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However, what is the history behind this important corporation? When and how was it created? Google began its production in March 1996 as a research project by the founders of Google, Larry Page and Sergey Brin. Both were in a Ph.D. program at Stanford University, working on the Stanford Digital Library Project. At the time, Page was attempting to come up with a topic for his thesis; he favored writing about the mathematical structure of the World Wide Web and how it could be understood through a graph.
Eventually she started working for Google Inc. However, the first employee of Google Inc. was Craig Silverstein who was a Computer Science graduate from Stanford University. Silverstein worked for Google for over 10 years and the team work between Page, Brin, Wojcicki and Silverstein led to the success During that same year, Google was recognize... ... middle of paper ... ...mpowering-its-employees/ Inghman, J. (2008, May 7). HR for innovation/Google.
Up until the year 2001 Larry Page was the CEO of Google. Early in 2001 Eric Schmidt was elected to be a chairman in the board of directors for Google. Then, a couple months later Eric Schmidt became CEO of Google, Larry and Sergey were named presidents of products and technology. According to Fast Company, Eric Schmidt was brought in to provide “adult supervision” since the co-founders of Google were very young at the time. Eric Schmidt had very much experience by the time he had started to work for Google.
Soon after Page and his partner Sergey Brin began exploring the web with their web crawler; which was dated March 1996. The location for the exploring was at Page’s own home page. On September 7, 1998 they successfully and formally incorporated their company, to Google, Inc. at a friend’s garage in California. By the end of 1998, Google had an index of about 60 million pages. The name "Google" originated from a misspelling of "googol,” which refers to the number represented by a 1 followed by one hundred zeros.
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Now over 135 million members link there, and Fortune magazine recently made LinkedIn “the only social site to fire up your career” (Wilson, 2010). LinkedIn certainly fired up the careers of its founders. Although only the original founder Reid Hoffman is still with the company, the company’s net worth now exceeds 1.7 billion dollars. The founders and initial investors knew cyber technology, coming from Silicon Valley, Google, and IPO investments. LinkedIn makes business news, national news, and even blog news every month.
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(Examples can include projects, coursework, competitions, websites, previous internships, etc.) I think Java and Python are somewhat equally my strongest coding languages. I designed a program in Java which when executed, assumes the role of a company’s payroll system. It allows the company t... ... middle of paper ... ...lity and Statistics for Computer Science: Introduction to the basic concepts of probability and statistics with discussion of applications to computer science. Individual Study and Research: Research Assistant at Calit2 UCI.