Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg told employees recently that the company’s long-term goal is to “bring the metaverse to life” — helping to create an interconnected world of physical, virtual and augmented reality spaces that will reshape the way we work, interact with each other, create new things, and generally experience life.
So how exactly will Facebook approach such an audacious plan?
A new book called “Move Fast: How Facebook Builds Software” doesn’t delve into the metaverse, specifically. But in looking at Facebook’s engineering practices — the way the company makes stuff — the book examines the digital DNA of the social network, sheds new light on its most infamous motto, and explains the inner workings of a company that wants to reshape the human experience, again.
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