I always did something I was a little not ready to do. I think that's how you grow. When there's that moment of 'Wow, I'm not really sure I can do this,' and you push through those moments, that's when you have a breakthrough.
You can't have everything you want, but you can have the things that really matter to you.
I think Google should be like a Swiss Army knife: clean, simple, the tool you want to take everywhere.
Creativity thrives best when constrained.
It is wonderful to work in an environment with a lot of smart people. It challenges you to think and work on a different level. If you play with better players, you learn a lot: perspectives, intellectual arguments, new ways of thinking about things.
If you're the smartest person in the room, you're in the wrong room.
Your rhythm is what matters to you so much that when you miss it you're resentful of your work...So find your rhythm, understand what makes you resentful, and protect it..
If you push through that feeling of being scared, that feeling of taking risk, really amazing things can happen.
Beyond basic mathematical aptitude, the difference between good programmers and great programmers is verbal ability.
New beginnings – professional, personal, or come what may – are always uncomfortable, but being open to them is the only way to grow. In the end, we are all capable of so much more than we think.
Do something youre not ready to do. In the worst case, youll learn your limitations.
If you can find something that you're really passionate about, whether you're a man or a woman comes a lot less into play. Passion is a gender-neutralizing force.
I realized in all the cases where I was happy with the decision I made, there were two common threads: Surround myself with the smartest people who challenge you to think about things in new ways, and do something you are not ready to do so you can learn the most.
You can be good at technology and like fashion and art. You can be good at technology and be a jock. You can be good at technology and be a mom. You can do it your way, on your terms.
You can wear ruffles; you can be a jock, and you can still be a great computer scientist, or a great technologist, or a great product designer.
I refuse to be stereotyped.
I was Google's first woman engineer.
That's how we're going to stay innovative. We're going to continue to attract entrepreneurs who say, 'I found an idea, and I can go to Google and have a demo in a month and be launched in six.'
Success is never getting to the bottom of your to-do list.
Pick something and make it great.
With data collection, 'the sooner the better' is always the best answer.
My maternity leave will be a few weeks long, and I'll work throughout it.
I had to think really hard about how to choose between job offers.
When people think about computer science, they imagine people with pocket protectors and thick glasses who code all night.
This is one of my favorites. People think of creativity as this sort of unbridled thing, but engineers thrive on constraints. They love to think their way out of that little box: 'We know you said it was impossible, but we're going to do this, this, and that to get us there.'
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