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Interviewing at many tech companies focuses on algorithms and data structures, especially for new graduates from colleges. These core concepts represent demonstrable skills of potential candidates. Often, industry interviewers weigh whether candidates understand these topics well enough at a general level. They will build from that foundation into specific areas…

Before my software engineering internship began at Lucid, I naturally had some concerns about beginning a new job remotely. How am I going to find answers to the questions that I’m sure to have hundreds of? Am I going to find myself floundering in an enigmatic codebase because everyone has…

View from the Lucid Lounge The first time I heard about Lucid My graduation date was approaching. I had some offers in hand, but none I was really passionate about. I was looking for a company where I could learn fast and where I could have an impact. I wanted…

Editor’s Note: This is the second in a series of posts on diversity and inclusion in tech workplaces, coordinated by Lindsey Martin. Other posts can be found at this link. In my four years at Lucid, I’ve been to multiple tech conferences and have loved each one, but the Grace…

Editor’s Note: This is the first in a series of posts on diversity and inclusion in tech workplaces, coordinated by Lindsey Martin. Future posts will be able to be found at this link. She crouched low and pulled her hat over her eyes, afraid that someone would discover she was…

Since the beginning of my internship at Lucid, I have had great experiences thanks to the great number of activities the company offers to all employees, including interns—we’ve been on hikes, a company retreat, and even a rodeo. One of my favorites, however, was Lucid’s hackathon. What is a Hackathon? Lucid’s…