13 Secret Tech Stars Of Silicon Valley
Bangalore: More than often it is the people with ranks—founders, co-founders, CEOs and others who grab the limelight for things big or small. But there are people, like undercurrents, dynamic but not visible, play a crucial role, and are least likely to grab the credit they deserve. However Business Insider initiated the novel campaign to unearth these tech stars and bring them to lime light. Here are the 13 secret tech stars of Silicon Valley.
#13 Shiva Rajaraman, for making YouTube ubiquitous
Shiva Rajaraman is Director, Product Management at Google. He helms the consumer product team focused on discovery, consumption, and devices, helping to grow views to over 3 billion views a day. Prior to his current role, he launched several of YouTube's first advertising products and initial TV and film launches.
Though there is huge buzz about Google+ being the Altair of search giant, it is YouTube which deserves the crown. Rajaraman's big push this year has been to roll out a new, consistent look wherever videos play, available in variety of platforms—iOS, Android, Xbox, Wii game consoles and many more, excluding its already huge web presence, making YouTube ubiquitous.
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