(MENAFN) Meta technology head Andrew “Boz” Bosworth, one of Facebook’s earliest staffs, shared on his personal blog over the weekend that the firm was more concentrated in its initial days, and he described some of the issues that come with getting big.
In a post under the title “Focus,” Bosworth compared the years of startup life, when he got little sleep, kept a poor diet and had “no hobbies,” with the mature firm that has many people weighing in on product features and sufficient money to pay for less important things.
“Resources and time were so tight that you could feel the weight of all the things you weren’t working on,” according to Bosworth, who started the post by writing that he was “something like” the 10th engineer at the firm. “You had real conviction that the thing you were doing was the most important thing.”
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