This “Easter eggs” in the video, inviting people to work in the company.
On June 26, Google released the video “See yourself at Google”, which shows a little about the internal kitchen of work at the company, as well as inviting people to send a resume to Google.
The video was posted on YouTube and Twitter, and at first glance there was nothing unusual about it. But a few days later, JFrog employee Baruh Sadogursky called on Russian-speaking users to pay attention to the lines of the code at 16 seconds. It turned out that there is a Russian mate: “govno jopa barebuh suka” in line 33 and “pidar gopa” on line 36.
Every Russian speaker will greatly appreciate the code at 0:16. Priceless. https://t.co/WlFYYI6S0z— JBaruch 🎩 (@jbaruch) 3 July 2019
Russian speakers will appreciate the code at 16 seconds
govno jopa suka? pic.twitter.com/SopoZNWb65— Malik Kekenov (@MaliKekenov) 3 July 2019
Apparently, not the employees of Google wrote the abusive words in the code. The company used the finished video from the stock site Shutterstock, on which they post videos for sale. The license for the movie in the maximum quality costs 179 dollars (11 thousand rubles).
Updated at 20:20: Art director of the St. Petersburg video company Treedeo, which created a stock clip, said that he did not know that their work published in 2017 was used by Google. He noted that now in Treedeo they will check videos before publishing on the stock website.
We are in shock. The fact is, we wrote every kind of heresy, but we could not assume that the actor would write such a thing. We didn’t even see the code.
Alexander Ignatievart director of treedeo