Jensen Huang invited all interns, 400 of us, to a party at his house. He was as funny as ever. Everyone loved him, though watching him, I had a feeling that he should have a lawyer with him at all time. He was prone to jokes that, while hilarious, weren’t exactly politically correct. HR reminded us about a dozen times that everything was strictly confidential. They walked around telling people to put their phones down when things got out of hand. Continue reading “[Day 815] A party at Jensen Huang’s house”
Today was a day of so many new things.
1. It was my first day at NVIDIA and the first time I’d ever had orientation at work. I expected the orientation to be small-ish, but when I was there, there were already at least 100 people hanging about.
Feeling awkward, I stood next to the group closest to me and casually slipped into the middle of their conversation. They were 3 men looking to be middle-aged. I asked them when was the last time they had orientation and they all laughed. “Must have been 10 years.” They were working together at Qualcomm when the company decided to drop their entire department. NVIDIA picked some of them up.
NVIDIA gifted us each a SHIELD and I still had no idea what to do with it. Continue reading “[Day 791] Orientation”