Meet Blizzard Entertainment's
MEGAN CHANG

Careers - Megan’s Story
 No Idle Chatter
Megan’s Story
No Idle Chatter
While studying computer science and mathematics at Wesleyan University, Megan, a lifelong gamer, was engaged in a StarCraft session with a friend when they started discussing how fun it would be to work at a place like Blizzard. Turning talk into action, Megan ended up applying, getting an internship, and working with Blizzard ever since graduation.
Careers - What Megan Does
 Software Engineer
What Megan Does
Software Engineer
Using agile techniques, Megan engages in scrums and daily stand-ups to touch base with her team and create action plans for the day ahead. Primarily focused on esports events, like Heroes of the Dorm, Megan is always trying to figure out what types of features and changes the community wants—and what they would love to experience.
 
 
“We have a ton of on-campus meetup groups, so you’ll find one that fits your passion, everything from board-games and D&D or fitness boot-camp to hacking events of all kinds.”
 
“We have a ton of on-campus meetup groups, so you’ll find one that fits your passion, everything from board-games and D&D or fitness boot-camp to hacking events of all kinds.”
 
 
“Blizzard is incredibly supportive of its engineers. We recently had a company-wide engineering summit where all of us gathered to discuss new ways to enhance the engineering community as a whole.”
 
“Blizzard is incredibly supportive of its engineers. We recently had a company-wide engineering summit where all of us gathered to discuss new ways to enhance the engineering community as a whole.”