Nvidia
Santa Clara, California
Nvidia manufactures integrated circuits for use in motherboard chip-sets, graphic processing units and game consoles.
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Android Shield Engineer

Austin, TX, USA

$5,120
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Really cool place to work if you enjoy gaming. Leans more towards the embedded systems design/ embedded programming.
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Camera Tools Developer

Santa Clara, CA, USA

$6,400
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Working on really cool and interesting software. Sometimes difficult to communicate with other coworkers as they live in different time zones.
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Grid Software Engineering

Austin, TX, USA

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The work was very interesting and my mentor was great! Make sure to be self-driven for this job since some coworkers are located across time-zones. I cannot give 5 stars for this job for the following reasons: - The Austin office doesn't have a lot of interns - The Austin office is 30 mins drive away from downtown Austin Austin does not have good public transit. If you want to have fun outside of work, buy/rent a car and be 21.
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Program Management Intern

Redmond, WA, USA

$7,100
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This was my second year as an intern. I started as part of the Explore Program, chose to come back as a PM and will be returning this upcoming summer for my 3rd internship. I know others have talked about unenthusiastic teams, bad mentors, and bad managers. I understand. My first summer, my manager was horrible, chastising my abilities and my work. I expressed my concerns with my mentor, and thankfully, she was able to help me. The CEO said "people don't quit companies, they quit teams", which struck a chord with me. I decided to return the next summer as part of a different team. (I also found out that summer that my previous manager had been moved down to the position of Individual Contributor) I was also able to connect with someone… Show More
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Software Development Engineer Intern

Redmond, WA, USA

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The Microsoft intern program is well-organized with lots of special intern events (eg game nights, Mariners games, hiking etc). You get lots of perks with your salary including subsidized corporate housing, gym membership, and lots of gifts/swag. Microsoft is large and fragmented, so your experience will depend a lot on your specific team and manager. Overall, the people are smart, the culture is laid back, and the company mood is optimistic. There is lots of interesting stuff going on at Microsoft, but 4 months is not enough to ramp up and fully take advantage of everything. Your internship will likely be project-based and you shouldn't expect your intern project to be something cutting-edge. Return offers are relatively easy to get… Show More
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Software Engineer

Redmond, WA, USA

$7,367
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The quality of the internship really depends on these three things: - The team you end up on - The manager/mentor/lead you end up having - The project you get assigned These things can vary greatly and I lucked out with fantastic team, manager/mentor/lead, and project. When interviewing, make sure to make it perfectly clear what your interests are. They'll try their best to put you on something that matches your interests.
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Software Engineer

San Francisco, CA, USA

$6,915
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Fun company to work at. Lots of social events and the average full time employee is pretty young so there was a lot to do as an intern. Work was cool due to the scale at which Uber operates. The work-life balance is lacking since most people stay late and there is an expectation to work overtime. Also, dinner is at 8:15 pm.
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I worked there in Fall 2016. This was the first time I got to work on real machine learning - I got to build a model and work on feature engineering. I had superb teammates who were technically strong, and the work I did at Uber had the most impact on the compared to all my other co-ops. The infrastructure at Uber is not as mature as companies such as Facebook but there are tons of challenges to solve and it is an exciting place to work at!
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I also received a housing stipend of $5000 USD and $400 worth of Uber credits every month (I believe they don't provide the Uber credits anymore though). I had a great experience here and learned a TON. Unfortunately, the workload was huge and the company moves at a very rapid pace, so I was incredibly stressed out. I don't think I've ever been more stressed out in my life.
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Overall, the company seems stingy. Dinner starts at 8:15 pm. The free rides program was changed from a credit based system to a ride based system, greatly reducing the usefulness. I personally did not get any transportation stipend. There were a handful of engineers that were without a doubt overworked. However, I did not have bad worklife balance. The work, the projects and the problems Uber is solving are very interesting.
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Software Engineer

Santa Clara, CA, USA

$6,400
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My mentor and manager are very supportive. There is overtime pay here so I choose to overwork myself. The software that I write is actually used by others, which is great. Breakfast and lunch are 6 dollars per "dish". Dinner is 1 dollar for your first dish, and 6 thereafter. All in all, a wonderful place to work.
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Software Engineer

Tokyo, Japan

¥325,000
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The Office team in Microsoft Japan worked on docs.com and Office Lens while I was there. You'll be assigned an onboarding project to start off with, and then move onto a main project to finish off the term with. If you finish your main project quickly, then you'll probably end up working on regular engineering tasks. The projects were in different fields, and a couple of them were quite interesting (involved NLP, OpenGL), but a lot of them were fairly standard web/mobile-development feature tasks. Obviously, these choices will vary each term. Hours aren't particularly long, but they're pretty offset from the usual business hours (most people came in at 11 and left after 7). You're not pressured to commit to 11-7 at all though. Your… Show More
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Software Engineer Intern

Redmond, WA, USA

$7,100
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Mentorship - shitty team with shitty engineers = shitty mentorship Work/life Balance - this is where old people with kids work because work life balance is top notch Meaningful Work - depends on the team. My team was really bad but some of them can be really good. Perks - $300 for transportation - $1200 or you can get a car for the term instead - Subsidized cafeterias. Their cafeterias are the best in the world! Really good food and super cheap!) - Corporate housing - Free starbucks coffee and drinks (pop, juice, etc) - Signature event where you receive a laptop worth $2k+ - $5k signing bonus if you're a returning intern (this $5k signing bonus is for an internship NOT for full time) - Best recruiters in the world. *NOTE: I had a… Show More
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