Facebook, in partnership with Berlin Geekettes, is excited to announce a fall meet-up on November 13th at betahaus. This event will feature a panel with engineers from Facebook who will discuss how the company builds social products at scale. The event will bring together women working in the Berlin tech scene and will provide a unique opportunity to speak with several of Facebook’s engineers and engineering managers directly, as well as network with each other. A special thanks to our friends at betahaus for co-sponsoring this event and opening it’s doors to Facebook and the women of tech here in Berlin.
Please RSVP here: http://facebookberlingeekettes.eventbrite.com
Jing Chen is an engineer on the Product Infrastructure team at Facebook, where she focuses on client-side rendering. She previously worked on products such as News Feed and Chat. Jing holds a BS in computer science from Caltech and a MS in computer science from Stanford University.
Denise Noyes is an engineer at Facebook, where she is a tech lead for Video Calling. Prior to working at Facebook, she was a software manager and software developer at Amazon.com working on teams including grocery delivery and Amazon’s order pipeline. Denise holds a BS in computer science from Carnegie Mellon University.
Raylene Yung is an engineering manager at Facebook, where she leads the Privacy and Tagging product engineering team. Prior to working on privacy, she was an engineer working on products such as News Feed and Timeline. Raylene holds a BS and MS in computer science from Stanford University.
Philip Su is the site’s lead for Facebook’s London engineering office, where he focuses on building the best teams and products for Facebook worldwide. Prior to this role, he was building Video Calling and Messages at Facebook. Philip was also an engineer and engineering manager at Microsoft on a variety of teams, including: Office, Windows, Tablet PC and Bing. Philip holds dual BS degrees in neurophysiology and computer science from the University of Maryland.
Jess Erickson is the founder of Berlin Geekettes an organization uniting, mentoring and promoting women in tech of Berlin, Germany. She is also the Berlin Producer for General Assembly, a campus that helps individuals create opportunities through community and education in technology, entrepreneurship and design, through a wide variety of online and offline, formal and informal learning opportunities.