A former Facebook employee claims that MetaCEO Mark Zuckerberg has swung his sword in the office after being dissatisfied with his code.
AppSumo CEO Noah Kagan uploaded a 13-second video to TikTok on June 19th, listing the “strange things” that happened while working at Facebook.
Kagan shares at the beginning of the clip that he was Facebook’s 30th employee, founded in 2004.
According to entrepreneurs, Zuckerberg brought his sword to the office and swung it around because he didn’t like the code and stuff posted on the website.
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The video, which has been watched more than 50,000 times, has a comment that calls Zuckerberg “weave”. Attachment to Japanese culture..
But this is Not the first time Cagan mentioned Zuckerberg wielding a sword. In 2014, AppSumo’s CEO released an ebook, “How I Lost 170 Million Dollars: My Time as # 30 at Facebook,” about his experience working for tech giants in 2005. In this book, he was walking around with a sword when Zuckerberg was 21, taunting the poor performers.
Cagan writes: Lovingly, hold a huge sword in your hand, such as “If you don’t do it quickly, you’ll hit your face” or “Chop with this huge sword”. To this day, I don’t know why he had the sword. “
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In a June 19 TikTok video, Kagan states he played poker with PayPal co-founder Peter Thiel.
Another “strange thing” he mentions is that Facebook paid for all of its employees’ parking tickets. This is a perk he considers “amazing”.
and Another video, Kagan shares that they lost stock options after being released from Facebook. He is said to have had a 0.1% stake in the company, which means he lost something worth more than $ 170 million today. Cagan was fired nine months after the tech giant hired him. He says this was the “rude awakening” that motivated him to start his own company.
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