Mark Zuckerberg ... the great story of the Facebook empire
Mark Zuckerberg ... the great story of the Facebook empire

As we all know, Mark Zuckerberg is the founder of this huge work on Facebook. He founded his company there in 2004. He was born on May 14, 1984 in White Plains, New York, USA. .

Mark Zuckerberg has studied computer science and psychology at Harvard University and has been married to Priscilla Chan since 2012. He is fluent in both English and Chinese.
the beginning:

Mark Zuckerberg (Young Wonder) is very talented in IT business. During Harvard, he quickly became a developer and created FaceMash based on the concept (hot or not) in his second year. FaceMash showed that the user has a student photo and asked him to choose the most attractive image. Although it was closed by Harvard a few days later, the first visit reached 450 visits and 22,000 photo views in the first four hours. This decision inspired Mark Zuckerberg as he continues to build the project.

Mark Zuckerberg also created a social finder that uploads artistic photos and allows students to add comments and share notes. Zuckerberg's position as a developer caught the attention of Divya Narendra, Cameron and Tyler L. Winklevoss as the trio planned to build a social networking site for Harvard students and persuaded Mark Zuckerberg to join the team.

In 2003 Harvard did not have a platform like Global Facebook, but a paper copy and website containing selfies and information about students living in private homes. In January 2004, Zuckerberg launched "Facebook", inspired by Crimson's editorial on Facemash. "Obviously, it's easy to get the technology needed to create a central location. There are many advantages."

Mark and his colleagues invested in Harvard Dustin Mosquitz, Chris Hughes, and Eduardo Saffren around $ 2000. He built Facebook from home and Zuckerberg also worked at HarvardConnection.com

the beginning:

Facebook was launched on February 4, 2004 and turned into Facebook for $ 200,000 after Facebook.com acquisition.

An interesting point:

When Mark Zuckerberg was twelve years old, Atari BASIC, a messaging program called Zucknet, was created because all computers between his father's home and office could communicate with each other and with his family. Use Zucknet for home communication.



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