What would you do to get a Job at Google?
Do you want to work for Google? What would you do to get a job at Google? The German domain owner Sebastian Lützig (Sebastian Lutzig) is offering his domain names to Google hoping to land a nice job at the Googleplex in return. The idea itself is pretty interesting, but the way how Sebastian executed this plan has quite some humor to it. Normally you would apply through Google’s website for an open position. Not so Mr. Lutzig from Germany. Instead of writing a normal job application, he decided to register several of Google-related URLs like adwordsgoogle.de, docsgoogle.de, gdrivegoogle.com, labsgoogle.de and many more and then posted his job application on it. It seems like either Sebastian has started to redirect his domain names to Google or the Google legal department send a cease and desist letter via express delivery – most of the domains are now pointing to Google property on the web.
This story could end here, but what’s better than desperate job applications? Desperate applications written in hilariously broken English! Sebastian has some conditions that he lined out with his application:
“Important for me is that I every weekend somehow come to Cologne, in order to visit my daughter. Of course, there can be exceptions, but I would not be longer than a maximum of three weeks away from Cologne. Of course money also plays a certain role.I would like to perform a lot and also be paid well. However, quite clearly I am ready to put back with the money if for it the work is great fun. I do not have more conditions.”
With 11 years I got from my parents my first computer as a gift and since it i could not life without a computer anymore. In addition to the school, I worked several years for Vobis in the computer workshop. I am a trained scientist for systemintegration (with professionallevel) and my training was from 3 years to 1.5 years shorter (because of good shool grades, the first half %1.0, the second half %1.2, leaving certificate %1.0). With my 27 years I worked for a year now in the network administration of a larger enterprise (1000+ employees) with focus on IT security. I have maximum rights and enjoy full confidence of my superiors. The work gives me a great deal of fun."
Well, best of luck to Sebastian and his application to land a job at Google. At least he managed to get quite some attention across the Internet.