Leaving Google, Back to Google

Today was my last as an intern at Google. It was also my last day as an intern ever. I really enjoyed my time at Google and I love the project I was working on.

I’m also happy to say that I accepted Google’s job offer and I will come back to California in a couple of months. I am finally starting my career! This is exciting :)

21 Responses to “Leaving Google, Back to Google”

  1. behumble says:


  2. :) Where are the screenshots of whatever it is that you’re working on at Google?

  3. lecuret cedric says:

    Félicitations !! 1 de plus chez Google!!

  4. Cool, well done! Bravo!

  5. Arnaud says:

    Bravo et bonne chance pour la suite!

    I hope that with you Google is going to deliver some killer-app in”client-side java”!

  6. Parcours parfait – rien d’étonnant :)

  7. Bug says:

    Well done Romain, I guess you’ve googled yourself a career!

  8. Julien says:

    I wish you all the best :-)

  9. Hi Romain,
    I Wish you all the success throught your career.
    Hope you still put work hands on Java Swing and Java2D apart for your regular project at GOOGle.

  10. Congratulations!

    Are we going to see “Filthy Rich HTML” anytime soon? Or are some Google apps going to be Swing-based?

    Have fun and good luck anyway!
    – Chris

  11. Stephen says:

    Best of luck, and like the rest of us — can’t wait to see what you’ve been up to :)

  12. binaryjohn says:

    Great job Romain!

  13. herve says:

    Tout simplement bravo !! On peut difficilement faire mieux comme premier job… :o)
    Surtout qu’en france, je vois pas beaucoup de boites ou tu pourrais développer ton expertise java/swing…

    Btw, what are doing at google ? I know, it’s secret but can you give us some clues !

  14. Romain Guy says:

    I can’t say anything :) Just that I’m not using Swing.

  15. herve says:

    Diantre !! no Swing…

    It sounds as interesting as you were working with ! :o)

  16. Arnaud says:

    but is it java ?

  17. Romain Guy says:

    Yes, still Java.

  18. Arnaud says:

    … A new cross-platform java GUI framework to replace Swing ? ;)

  19. Lukman Jaji says:

    m sooo happy for u romain. u know u r one of my role models in programming