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Datadog's Engineering Internship Program

Learn how Datadog interns can hone their skills while developing large-scale, customer-facing features.

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Datadog Winter Hackathon 2020

During this two-day event, Datadog employees around the world transformed their creative ideas into working prototypes.

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COVID-19 resources from Datadog

When it comes to fighting COVID-19, we're all trying to do our part. See how Datadog and others are working to track the virus's spread and research new treatments.

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Datadog unleashes Learning Week at its Paris office

Datadog's first-ever Learning Week expanded learning and development opportunities in its Paris office.

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Datadog partners with Tech Ladies, She+ Geeks Out, and Lesbians Who Tech

A look back at some of the events we've organized as part of our commitment to building diversity and inclusiveness in tech.

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Datadog sponsors Out In Tech

Datadog is proud to support Out In Tech's mission to broaden diversity in the tech community.

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Unleashing holiday spirit at Datadog

Last year, Datadog held its first company-wide holiday food drive. Learn how a little friendly competition (and a dashboard!) made it fun for everyone.

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Tips for Securing a New Office for your Growing Team

A problem that many fast-growing startups face: changing office-space to accommodate growing teams.

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Announcing Our Partnership With AcknowledgeHer To Promote Women In Sales

As a recruiter, I hear the words "sales guy" every day. "Tell me about what your sales guys do?" "How are the guys on your team performing against projections?" Etc.

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9 ways to make working remote work for you

Earlier this year I moved across the country, and I took my job with me. My family and I relocated from New York City, where Datadog is headquartered, to a small town in northern California, where I now work remotely. The move has been great for me and my family. It has brought my daughter much closer to her grandparents and extended family, and the slower pace of life here has been a welcome change after 12 years in NYC. But the transition to the remote work frontier has not been without its challenges.