In the past, during our previous office trips to many other cities in North America we have tried to find similar tours and we never really found anything like it.”“As this was my first architecture tour with GA I was not certain what to expect and was worried that the tour would be too architecturally centred. Arne did a wonderful job of combining architecturally interesting sites with historical relevant locales, and with city features not readily accessible to the average tourist.”“The selection of projects and their presentation left no question unanswered. The information and presentation materials were excellent.
Building methods and historical, architectural and social context were all presented in a more than satisfactory manner.
In December 2009, the ability to send photos was added to Whats App for the i Phone. Facebook, which was advised by Allen & Co, paid $4 billion in cash, $12 billion in Facebook shares, and (advised by Morgan Stanley) an additional $3 billion in restricted stock units granted to Whats App's founders, Koum and Acton.
By early 2011, Whats App was one of the top 20 apps in Apple's U. At a keynote presentation at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona in February 2014, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said that Facebook's acquisition of Whats App was closely related to the vision.
Whats App, was founded in 2009 by Brian Acton and Jan Koum, both former employees of Yahoo! In January 2009, after purchasing an i Phone and realizing the potential of the app industry on the App Store, Koum started visiting his friend Alex Fishman in West San Jose where the three would discuss "...
having statuses next to individual names of the people", but this was not possible without an i Phone developer.
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Fishman found a Russian developer on Rent ACoder.com, Igor Solomennikov, and introduced him to Koum.
Koum named the app "Whats App" to sound like "what's up".
Koum then hired a friend who lived in Los Angeles, Chris Peiffer, to develop the Black Berry version, which arrived two months later.