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The creator of the famous social networking site, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg entered into the Harvard University for the first time after he had left as a drop out from there. He was back to the same university with the message "He's Hiring".
Yes! When Mark left the Harvard University as a drop out, no one had ever imagined that he will become a creator of a social networking site and he will come for recruiting students from the same university where he was dropped out. Mark, the 27 year old CEO had a good welcome for his first visit to the university officially since he left for California's Silicon Valley in the year 2004. He has decided to recruit two hundred and fifty students from Harvard University and also a similar amount of students from the Massachusetts of Technology. Mark addressed the reporters and students at Harvard and told that their company has just getting started to hire and by the next five or ten years they have planned to rethink about the different products and industries. After the launch of the Facebook in the year 2004, Mark has got many admirers over different streams. Aaron Perez, an eighteen year old and Harvard student Madeline Halimi of Brooklyn, New York told that Zuckerberg's story is encouraging and Aaron also told that Mark was the main reason for him to opt computer science. Madeline Halimi also told that Zuckerberg made her proud of Harvard. By the time Zuckerberg created facebook as the campus only social network; Harvard computing officials were working on their own university-wide online directory. The officials told the campus news paper 'Harvard Crimson' that it was silly that the university needed years to create the site. The main intention for Mark to visit Harvard for recruiting is that he has plans of expanding his company and he is in search of new talents to work on it. Facebook, as he said, at present it has more than Eight hundred million active users around the world and three thousand employees are been working for that company. He remembered the days when the company moved on to Palo Alto, California in June 2004. Before shifting their base just months after Facebook began to expand outside of Harvard, the site had almost reached nearly one million users. The area at the Harvard, status as a centre, and it has improved in the last several years for technological innovation. An U.S-Indian by named Dharmesh Shah, chief technology officer and co-founder of HubSpot, has setup this company near to the university. Shah had started HubSpot in June 2006 with Brian Halligan. HubSpot is a marketing software company and it also runs a blog devoted to technology startups. Shah started HubSpot while he was a MIT student and he said the main intention of his company staying close to MIT was that the area's growing like a talent pool and it will be very helpful for recruiting the new talents. Shah also told another reason to stay back from shifting their company to San Francisco and that the reason was that their always been a stereotype that startups in the East Coast won't take up much risk as the startups in the West Coast. So to prove it wrong Shah decided to stay his company back from shifting to San Francisco. According to Dharmesh, Boston area's status as a center for technological innovation is much improved since Zuckerberg left Facebook in California's Silicon Valley.
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