I'm a member of the Static Content Service team, part of the Search Infrastructure group. Our software serves the highest number of queries per second at Google across all products.
I've been working on maintaining and updating a hosting infrastructure comprising approximately 100 virtual machines running presence and collaboration services for about 50 different domains.
I worked as a software and firmware engineer for SeacCompany from June 1996 to April 2000.
My assignments ranged from developing C++ software for Windows to writing firmware for 8 and 16bit microcontrollers. I worked both on fully-automatic clinical analyzers with robot arms and smaller instruments for emergencies.