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Amazon first staff: beisuosi never just lofty ideals and high aspirations of online bookstore [hunting cloud network reported on 10 may]9 (compilation: heap) editor’s note: Shel Kaphan is the first employee of the company. Currently, he lives in Seattle and is pursuing his dream. The interview contents include: start the online business, the previous record prices of experience, about Jeff Bezos, moved to Seattle, early Amazon, Create Company, change the role, leaving the Amazon after life. Craig: what were you doing before joining Amazon? Shel:1975 years ago, I was a code farmer. My first real programming work was in a company called Information International Inc (Triple-I) in Losangeles. I went to a summer job, I was still at school (is the second time reading, because I had a school dropout). After three years in Triple-I. In 1978, I decided to finish my undergraduate degree, so I went to the University of California Santa Cruz for some time. After that, I always stay in the north of California before I moved to Seattle. Craig: so how did you go to Seattle? Shel: in early 1994, I worked in a company called Kaleida, which is a joint venture between apple and IBM. I left the company in the spring of 1994. A newly graduated young man showed me the Mosaic, which was a new thing at the time (it was the first web browser in the history of the Internet to be used and displayed). My first contact with the ARPANET in 1969 or 1970, which can be regarded as the pioneer of internet. At that time I had a feeling that it would have a big impact on the world, but for some reason, very few people thought it was an exciting thing. When I saw Mosaic, I knew that the Internet would bring us a larger audience. Some of the technology trends have not attracted me, but the Internet is very interesting, I want to develop something based on this. I don’t know what I’m going to do, but I know I’m willing to take part in it. I know that there were a number of network related businesses are hiring some talent. Netscape was established, and some of the people I knew worked there. But even if I get a job at Netscape, I feel like it’s not for me. I want to work in a start-up company, to participate in the early stages of the development of enterprises. I was chatting with one of my friends at Santa Cruz – Herb Jellinek (I worked with Frox and Xerox before). We try to find some business ideas that can attract each other and make it possible for us to work together. We started talking to people of all kinds in our own network. Herb studied at Stanford University, and one of his friends is.相关的主题文章: