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「Google實習生」- Google Intern


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The first time I saw the campus was...it was incredible. There's volleyball nets and colorful umbrellas, and you see people walking their dogs. It feels kind of like a playground, a big playground. The atmosphere around Google is definitely very eccentric but also very academic.
我初次見到園區是...它很不可思議。有排球網和五彩繽紛的陽傘,然後你看到人們在遛狗。它感覺有點像個遊樂場,一個大遊樂場。環繞著Google的氣氛絕對是非常古怪的,但也非常地有學術氣息。

At Google, we actually do have the ability to make more of an impact on people and more of a change in one year than many people do in their lifetimes. It's an environment in which very few limitations are placed on where your mind can be during the day.
在Google,比起許多人終其一生所為,我們實際上真有能力在一年之內對人們產生更大的影響、做出更大的改變。它是個很少限制被加諸在你白天工作心思能放在哪裡的環境。

You're all starting your teams this week, and some great advice is to not be afraid to fail. But we wanna flip that around a little bit and say don't be afraid to succeed.
你們這個星期將通通開始創建你們的隊伍,有個好建議是別害怕失敗。但我們想把那給顛覆一下,我們說別害怕成功。

My name is Matt Malone. I'm a graduate intern here at Google in Consumer Operations this summer. I have a background as an Infantry Officer in the Army. I thought leading people directly on the ground as a combat leader would provide the greatest leadership challenge. And then I switched over to working in Intelligence. That's where I really started to fall in love with technology.
我的名字叫Matt Malone。我這個暑假在Google的消費者管理部門這裡是個研究所實習生。我的背景是個陸軍步兵軍官。我認為作為戰鬥指揮官直接在地面上帶人會對領導能力提供最棒的挑戰。然後我轉換到在情報單位工作。那就是我真的開始愛上科技的地方。

My name is Paola Correa. I go to the University of Miami, and I study advertising and marketing. When I was little, I used to collect ads. I used to get a kick out of going to different places and seeing how the same message would impact differently and would look differently.
我的名字叫Paola Correa。我上邁阿密大學,我學廣告行銷。當我小的時候,曾收集過廣告。我以前曾非常熱衷於去不同的地方,看看相同的訊息會如何地帶來不同影響,會如何地看起來有所不同。

My name is Kim Day. I'm from Melbourne, Florida. I'm studying physics and computer science at the Florida Institute of Technology. I grew up on the "space coast" of Florida, and I always grew up watching the shuttles take off from the Kennedy Space Center. And I knew that I really wanted to work with technology and be able to be on the cutting edge.
我的名字叫Kim Day。我從佛羅里達地Melbourne市來的。我在佛羅里達理工學院讀物理和資工。我在佛羅里達的「太空海岸(註一)」長大,我成長時總是看著太空梭從甘迺迪太空中心起飛。而我知道我真的想從事科技業而且能夠走在時代的尖端。

My name is Florian Koenigsberger, and I'm from New York City. Google as a company was attractive to me because they are a tech company that's been so much more than that. There isn't a place that Google is not.
我的名字是Florian Koenigsberger,我從紐約市來的。Google這公司吸引著我,因為他們是間科技公司,一直以來遠遠超過只是間科技公司。Google無所不在。

I'm Grant Oakley. I'm from Spokane, Washington. Just the process of coding is actually surprisingly fun. You kind of get like this epic win at the end of the day. You're gonna, you know, throw up the arms in celebration. It's exciting to work at Google because unlike a lot of software companies, I use Google products every day. That's pretty exciting.
我是Grant Oakley。我從華盛頓州的Spokane市來的。光是寫程式的過程其實就是出乎意料的有趣。你有點像是最終得到這史詩般的勝利。你會,你知道,高舉雙臂慶祝。在Google工作很令人興奮,因為不像是其他很多的軟體公司,我每天使用Google的產品。那真的很令人興奮。

So we're headed upstairs.
所以我們被領向樓上。

I've always thought of work as just...as work.
我總是把工作看成就是...是工作。

This is going to be your desk right here.
這裡這個將會是你的桌子。

At Google, it's completely different. At Google, I was extremely excited to start at work. I can barely sleep the first night.
在Google,這完全不一樣。在Google,我對於要開始工作感到極為興奮。我第一晚幾乎睡不著覺。

Yeah, my inbox are like already exploding.
對,我的信箱好像已經爆滿了。

How many you've got? Forty-five! You know, forty-five emails for your first day's pretty good.
你收到幾封信?四十五!你知道,四十五封信對你的第一天來說還不錯。

I'm working in the Online Help Center. And my project is part of an effort that will completely change the way Google is reaching out to consumers and helping them with Google products.
我在線上客服中心工作。而我的項目是艱難嘗試的一部分,它會完全改變Google觸及消費者的方式並在Google產品方面協助他們。

Our help centers are not just the US, but we have them in forty plus languages. So you have to think about how we're gonna manage that complexity.
我們的客服中心不只是美國,我們有四十種以上語言的客服中心。所以你得想想我們要如何管理那樣的複雜性。

From your first day as a Google intern, you're treated as a regular employee.
從你身為一位Google實習生的第一天,你就被當作一位正式職員般對待。

Don't presume that just because you're an intern as such that you're not a member of the team.
別假定只因為你是個實習生,因為這樣你便不是這團隊的成員。

One usually expects, as a new person, to be at the bottom of the knowledge totem pole, and the fact that I'm not is an illustration of how much responsibility is given to us as interns across the board.
身為新人,一個人通常預計在知識方面會是最微不足道的,然而我並非微不足道的事實是個有多少責任被賦予給我們全體實習生的活生生例子。

Paola. How are you? Doing good. I'm Chris. Nice to meet you.
Paola。你好嗎?還不錯。我是Chris。很高興認識你。

I worked with a couple of interns last year, and every intern that I've seen in common has...just exuded Googliness.
我去年和幾位實習生合作,而我所已見過的每位實習生共通都有...就是散發出Google味。

I'll get the hang of it eventually. You'll get the hang of it. Don't be afraid to ask. Okay.
我最終會抓到訣竅。妳會抓到訣竅的。別害怕發問。好的。

Is their work gonna be challenging? Yeah, because the most important work is challenging.
他們的工作將會充滿挑戰性嗎?是的,因為最重要的工作是充滿挑戰性的。

This summer, I'm working on an email notification for Google Accounts. And it's gonna be sent out to thousands of users, and it's gonna make their accounts more secure.
這個暑假,我在幫Google帳戶處理一項郵件通知。它將被發送給數千名用戶,而且這將使他們的帳戶更安全。

My code helps developers test their code very efficiently. And that way they can write good, stable code for the products.
我的程式碼幫助程式設計師們非常有效地測試他們的程式碼。那樣他們可以為產品寫出好的、穩定的程式碼。

You wanna be working on something that not only your team, but the entire Google will see.
你要處理的東西不只你的團隊,而是整個Google都會看見。

Basically, internship is like a good experience towards becoming a full-time hire, right?
基本上,實習像是個有助於成為全職員工的好經驗,對吧?

The one thing that all the interns definitely have in common is passion and motivation to get these things done, because you don't necessarily have to know everything, but you have to be willing to learn.
所有的實習生共同擁有的一個東西是把這些事情給完成的熱情和動機,因為你不一定需要了解每件事,但你得願意學習。

Is this your first time in Google?
這是你們第一次到Google嗎?

Yeah!!!
是!!!

The week has been unstoppable, restless: a bunch of activities. There's always something new. And the next activity or the next person that we meet is more exciting than the last.
這個星期一直是無法停歇、無法休息的:一堆活動。總是有某些新的東西。而下一個活動或我們所見到的下一個人比上一個更刺激。

They do a really, really good job of making you understand the way this place thinks, I think, specifically, of an exercise we did that gave a completely new perspective on how to brainstorm.
他們在讓你了解這個地方的思考模式上做得非常、非常好,我認為,特別是,在一個我們所做的練習方面,那在如何去腦力激盪上提供了一個嶄新的觀點。

What is brainstorming to you? Tell me what you guys say.
腦力激盪對你來說是什麼?告訴我你們怎麼說。

It's focused on learning to put aside your judgments right away and avoid criticizing new ideas that may seem strange to you.
它致力於學習立刻將你的評判拋諸一旁並避免批評對你來說也許似乎很奇怪的新點子。

Impossible is not a word that's thrown around very often. I think it helps you imagine. I certainly did not associate imagination with productivity before coming here. But I think this place makes that real.
「不可能」不是個常常蹦出來的字。我認為它幫助你想像。我毫無疑問地在來到這裡之前沒有將想像力和生產力聯想在一起。但我想這地方讓那成真。

For the rest of it, I know that there will be a lot of work involved: maybe some work that I don't know how to do. But a little bit of fear is good.
對於剩下的實習,我知道將會有很多工作牽扯在內:也許有些我不知道該如何做的工作。但一點點恐懼是好的。

I do feel a lot different after being here for my first week. I guess I've always identified myself very much with the military. I was in the military for five years. But I'm starting to see myself as a Googler. I see myself as someone who fits in here. I don't feel like an outsider. I feel Googley.
我在這裡待了第一個星期之後,的確感到非常不同。我猜我總是將我自己視為軍人。我在部隊待了五年。但我正開始將自己看做一位Google人。我將自己視為一個適合這裡的人。我不覺得像個局外人。我感覺很Google。

I would say meeting Sergey was definitely one of the highlights of my week, month, maybe year. You know, he was fine just like stopped and shook my hand, and then he rode off on his elliptical bike. It's pretty great.
我會說認識Sergey(Google共同創辦人)絕對是我一周、一個月、也許一年最精彩的事之一。你知道,他很好、就像是停了下來並握握我的手,然後他騎上他的橢圓機離開。那很棒。

Maybe it is a little early to say that after I've only been here a week or so, but I just feel like there's always gonna be something new, and you're gonna learn every day. And that's really the best part about being an engineer.
也許在我只來到這裡一個星期左右說這個有點早,但我就是感覺好像將總會有某些新東西,而你將會每天學習。那真的是關於身為一名工程師最棒的部分。

If this is what being an intern feels like, I'd love to be an intern for the rest of my life.
如果這是身為實習生的感受,我願意餘生都做一位實習生。

註一:Space Coast指的是佛羅里達的東岸,由於位居NASA甘迺迪指揮中心旁邊,很多人在這邊看太空船升空景象。

  • 「顛覆、反轉過來」- Flip Around

    But we wanna "flip that around" a little bit and say don't be afraid to succeed.
    但我們想把那給顛覆一下,我們說別害怕成功。

  • 「轉換、轉變」- Switch Over

    And then I "switched over" to working in Intelligence. That's where I really started to fall in love with technology.
    然後我轉換到在情報單位工作。那就是我真的開始愛上科技的地方。

  • 「非常熱衷於」- Get A Kick Out Of

    I used to "get a kick out of" going to different places.
    我以前曾非常熱衷於去不同的地方。

  • 「起飛、出發」- Take Off

    And I always grew up watching the shuttles "take off" from the Kennedy Space Center.
    我成長時總是看著太空梭從甘迺迪太空中心起飛。

  • 「尖端、最前線」- Cutting Edge

    And I knew that I really wanted to work with technology and be able to be on the cutting edge.
    而我知道我真的想從事科技業而且能夠走在時代的尖端。

  • 「想作、考慮到」- Think Of

    I've always "thought of" work as just...as work.
    我總是把工作看成就是...是工作。

  • 「微不足道的」- At The Bottom Of The Totem Pole

    One usually expects, as a new person, to be "at the bottom of the knowledge totem pole."
    身為新人,一個人通常預計在知識方面會是最微不足道的。

  • 「全面的」- Across The Board

    And the fact that I'm not is an illustration of how much responsibility is given to us as interns "across the board."
    然而我並非微不足道的事實是個有多少責任被賦予給我們全體實習生的活生生例子。

  • 「抓到訣竅、掌握、學會」- Get The Hang Of

    I'll get the hang of it eventually. You'll get the hang of it. Don't be afraid to ask. Okay.
    我最終會抓到訣竅。妳會抓到訣竅的。別害怕發問。好的。

  • 「共同、共通、共有的」- In Common

    The one thing that all the interns definitely have "in common" is passion and motivation to get these things done.
    所有的實習生共同擁有的一個東西是把這些事情給完成的熱情和動機。

  • 「撇開、擱在一邊」- Put Aside

    It's focused on learning to "put aside" your judgments right away.
    它致力於學習立刻將你的評判拋諸一旁。

  • 「視為、認同」- Identify With

    I guess I've always identified myself very much with the military. I was in the military for five years.
    我猜我總是將我自己視為軍人。我在部隊待了五年。

  • 「適合」- Fit In

    I see myself as someone who "fits in" here. I don't feel like an outsider. I feel Googley.
    我將自己視為一個適合這裡的人。我不覺得像個局外人。我感覺很Google。

  • 「騎馬(或自行車)離去」- Ride Off

    You know, he was fine just like stopped and shook my hand, and then he "rode off" on his elliptical bike.
    你知道,他很好、就像是停了下來並握握我的手,然後他騎上他的橢圓機離開。

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