Founder of the world’s largest social network shares advice based on his successes and missteps.
Sometimes the road to the top is full of bumps and potholes. No one knows this better than Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg.
In his first public appearance since the company’s IPO this summer, Zuckerberg was interviewed this week by Michael Arrington at TechCrunch’s Disrupt conference in San Francisco. Among a number of topics, the outspoken tech leader touched on the company’s acquisition of Instagram, why it’s not developing a Facebook phone and how he still codes but “everything I do breaks.”
Zuckerberg also spoke at length about some of Facebook’s successes and failures over the years. Here’s a look at three of his points that entrepreneurs should keep in mind when starting up their own ventures.
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