Google engineer: What I learned in the war

Google engineer: What I learned in the war

Life is multi-faceted, and we want to support Googlers in their passions and commitments outside of work. This article from Fortune follows a US Googler who also split his time here with serving in the military. Read about the life lessons he learned while away and his transition back home.

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