the resources and support they need to thrive.
- Recruiting Operations– The Recruitment operations team creates trainings, tools, and processes to enable a global team of recruiters to do their best work. The team uses global communications and data analytics to enable HubSpot to attract top talent. So … what might you do during an internship at HubSpot? We discover that during the interview process, we’ll ask you questions to get a sense for your current skills and interests. From there we’ll match your super powers with the team where we think you will excel and learn the most at HubSpot.
Curious if you’re a fit? Here are some of the skill sets that some of our teams look for:
- People Operations excites you and you want to learn more.
- You love to creatively solve problems
- You’re analytical and have a thing for numbers.
- You’re ambitious and you work hard.
- You are detail-oriented and quadruple check your work.
- You are a do-er who loves fast-paced environments.
- You have strong written and verbal communication skills.
- You care about growing the culture and people within a company.
- Currently enrolled undergraduate student
- Thoughtfully written cover letter including what you are hoping to learn from an experience in People Operations
- Full-time availability in Cambridge, MA for June-August 2020
Important to note: Applications will close on February 3rd at 5pm. All final round interviews will be held on February 27 & 28th, if you are hoping to be considered for this internship please hold these dates.
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Machine Learning is critical part of Adobe’s Cloud offering. Adobe Clouds enable customers to create & manage digital content, such as assets, composites, 3D, documents etc., and digital experience and transformations. In Creative Cloud, Creative professionals and novice users alike need to manage lifecycle of their digital assets, libraries, the variety of creative content, and documents they work with every day, from brushes to colors, images, photos, videos, 3D and beyond. We are building new machine learning platform, called Adobe Sensei, that powers machine learning and AI across Adobe Cloud product lines by enabling the world’s best creative tools, leading cloud services for managing digital assets and digital experiences and the leading marketplace such as Adobe Stock and Adobe Behance. This platform will cater to thousands of applied researchers, millions of users, and billions of content pieces.
Become part of this growing team at Adobe and a phenomenal impact in the area of computer vision, user understanding, language understanding, and digital experience optimization. The objective is to make machine learning offerings a world class, leading edge, differentiating product in Adobe Cloud ecosystem. We match the pace, innovation and excitement of a startup, backed by the resources and infrastructure of Adobe!
- Explore and research new and emerging ML technologies and bring them to Sensei platform.
- Work closely with data scientists and ML engineers to develop general purpose ML engines.
- Design and develop Runtimes and SDK for emerging ML technologies.
- Build and develop performant, maintainable, and scalable features across complete ML pipeline
- BS or MS in Computer Science, Math or related field
- Understanding of state-of-the-art Machine Learning techniques, Deep Learning, Recommendations and Computer Vision
- Experience in some machine learning frameworks – Scikit, MLPack, TF, SparkMLib, Caffe, …
- Fluent in Python, Java and/or C++
- Proficient at interpersonal and communication skills
- Experience in scaling machine learning algorithms, and hyper-parameter optimization strategies
- Have shipped production quality code
- Demonstrated experience working cross-functionally to deliver results
- Exhibits excellent team work
- Thinks strategically, but stays on top of tactical execution
- Expects and requires innovation
Adobe’s EP (Emerging Product Group) team is seeking a Research Intern to join our product team here at HQ in San Jose, California.
This is a team that explores next-generation product opportunities empowered by artificial intelligence (AI), computer vision, computational photography, and augment reality (AR). This is the team that has produced mobile products like Adobe Photoshop Camera, and Adobe Photoshop Fix & Mix.
If you are passionate about mobile photography, AI, and AR, this is your opportunity to work with a truly great team on some really exciting projects.
What you’ll do
- Our team works like a startup inside Adobe, making this is a unique “best of both worlds” opportunity. If you’d love the flexibility and personal impact of joining an exciting startup but also dream of having the deep resources, cool perks and global launch stage that only an industry leader like Adobe can offer, this is where you belong.
- You’ll have strong input on the direction of this new product category while working directly with the experienced startup entrepreneurs leading this project.
- Research and Develop AI/AR capabilities.
- Develop, implement, test, deploy, and support our mobile app on Android and/or iOS.
- Collaborate with our designers, product managers, researchers and visual effects engineers.
- Make an impact while building a rewarding career at a new growing division within Adobe
What you need to succeed
- Graduate student (either M.S. or Ph.D.)
- Strong programming skills (such as C/C++ and Python)
- Strong prototyping skills and interests to explore new technical ideas
- Experience with deep learning tools (e.g. PyTorch, Tensorflow, Caffe, and etc.)
- Experience with deep learning applications
The Cloud Technology organization builds platform and client services that are foundational building blocks for many other Adobe products and services. Areas of focus include: identity, security, cloud storage, e-commerce, workflow management synchronization, customer facing web apps, scalability, infrastructure management and search, just to name a few. Our mission is to build highly scalable, highly available and highly resilient services that fulfill the business objectives of Adobe.
The Reliability Engineering team within Cloud Technology Organization has an exciting and challenging mission: Build, deploy, operate, scale and maintain cloud platforms for customer facing Adobe SaaS solutions used by billions of users worldwide. Adobe needs a Site Reliability Engineer (SRE) who knows how to balance going fast and going big with operating safely. Our mission is to progress, protect, and provide for the software and systems behind all Adobe’s cloud services with an ever-watchful eye on their availability, latency, performance, and capacity. SRE is a mindset of engineering approaches which focuses on building the highly reliable systems and eliminate work through automation.
Areas of Responsibility
- Define service level objectives (SLOs) and service level indicators (SLIs) to represent and measure service quality
- Improve service resiliency through techniques such as chaos engineering, performance/load testing, EDA (Event Driven Automation), RPA (Robotic Process Automation), AI/ML techniques etc.
- Automate common, repeatable tasks at large scale to streamline operational procedures
- Troubleshoot performance and stability issues using a wide variety of tools
- Cross-train with other global team members
- Embrace the Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) mindset
What you will bring
- Strong knowledge of operating systems, algorithms and software engineering (SDLC) practices
- Good knowledge of Cloud Computing Concepts and experience working on some projects on AWS, Azure or GCP
- Experience in one (and preferably more) of the following languages: C, C++, Java, Python, Go, Perl or Ruby
- Knowledge of AI/ML would be a plus
- Pursuing B.S. degree in Computer Science or related technical field
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- Physics or Chemist – Lithography Development Sustaining – Entry Level
- The Lithography Process Development group is looking for an engineer with extraordinary potential to take responsibility for off-shift Lithography operations. This Process Engineer reports into the Wafer Process Development Team, located at Seagate’s R&D site in Bloomington, MN.
- Engineer – Supplier Quality – Entry Level
- The Supplier Engineering organization works together with Design, Manufacturing, the Materials organization and our suppliers to ensure that components delivered to our factory allow us to produce products that lead the industry in performance and reliability.
- Engineer – Disk Drive Test Platforms – Entry Level
- The Test Platform Design group resides within the Recording Head Technology organization and is charged with specifying, staging, co-developing and qualifying next-generation test systems for recording head and hard disk drive development. Devices and systems under test include magnetic read/write heads and media, the tribology of the head/disk interface, and the adjacent parts of the recording subsystem including preamplifiers and read/write communications channels.
- Engineer – Firmware – Entry Level
- The team develops and maintains firmware for Reliability of our Disc Drive products. This includes Firmware features to data reliability and retention, head reliability, head disc interface reliability. Our products are manufactured for 5 year warranty and our team is responsible for supporting extended use under a wide variety of operating conditions. This role is critical in supporting teams across the organization to build highly optimized firmware designs for storage products.
Whether you’re trying to break into the world of product management or have been part of it for years, interviewing for a product manager role is hard. There’s no one right answer to any question because there’s no one right way to do product management. The skills and perspectives that would make you a great PM at one organization might not translate at others. But there’s one thing that is true across the board and that’s that preparation can make or break an interview.
Talking to some PMs on my team and interviewing PM candidates over the past few years, we’ve started to see a handful of themes that have made interviewees stand out. They’re not just bright, they’ve done their homework and know how to demonstrate their strategic thinking. So while product management at HubSpot is different than it is at other companies, these are universally valuable guidelines that I think can help candidates leave strong impressions anywhere.
1. Know the Product Well Enough to Critique It
Do your due diligence to research the company you’re interviewing with. If you can, use their product through a trial, watch a demo, and spend time exploring their website. We sometimes interview PM candidates who don’t have a clear understanding of what our software does even though all the information (like trials, free tools, videos, detailed product pages) is available to them. It’s not hard to do your homework, and if you want bonus points: Develop opinions on what you think works well and what could be better based on some of the key use cases you identify. Don’t get too stuck on UI and aesthetics but focus on jobs-to-be-done and flows.
2. Ground Your Strategic Thinking in an Example
Walking through an example is a great way for your interviewers to gauge how much experience you have, but more importantly, to see how you think. Consider the product problems you worked on in previous roles and how you prioritized, socialized and addressed them. Was it in a mature product or a brand new product? Does the example demonstrate your product vision or the ability to follow through and execute? If this is your first venture into product management, what was a side project you worked on that exercised those skills? Illustrate your skill set through the best example that helps interviewers picture you in the role.
3. Know Why You Like or Dislike Specific Products
One of the most popular questions companies ask PM candidates is to share a product you like or don’t like, and the reasons for that opinion. This isn’t about the specific product at all and it shouldn’t get personal. It should demonstrate your critical thinking and whether you can identify real problems. It will show that you are observant, have opinions, and are analytical in your evaluation of product management.
For example, one of my favorite tools is Duolingo because it’s goal- and persona-driven. It presents a staged approach to learning based on the user’s goal. Before you start using it, users have to self-identify as a type of learner – casual, serious or very ambitious – which personalizes their experience with the app. It helps users reach their goal but doesn’t make them feel guilty if they aren’t quickly collecting points. In this way, it’s a very guilt-free, easy and customized way to engage with the app while working toward a goal.
Look at the products and apps you use, your friends use, or that you read about and look at them from an objective product management view. Why is it valuable for users? Why isn’t it?
4. Show That You’re a Maker
Christopher O’Donnell, VP of Sales Products at HubSpot, has taught us to look for a maker when we interview PM candidates. What does this mean? Well, it’s exactly what it sounds like. Is the candidate a creator of things? These things could be hobbies like playing in a band, making jewelry, or writing a cooking blog. If a candidate spends their free time passionately, then they’ll probably carry that passion over to product development and could inspire those around them to create, too. If you have a hobby or side project that you’re passionate about, talk about it. Don’t worry about whether it’s relevant or quirky; you’d be surprised by some of the stories we’ve heard in interviews that made us realize a candidate has that critical piece of maker DNA.
5. Talk About Your Failures
The best product lessons are learned through making painful mistakes. That’s why Andy Pitre, one of our senior PMs, likes to hear candidates talk about times they fell short and what they learned from that experience. What was a time that you took too long to release something? When you didn’t talk to enough users? When you didn’t have the right data to make informed decisions? How did that affect what you were building? How have you changed your approach to avoid the same missteps now? Interviewers want to see that you can make mistakes gracefully and use them as a learning opportunity. So, be honest about what went wrong and how you’re using that lesson to improve today. In the wise words of Nelson Mandela, “The greatest glory in living lies not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall.”
6. Lean into Your Strength
PMs have different superpowers from technical knowledge to previous product management experience, to strong domain expertise or a solid understanding of the primary customer, to knowledge of the company culture. Angela DeFranco, a PM here, suggests carefully considering which strength you would bring to the table and lean on it. For example, you may not have a ton of technical background but you might know the customer persona really well which will give you an advantage over other candidates. Ultimately, you want to be able to earn the respect of your team with this superpower.
7. Be Curious in Your Questions
Strong PM candidates are generally good listeners and ask thought-provoking questions. Jeremy Crane, VP of Marketing Products at HubSpot, said “My favorite interviews are the ones where the conversation just flows as a series of questions and answers back and forth.” This usually happens because a candidate is curious and passionate, both critical product management skills. Jeremy added, “When interviewees have good questions, I consider that the measure of true curiosity.”
Don’t worry too much about googling which questions to ask before your interview. Instead, be engaged in the conversation and dig in when something piques your curiosity. At HubSpot, for example, a question like “How many product packages do you have?” is weak because this is information you could have found online. But the question “How do you decide how to package each product tier?” is more interesting because it will reveal a process, get the interviewee to think deeper, and spark discussion.
Asking good questions also demonstrates that you are actually using the interview as a learning opportunity. “If I feel like they are trying to learn something just sitting there with me versus just trying to get a job, I know they are truly interested in curiosity-driven learning,” added Jeremy.
These are just some of the things we like to hear in our interviews with potential PM hires. Do you have any specific questions that you’ve asked, or have been asked, and would recommend? Are there questions you aren’t sure how to answer? Let me know in the comments and I’m happy to help!
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