Our interns had a great time exploring the city of Boston, hiking mountains, building bridges (made of gumdrops and toothpicks), and working on the Vertica database this past summer. The interns worked closely with their mentors to develop projects that make a real impact on the product. Some interns collaborated on projects together, while others worked individually. They attended technical talks, presented their projects at an intern fair, and even got to eat lunch with GM Colin Mahony!
At Vertica, we work hard, but we like to have fun too. Interns are included in all company outings and activities, but they do some on their own, too. This year, that included hiking, community service, and a day at Kimball Farms. Over the years, some of our best employees started off as interns. So if you want to improve your technical skills, work closely with a collaborative team, gain an understanding of our column-store database, and have a fun summer, now is the time to apply for an internship at Vertica!
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I used to work for Vertica full time for about 3 years. I still work at Vertica part time while going to law school.
Update: Soniya is now doing her law internship, and no longer working at Vertica. Good luck, Soniya!
We have just released a new instructor-led course: Vertica Eon 9.x Essentials Course code: VT120EON This course provides live instructions on Vertica Eon v9.3, accompanied by comprehensive hands-on labs. Running on a public cloud platform, Vertica Eon Essentials allows users to directly connect with the Vertica Eon database and the Management Console to interact with...
Phil worked for Vertica as an Information Developer for close to five years. He was a very important part of our Vertica team and part of our Vertica family. Phil enjoyed working in the Vertica community, the base product documentation, as well as with our Technology Partners. He was very well liked and respected...
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