Of Datamonsters and Outliers

Read about the experience of one of our summer engineering interns, Tania Yu.

Inside Amplitude
September 6, 2017
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Tania Yu
Software Engineering Intern
Of Datamonsters and Outliers

_This post is by Tania Yu, one of Amplitude’s amazing summer interns. Check out the full post on our engineering blog to learn about her project detecting outliers and her summer at Amplitude. _

I’ve always loved cute things: kittens, Miyazaki films…you name it. So perhaps it shouldn’t come as a surprise that I interned at Amplitude this summer, a company with one of the cutest logos I’ve ever seen. My first week at Amplitude was, admittedly, a bit of a blur. Within the first couple of days at work, at least 50 of my new coworkers must have approached me with a smile and a “Welcome to Amplitude!” Although my complete inability to match names to faces left me mostly confused, the cheerful chaos allayed any worries I might have held on that front. Between learning about the product and company, starting to implement my first feature, and attending a product event hosted by Amplitude (on my first day, no less), I came to an easy conclusion: people here move fast.

**Read all about Tania’s summer project at the Engineering Blog >>**

About the Author
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Tania Yu
Software Engineering Intern
Tania is a Summer 2017 software engineering intern at Amplitude. She majored in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at MIT.
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