Luba, one of our awesome engineering interns, talks about building Credit Karma's first web push notifications and how to have a lasting impact as an intern.
Asking for help is a valuable skill that often goes unrecognized. John opens up about why seeking help can level up your internship, and how it was essential in building web push notifications with his fellow intern, Luba.
In a continuation of our series about behavioral interviewing, Matt shares a rubric to help your candidates give you meaningful answers.
Rotation programs are a powerful way to spread knowledge, invest in engineers' growth, and optimize collaborations. Here, Shawn shares his experience in our pilot Engineering Rotation Program, and how both managers and individual contributors can make the most of rotation programs (and plan ahead for the risks).
At Credit Karma, where you start isn't necessarily where you stay. Jeff talks about making the switch from QA to Development, and the satisfaction - and scrambles - that come with career change.
Studies show that behavioral interviewing is the technique that has the strongest correlation to hiring success. We'll introduce the concept as the beginning of a 3-part series on how behavioral interviewing is used at Credit Karma. In the article you can see the inspiration a guy like Dwight Schrute can bring to the interview process.
Meet Nita, a software engineer who's working on the new Credit Karma Tax product. Nita opens up about how she got into engineering, why she wanted to work at Credit Karma, and what keeps her motivated.
As a programmer, I often over-quantified my own impact. I wanted opportunities where I could do big things. This desire for impact was a part of the reason why I headed down a management track. What I didn’t realize at the time is that individual contributors can have as much impact, or more, than any manager.