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All About Vic Gundotra

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Google's Social Czar Is Vic Gundotra

Vic Gundotra, who as Google's VP of engineering was been responsible for areas of the company's mobile and developer relations, has been charged with leading the company's underdog efforts on social, I've confirmed and TechCrunch reported this morning.

An Interview with Google's Senior VP Engineering, Vic Gundotra about Google+ and Misconceptions

Posted on 11. Mar, 2012 by hilzfuld in iPhone, Marketing, Tech, Web By: Hillel Fuld (@hilzfuld) The tech space is so ironic sometimes. While pundits refuse to believe that anyone can compete with Android's market share and are quick to dismiss Windows Phone with the claim "They are just too late to the game", the same is happening to Google in the social space.

Innovator Under 35: Vic Gundotra, 34 - MIT Technology Review

In 1991, Vic Gundotra, a 21-year-old programmer at Microsoft's Washington, DC, office, showed some of his demos to Steve Ballmer, then Microsoft's head of sales (and now CEO). Soon after, Gundotra was moved to Microsoft headquarters in Redmond, WA.

Vic Gundotra Explains Why He Left Microsoft for Google

Vic Gundrota, Vice President of Engineering at Google, talks with Tim O'Reilly about the future of mobile computing. They discuss several of Google's upcoming projects, as well as how application development is changing according to an increasingly mobile world.

Google's Gundotra Says His Boss Asked Him To Stop Tweeting

Vic Gundotra, formerly Senior Vice President of Social (and now, of Engineering) at Google, and head of the company's social networking service Google+, hasn't posted anything on Twitter since July 2011. If you're wondering why, well, you need wonder no longer because the man has publicly admitted, on stage at an event, that he was asked by 'his boss' not to tweet anymore (hat tip to Mahendra '@ScepticGeek' Palsule).

Google+ real name clampdown ignores own grace period

Summary: Is the real name policy at Google+ its Achilles Heel? Are they ignoring the grace period and banning users early? One of the major issues currently facing Google+ is the corporate policy requiring the use of real names . Unfortunately, this has raised the ire of many people who prefer to use a pseudonym when using the internet.