Entries in Stanford University (7)


Evan Spiegel | Snapchat

image source: Alifazal/Wikipedia Evan Spiegel attended Stanford University where he co-founded Snapchat with Robert Murphy and Reggie Brown. Snapchat is a mobile video and photo messaging application.



Feross Aboukhadijeh | YouTube Instant

image credit: Feross Aboukhadijeh/ferros.orgFeross Aboukhadijeh is the creator of YouTube Instant (yinstant.com) that he launched on September 10, 2010. Youtube Instant, inspired by Google Instant, is a website that allows users to search the YouTube video database as they type. Ferross is currently a computer science student at Stanford University and a software engineer intern at Facebook.


YouTube Instant Creator: Feross Aboukhadijeh YouTube Instant - NBC Interview ("Instant Success")



John Lilly | Mozilla

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John Lilly is the CEO of the Mozilla Corporation. The Mozilla Corporation is responsible for the open source web browser Firefox along with other open source software. Lilly attended Stanford University where he majored in computer science.






Marissa Mayer | Google

image credit: Mrgadget3000/Wikimedia CommonsMarissa Mayer was born on May 30, 1975 in Wausau, Wisconsin. Mayer is the Vice President of Search Product and User Experience for Google. She received her B.S. in Symbolic systems and M.S. in Computer Science at Stanford University. She was the first female engineer hired at Google. Mayer can be considered significantly responsible for the success of Google Search and Gmail UIs.




Reid Hoffman | LinkedIn

image credit: Joi/FlickrReid Hoffman attended Stanford University and Oxford University. He is the founder of LinkedIn a social networking site primarily for business and job search connections.