Because I wrote a post about my site's architecture and its evolution, I was looking at the old one through the internet archive, and I looked that I actually posted some stuff in my original blog. The only important thing is the one I wrote about this topic. This essay was originally submitted for my FBU application in 2018. I only did some edition and cleanup because from that time to today, my English has improved a lot, but the whole idea and structure is the same.
One wall of posters in Facebook HQ, image from my 2018 internship It's been a while (7 months more or less) since I started this planned series, and my conclusion is that I suck at creating post series. I started writing this post like a month ago, but because of school and other work I … Continue reading Epilogue – My life as a remote intern
Summer Intern season started a few weeks ago, and my internship is about to begin tomorrow. I'm going to return with Facebook for another summer. The main difference with my past internships is basically that this time everything has changed. The road trip I had When my 2019 internship ended, I requested to intern in … Continue reading Prologue – My life as a remote intern
Wikipedia defines this term as: "Conformity is the act of matching attitudes, beliefs, and behaviors to group norms, politics or being like minded" The psychologist Solomon Asch did an experiment to understand how people are capable of conforming: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NyDDyT1lDhA These types of things happen in all kinds of situations, and it's essential to understand that … Continue reading Conformity
A few months ago, I was an intern at Facebook: That's me! I had the opportunity to work over there three months in this amazing project I'm not allowed to talk. But one of the things I like and dislike the most was the process called Diff Review. If you have work in Github on … Continue reading A flashback from my internship