Anamaria Cotîrlea: de pe băncile facultăţii în echipa Google Play, Londra, UK

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Valoarea absolvenţilor Facultăţii de Matematică şi Informatică este recunoscută din ce în ce mai des şi pe plan internaţional, mulţi absolvenţi ai facultăţii noastre dezvoltându-şi cariera în companii de prestigiu din domeniu precum Google, Microsoft sau Facebook.

Cu mândrie, vă prezentăm o nouă poveste de succes: Anamaria Cotîrlea, absolventă a promoţiei 2016 a facultății noastre, în prezent full-time software engineer la Google. Anamaria a fost recent protagonista unei serii de articole în media internațională, munca ei fiind subiectul unor editoriale prezente în The Washington Post şi Google Student Blog (Google news and updates especially for students).

„Anamaria Cotîrlea is an intern at Google’s London office. According to a recent company blog, during her previous internship last summer she saved Google’s users 1.5 petabytes of data every single day. A petabyte is not something you feed to your dog when he obeys a command. A petabyte is 1.5 million gigabytes.

That’s right. While your intern was at the paper shredder all summer talking about “The Bachelor” and making happy hour plans, this young Romanian woman, who studied in the Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics at Babeș-Bolyai University, actually saved the company’s customers 1.5 million gigabytes of data… every day.”

Read the full article on The Washington Post website here.

„This month, the Google Play team in our London office was hyped to welcome back Anamaria Cotîrlea, a former intern who is now a full-time software engineer. She joins us from Romania, where she studied in the Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics at Babeș-Bolyai University. As a software engineer at Google, Anamaria will be building upon the incredible impact she made as an intern on the Play team this past summer,  when her work resulted in saving users an expected 1.5 petabytes (that’s 1.5 million gigabytes) of data each day.”

Read the full article on Google Student Blog here.

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