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The Steve Jobs and Mark Zuckerbergs of Tomorrow -- New York Magazine - http://nymag.com/news/features/silicon-valley-2011-9/index1.html
Zuckerberg doesn’t code much for Facebook anymore, the same way that Steve Jobs never hand-coded software for the iPhone. But, as the Groups team was adding the finishing touches to its product, Zuckerberg said he wanted to write a few lines. “Everybody was like, Ohhhh, Zuck’s gonna write code,” says Feross. Someone set up an easy bug for him to fix—adding a link to a picture, or something—and he went to work. Five minutes passed. Twenty minutes. An hour. “It took him like two hours to do something that would take one of us who’s an engineer like five minutes,” says Feross. It was like a retired slugger coming back for one last at-bat, for old time’s sake, and finding he’d lost more of his game than he’d reckoned. Still, he got props from Feross & Co. for getting his hands dirty. ‎· псы в рапиде
Even the sharpest developer would spend considerable time if he sees a huge codebase the first time. This must mean that Zuckerberg does not track the code base closely — which is only natural. ‎· 9000
да это понятно всё. грусть в том, что это всё про меня. ‎· псы в рапиде
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