Taran Singhania shares his experience working at Yugabyte as both a full-time software engineer and an intern, including the positive effect that trust, transparency, and a culture of learning has had on his career.
Srinivas Pothuraju shares his story moving from two-time intern to a full-time software engineer. He also shares his perspective on Yugabyte’s three core principles—trust, relationships, and outcomes—and why they represent more than just words on paper.
Aliqyan Tapiai shares his experience as an intern at Yugabyte working on a project team for YugabyteDB Managed. He talks about the interview process, his project, and some fun things he got to do as well!
Basava Kolgani shares his experience as a summer intern at Yugabyte, including the application process and the projects he was able to work on. Interested in an internship at Yugabyte. Check out our open positions at www.yugabyte.com/careers/.
Discover Niyati Sinha’s journey from student to Yugabyte engineer in her own words.
Hello everyone! It’s Lakshmi, from the sunny (and rainy!) shores of Singapore. I am now wrapping up my Yugabyte internship, and it feels bittersweet to be penning down my thoughts on this document prior to posting it. These four months have been eventful—from the sleepless countdown to DSS Asia 2022 to interacting with a warm team that pools their strengths together.
In this post— the final installment of the series—I want to outline three lessons I have learned from my time as a Yugabyte APJ intern.
Hey Everybody! It’s Lakshmi, reporting again from the APJ team!
I recently received valuable first-hand experience helping to run one of the team’s flagship events: the second annual Distributed SQL Summit (DSS) Asia!
This event brought together developers, architects, and business leaders from all over Asia and beyond. Vish Phaneendra’s roundup post provides a great recap. It was exciting to reach close to 1,000 unique attendees and watch 20+ different talks from thought leaders,
Hello. My name is Tim Elgersma, and I’m a software engineering intern on the YSQL team at Yugabyte. I have one semester left in my bachelor of Computer Science program at the University of Waterloo. In this blog post, I’d like to talk about my experience interning here over the past several months, and why I’m excited to join the company full time upon graduation.
Adding tablespaces to tablegroups
My onboarding at Yugabyte went pretty smoothly.
Hello! My name is Harshitha, and I’ve been interning at Yugabyte as a software developer since July 2021. The last four months have transformed me from a confused and cynical college student to a curious and optimistic technology enthusiast and developer. It has been a continuous and exponential metamorphosis driven by the people and carefully curated—although seemingly effortless—culture at Yugabyte. In this post, I’d like to talk about my experience working here and the positive influence this company has had on my future.
Editor’s note: Yugabyte is hiring!
The Call to Adventure
My distributed SQL story begins late in 2019, back at my previous internship at a Norwegian startup called Cognite. While I was there, my team lead would always talk about how awesome distributed databases are, and also about his side project where he was building a small distributed SQL database from scratch in Rust (check it out here).