FriendFeed founder Paul Buchheit's lessons

Bambi Francisco Roizen · April 3, 2008 · Short URL: https://vator.tv/n/192

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FriendFeed co-founder Paul Buchheit is a former Google engineer who led the development of both Gmail and AdSense.

The one-time Google employee #23, he also first suggested the company's motto "Don't Be Evil." 

In this interview, he shares the lessons he's learned as a technologist and an entrepreneur.

To hear Buccheit talk more about FriendFeed, watch this earlier interview. 

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