Like I’ve already written about the invitation I received from Google, I finally had the dinner with Google’s William Fitzgerald, Divon Lan and James McClure. There was another guy who works for Google and who is actually a Bangladeshi, but I forgot his name.

business cards from Google
Business cards. I so wish I had my business cards printed so I could hand over to them. I think I'll mail it to William when available.😀

It wasn’t really anything formal. We just introduced ourselves, discussed how we are benefited by Google’s various services and what they can do to make Google experience even better for people in Bangladesh.

No words about what we had in dinner. It was quite delicious and I don’t really like to make others hungry by writing the dishes I had on any awesome dinner.😉 I managed to overlook the bill and ya they spent a lot.

At least now I can say for real that Google once paid for a delicious dinner.😀

william fitzgerald, james mcclure and divon lan in bangladesh

The folks from Google were amazing and I’d love to hang out with them again. I believe at least some of them will be coming back to Bangladesh for various reasons. Let’s see if I can catch up with them again.

Written by A. I. Sajib

I love writing about technology, life, and everything between. I love photographing people. I'm a Happiness Engineer at Automattic/WordPress.com. The best way to get to know more about me is through my blog at http://aisjournal.com.

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    1. He he, he had a rather difficult name plus I haven’t got his business card. All the other three had easy-to-remember names; James as in James Bond, William as in William Shakespeare (or William Sherlock Scott Holmes😛 ) and Divon, that’s even easier to spell.😛

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    1. It doesn’t quite sound like a Bangladeshi name, reason why I couldn’t remember his name. He looked like a Bangladeshi to me, though. Being raised in another country changes the look, that’s what he looked like, actually.

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