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Dating, secrecy, and coding: What it's like on your first day when you get a job at Facebook

This is an excerpt from the book "Chaos Monkeys" by Antonio Garcia Martinez. The book describes how Garcia got funding for his tech startup from Y Combinator and Chris Sacca, sold that startup to Twitter for millions, and then bailed on the deal to go work at Facebook. He eventually left Facebook after losing a showdown with COO Sheryl Sandberg and VPs Andrew "Boz" Bosworth and Brian Boland, over Facebook's advertising strategy.
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