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  • After taking part in Adobe’s Executive Shadow Program, computer scientist Bianca Tesila shares her advice for a successful career. Don’t miss out on her key takeaways: #AdobeLife

    Computer Scientist Bianca Tesila's Advice for a Successful Career

    Being part of Adobe Romania, I have been mostly exposed to the Engineering World. But whenever I come to Adobe Summit, Adobe's Digital Experience Conference, I feel empowered by having the opportunity to see how the vision and strategies, which drive our work, are born in the first place, and even more importantly, to see how our customers perceive them.

  • Why do Adobe Research interns come back year after year? The answer comes down to one critical word: Freedom. Find out what makes this internship special: #AdobeLife

    Interns Find Freedom to Innovate at Adobe Research

    Why do Adobe Research interns come back year after year? The answer comes down to one critical word: Freedom. Interns value the ability to pursue what excites them and to keep learning. "I love the freedom," says Chan Young Park, a two-time intern in San Jose.

  • From manning the chicken fryer to delivering newspapers, Adobe's Leadership Team share their first gigs and the best career advice they've ever received: #AdobeLife

    First Jobs and Career Advice from Adobe's Leadership Team

    October 28, 2019 All storied careers start somewhere! From snow shoveling to Vice President, we asked members of Adobe's Executive Leadership team to tell us about their first job or internship and the best career advice they've ever received. Get ready to be inspired! What was your first job or internship?

  • Through giving back to her community and supporting education, Anupriya stumbled upon a fateful encounter tied to her past. Read the full story here: #AdobeLife

    Anupriya's Fateful Encounter

    "Let deeds, not words, be your adorning." - Baha'i Writings I have always believed in living a coherent life in which my values and beliefs are not limited to words but also reflected through my actions.

  • From starting out in the restaurant industry, to making an impact today as an Enterprise Account Executive, Jeremy’s always been passionate about customers. Read about his career journey: #AdobeLife

    Jeremy Lam and Seeing Impact in Other People

    When Jeremy first joined Adobe through the Magento acquisition, the first thing he thought was "look at all these products!" Like many opportunities before this one, Jeremy was excited for the challenges ahead and the new products to learn.

  • This year, Adobe is embracing our Hispanic Heritage Month theme of "Siempre Unidos" by celebrating what brings us together. Hear from our employees on how we're "always united" #AdobeForAll #AdobeLife

    Adobe Employees Unite During Hispanic Heritage Month

    With the many ethnicities that fall under the umbrella term "Hispanic" - from Venezuelan and Puerto Rican to Cuban and Mexican - come a huge range of identities and experiences. In honor of this year's Hispanic Heritage Month "Siempre Unidos" ("Always United") theme, we asked members of our Adobe Hispanic/LatinX (HOLA) Employee Network to tell us their stories of togetherness.

  • For the fourth year in a row, Fortune has named Adobe a World's Best Workplace! Find out what makes Adobe world-class and hear what employees are saying: #AdobeLife

    Adobe Named a World's Best Workplace Fourth Year in a Row

    For the fourth year in a row, Adobe has been named onto the Great Place to Work Institute's and Fortune's list of World's Best Workplaces. This year we rank number 15 on the list-up 8 spots from last year! We have been officially recognized because we've been awarded a Great Place to Work in Australia (no.

  • Want to become an Adobe Intern? Hear what our interns had to say about their #AdobeLife and apply today!

  • Through Nicole's role as the Director of Engineering, she's leading a team dedicated to building Magento's open source community. Check out her interview to learn more: #AdobeLife

    An Interview with Nicole Cornelson, Adobe's Director of Engineering

    When Nicole Cornelson joined Magento in Austin, Texas, she was joining right in the middle of Adobe's acquisition of the Ecommerce company. Some people would be turned away by the uncertainty of such a big acquisition, after all, Nicole had worked for large tech companies in the past and she was looking for something more close knit and dynamic.

  • The first year on the job can be tough. Luckily, Vanessa and Banafsheh share the five things they wish they knew when they started working as software engineers: #AdobeLife

    Five Things We Wish We Knew When We Started Working as Software Engineers

    As two 2018-university-graduates-turned-software-engineers, we're wrapping up our first year of work. After reflecting on our time at Adobe and Yelp, and polling other grad's in our networks, we found the top five things we wish we knew when we started.

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