Mick Johnson is a mobile entrepreneur and a Director of Product Management for Mobile at Facebook.
Prior to Facebook, Mick was the Co-Founder & CEO for Whereoscope, an always-on location platform for smartphones. The first application for Whereoscope helped parents find their kids.
Prior to Whereoscope, Mick was the CEO at jamcode LLC, which he drove to cash-flow positive within 1 month. Their application GasBag has over 600,000 users around the world entering fuel prices and saving money. Mick has spoken at numerous conferences as well as being featured in the NY Times, TechCrunch, CNET, Wired Magazine, The Sydney Morning Herald, The Australian, and many other publications.
Mick has a University Medal in Computer Science from the University of Sydney, Australia and resides in Mountain View, California. Mick is proficient in Japanese and his other interests include martial arts and traveling the world.
BS, Computer Science2002
|Mar 14, 2015||AdWeek - Director of Product Management Mick Johnson Leaving Facebook|
|Mar 17, 2013||TechCrunch - Facebook Opens Early Adopter Club To Reignite Mobile Experimentation|
|Sep 13, 2012||Gigaom - Why Facebook is taking the long view on HTML5 mobile development|
|Sep 13, 2012||TechCrunch - Facebook For iOS App’s Review Average Climbs From 1.5 Stars To 4 Stars In Three Weeks Since Relaunch|
|Sep 13, 2012||SiliconBeat - Facebook: “We’ve retooled the company to build faster on mobile”|
|Aug 24, 2012||Digit - Facebook for iOS v5.0 rolls out|
|Aug 23, 2012||Venture Beat - Facebook for iOS updated and optimized for speed|
|Aug 23, 2012||TechCrunch - Facebook For iOS App Is Now 2X Faster: Quicker Launch, Photos, Feed, And Built-In Messenger|