Mike Schroepfer is the Vice President of Engineering at Facebook. Mike is responsible for harnessing the engineering organization's culture of speed, creativity and exploration to build products, services and infrastructure that support the company's users, developers and partners around the world.
Before coming to Facebook, Mike was the Vice President of Engineering at Mozilla Corporation, where he led the global, collaborative, open and participatory product development process behind Mozilla's popular software, such as the Firefox web browser.
Mike was formerly a distinguished engineer at Sun Microsystems where he was the Chief Technology Officer for the data center automation division ("N1"). He was also the founder, Chief Architect and Director of Engineering at CenterRun, which was acquired by Sun. Mike worked with several startups at the outset of his career, including a digital effects software startup where he built software that has been used in several major motion pictures. Mike holds a bachelor's degree and a master's degrees in computer science from Stanford University and has filed two U.S. patents.
|Jun 2, 2016||Business Insider Australia - Facebook changed its key metric from 'monthly active users' to 'monthly active people'|
|Jun 1, 2016||Business Insider (tech) - Why Mark Zuckerberg made Facebook change the way it talks about its own growth|
|May 27, 2016||CNBC - Big names in tech to convene next week at Code Conference|
|May 20, 2016||GeekWire - GeekWire Radio: Star Trek at 50, Facebook booms in Seattle, and TechStars startup highlights|
|May 16, 2016||GeekWire - Live tour of Facebook’s new Seattle office with CTO Mike Schroepfer|
|May 16, 2016||GeekWire - Inside look: Facebook opens new Seattle office as regional employment reaches 1,000 people|
|May 16, 2016||GeekWire - Photos: Facebook’s epic new Seattle outpost raises the bar for tech offices|
|May 6, 2016||Venture Beat - Epic Games CEO Tim Sweeney still opposes Microsoft’s Universal Windows Platform|