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Wayfair Internship Offers a Change in Perspective

During my internship at Wayfair, I gained a completely different perspective on the functionalities within an organization. I learnt about personalizing recommendations for customers who view your websites, keeping in mind their likes and dislikes and a myriad of other factors such as age, gender and demographics. I have always enjoyed shopping online, but the… Read the full article…



Conquering Mt. Success: Learn and Be Curious

My job as a Software Development Engineer at Amazon certainly comes with many challenges along the way. This only makes celebrating successes so much more significant. One of the most exhilarating experiences I can think of on the job is finally unblocking yourself after long hours of working on a bug. It makes me proud… Read the full article…


Antitrust and Innovation: Google and its Competitors

When we think about innovation, competition, and consumer protection we need to understand that there is no perfect solution. There might be situations where innovation is best achieved by a few large entities. Alternatively a large number of smaller competitors may provide options to consumers. In the past, deciding on this was not as difficult… Read the full article…





Bias for Action: More Projects, More Fun

Just passing the midpoint in my Amazon Software Development Engineering internship, I’ve continued to make leaps and bounds. My original project that I was assigned is now in the testing and deployment phase. It’s exciting to think about that within my first couple of weeks at Amazon, I’m already getting the chance for my work… Read the full article…



Getting Ready for the FBI

June 11th is quickly approaching, which marks the end of my month long summer vacation. For a few weeks, I have listened to my friends hold conversations about their work experiences so far, and I am eager to share mine! In less than a week, I will begin my summer internship with the Federal Bureau… Read the full article…