Google’s vice president for consumer products visited Cal Poly on Thursday to speak about product innovation and career success.
Marissa Mayer spoke at Cal Poly’s Harman Hall, offering insights to product development at Google.
In her 11 years at the company, her management and engineering efforts have included oversight of products such as Google Maps, Street View and Local Search functions.
She became Google’s 20th employee and first female engineer when she started in 1999. She has a master’s degree in computer science from Stanford University with a specialization in artificial intelligence.
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