When I was a computer geek, I spent a lot of time on Facebook
The day I left my job as a software engineer to become a software developer, I became fascinated with Facebook.
The service was everywhere and everyone was always talking about it.
I remember one of my favorite times was when I was at the office with my co-workers and one of the co-founders of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, invited us to hang out.
He gave us a few glasses of champagne and we started chatting about Facebook and all the great things that it was doing.
When I started working on it, I thought I was going to be a programmer for the next 20 years, and I was wrong.
In fact, I was doing a lot more programming.
I worked for Facebook for eight years, before I left in 2013.
That was the first time I had ever worked in a company where everyone knew everyone.
It was really hard to work with people who didn’t know anyone.
It’s like you’re in a classroom and nobody knows who’s talking and nobody can understand you.
Facebook is a really cool place to work.
I’m actually a huge fan of Facebook and have been for a long time.
I still do Facebook.
I was really interested in the social network, and then it kind of blew up.
The company is now worth more than Facebook, which is a phenomenal company and is going to continue to be.