Zuckerberg: If Facebook fails I choose Microsoft

If the Facebook project fails, if the social network fails to attain the goals set, if the reason for its success were to disappear, then Mark Zuckerberg would not have doubts about their future: would like to work at Microsoft.
The young entrepreneur, founder of the social network, already has a way out of their minds.
 
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He talks openly during a speech at Stanford University, where he revealed his full respect for the group Redmond explaining seeing any good as an engineer hired by Steve Ballmer.
 
Obviously this is not a forecast or a project, but simply a theoretical hypothesis of an explanation of what would have been its orientation if only Facebook had not become what it is today.
 
Zuckerberg also praised social networking as a tool to strengthen the social networks of people, which of course can come to treat and manage 150 contacts and through Facebook can aspire to higher levels (for the benefit of their personal activities and of its growth).
 
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