For the last 3 years I was working in an area called Engineering Productivity at Google. This group builds internal tools for other engineers but sadly there is very little I can talk about, except for the obvious facts: it’s challenging, fun and at a scale I hadn’t seen before.
Well, a few weeks ago I switched projects and focus areas. Now for the first time in my career at Google I work on a customer facing product: the Google Privacy dashboard. Obviously I can’t write about upcoming launches, but I can assure you that there are many cool new features in the making.
 This is not 100% true. A little over two years ago I did some 20% work on the dashboard, so there is already a tiny little bit of code online that yours truly wrote. In case you are curious, it’s the logic that makes sure you get to see the privacy statement for your country, e.g. http://www.google.com/chrome/intl/en/privacy.html or http://www.blogger.com/privacy?hl=en.