What are the most important subjects of computer science is required to solve not only problems in programming questions at Google but of world like real situations.
In the technical interview @ Google, what CS core subjects they ask and does they focus on programming language like C, JAVA, PYTHON etc or just problem solving skills basically algorithms?, if yes which language for beginners is most preferred and easy to implement the solutions of a given problem like me? Does they ask some physics questions to solve the problems? Do I have to refresh my physics concepts?
What are the skills that we should have in our resume ( a non IITians) so that we can get a call from Google or any product based companies.
I learnt that diversity is in the DNA of Google, so does they prefer a non CS background person like me (ECE) to get a call for interview or an Internship ?
What are the certifications required like Cloud( AWS), ML, CCNA, or Google certifications like IT Tech support from Coursera, etc to make a strong resume so that the recruiter will at least look into our resume, does the certifications courses in NPTEL or Courscera or EDX recognized by Google helps?
What are the different and best ways to get a call from Google like Google.career.com, or by employee reference, via competitive programming contest like CODE JAM or HACKATHONS?
Does a Git Hub account, projects and contribution to open source is helpful if Yes, then which open source we must chose and how to contribute in GIT-HUB, if we are beginners What is the prerequisite to contribute at GIT-HUB ?
What are the recent technologies/ languages/ subjects we need to know to get notified @Google.
Apart from Technical?
I heard that apart from the Technical knowledge we must have Googliness inside us like proved (Collaborations, taking roles and responsibilities, leadership qualities and others) so what you suggest we need to do to enhance these qualities and how to do it so that it can be an added advantage in our resume?
Does having worked for Google as a vendor and already knowing the Google culture and COC( code of conduct ) and knowing almost all the Google products like Adwords, Adsense, Google wallet, Waymo, Youtube Google Hardware etc and internal operations will be an added advantage for me?
Does publishing some papers and presenting the papers at conference at renowned body like IEEE or Elviser or spring will be an added advantage? If YES then how many how many I need to publish? And does making a good project which is done by very few like Computer vision or open CV will help me to get recognized?
Does internships in the competitor companies like Microsoft, Amazon or Apple helps, if YES how to get an internships? And does they give more preference to the brand value of the college like IITs or the qualities of the person is paramount?
Does starting up our own tech-startups ( Part-time) helps or attached to any organizations/ community like Google developers, or answering questions @Quora, or setting up our own Youtube Channel helps?, what are the organizations.
I am 2015 Passout and have less knowledge in CS but passionate about technology and strongly believe that information technology and Computer science can leads to solve great problems, as information is very important to get the ideas, ideas leads to critical thinking and at last leads to solve the great unsolved problems like P/NP etc.