In the beginning, co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin tried to license Google to other companies because they wanted to finish their PhD’s, but none were interested. Google was started out of desperation; they had no other option but to start the company themselves. Though the founders do worry about competition, the barrier to entry is continuously increasing as Google indexes more and more documents and becomes the foundation of so many other services.
Lisa Alderson, Genome Medical
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Get out of your comfort zone and learn to be adaptable. Breakthroughs don't come from doing what you've always done.
Video 56 minutes
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Gabriel Parisi-Amon, Nebia Shower
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Allow yourself to pause work so you can reflect and decompress. The source of protection from burnout is grounded in your values.
Video 53 minutes
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Tracy Chou, Project Include
Debugging the Brogrammer Culture [Entire Talk]
Constantly ask yourself, 'Who's not in the room?" Championing diversity in tech will result in a more inclusive culture and better products.
Video 57 minutes
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