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  • In April 2010, a software engineer named Tim Bray blogged his experiences as a Noogler on a single day at Mountain View.

    In the Plex

  • The security team also ran training sessions, including a mandatory secure programming class that every Noogler had to take, and had regular office hours where engineers could work out knotty security problems with the team.

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  • Or if you're new, you're a Noogler and Google's hiring 100 a week.

    CNN Transcript Jan 22, 2007

  • Or if you are new, you are a Noogler and Google is hiring 100 a week.

    CNN Transcript Jan 22, 2007

  • Everything about Google from how they make all their cash, to the composition of their workforce, to tidbits about Google's culture (a Googler n00b: Noogler) - This week, an Italian magistrate convicted three Google employees for an Internet video that none of them had produced, uploaded, or even seen.

    Megite Technology News: What's Happening Right Now

  • And yes, for the thousandth time, I'm sure a picture of me in the Noogler beanie will be making the rounds sooner or later, as Joanna says I'm not allowed to spend two weeks out in Mountain View unless she gets to see one.

    Rooneg::Weblog

  • Sometimes employees didn’t get the distinction, as was the case with Mark Jen, a twenty-two-year-old Noogler who started a blog in 2005 called “ninetyninezeros” about his experiences; among the items that apparently displeased his bosses was a comparison of his salary and benefits to those at his previous employer Microsoft, which paid more.

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  • a new employee/intern at Google.

    April 2, 2014