Seattlepi.com reports that Google software engineer Christophe Bisciglia was at the top of his game at one of the world’s premier tech companies. However, even with all the perks, he found that he was restless. That is, until he had the intriguing brainstorm to create “Google 101,” a class offered at the University of Washington that would teach the brightest college students to program the way that Google does. Instead of the traditional college computer programming course that might teach someone how to use one computer to count the times a word appears in a work of fiction, programming the Google way would use several computers to count how many times a given word appears on the internet, in addition to its relative usefulness to the user. Bisciglia says that the typical Google hire requires months of training, because what they learn in school is typically outdated. Bisciglia said that while some graduates may end up working for the competition, rather than Google, This possibility is a risk the company is willing to take…

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