In recent hours ago, Steve Yegge, a Google Inc. engineer, intended his 5000-word post to be an internally delivered information for some other Google employees in the company, but accidentally, he published it for his 2000+ Google+ followers on the platform.
The rant according to the publication from his official Google+ page first focuses on his first employer, Amazon, which he calls to task for its inconsistent hiring practice since date and CEO Jeff Bezos, who he described as an obsessive micromanager.
Immediately Yegge finished his rants on Amazon, he continues his words by adding Google+ team to the rant process by talking about Google.”The number one and the last thing that Google doesn’t do well is managing of platforms. He said,”We don’t understand platforms.
He said, “We do not have platforms,” Yegge said this in his post. He even continued further saying, “Google+ is a top example of our (Google team) complete failure to understand platforms from the very highest levels of executive leadership (hi Larry, Sergey, Eric, Vic, howdy howdy) down to the very lowest leaf workers (hey yo).”
The Google plus platform, Yegge describes as a “pathetic afterthought”
He said that Google’s biggest error, is that it did not emulate Facebook’s plan of building “an entire constellation of products by letting other people to do the work.”
He said that Google normally see what people are looking for and trying to get that thing fast and provide it for people even without following the due processes required.
However, lately, Yegge has made a step to correct the mistake by posting his latest post on Google+ by apologizing to everyone in general telling them that the post was meant to be sent to the in-house Google team.