Orkut Büyükkökten (born February 6, 1975) is a Turkish software engineer who developed the social networking services Club Nexus, inCircle and Orkut. Orkut Büyükkökten is a former product manager at Google .
This week’s Techie Tuesdays brings you the story of Orkut Büyükkökten, the man who never stopped loving people and believed in the power of technology to bring people together. He was bullied as...
Orkut Büyükkökten, a Turkish software engineer, developed it as an independent project while working at Google. While previously working for Affinity Engines, he had developed a similar system, InCircle, intended for use by university alumni groups.
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Büyükkökten said that focusing around common interests is what Orkut was all about and can help bring people together as “a vision that changes how the world does social.”
Orkut founder is a Turkish engineer named Orkut Büyükkökten. Orkut was Google’s first step towards social media and it was extremely successful. Orkut was launched in the year 2004 and had a lot of competitors like Yahoo messenger, skype, etc. Orkut could very easily get ahead of all the competitors.
Orkut Büyükkökten, a Turkish programming engineer, created it as an autonomous undertaking while at the same time working at Google. While already working for Affinity Engines, he had built up a comparative framework, InCircle, planned for use by college graduated class gatherings.
· Dec 16, 2022 As redes atuais fazem mal, diz Orkut Buyukkokten Engenheiro de dados turco que criou uma das primeiras plataformas sociais do mundo propõe um novo modelo que valorize a relação sadia entre as pessoas: wp.me/pbNOAq-hCYD #PáginasAmarelas #VEJA 8 9 83 Orkut Buyukkokten @orkut · Oct 21, 2020
Orkut Buyukkokten was born on 6th February 1975, in Konya, Turkey. After a year of his birth, the family shifted to Germany and came back to Turkey a few years later. Buyukkokten had already adopted a German accent by then and got admitted in the second standard after they moved back to Turkey.
— Orkut Buyukkokten (@orkut) July 5, 2017 The statement continues: “The world needs kindness now more than ever. There is so much hate online these days, and our options for finding and building real connections are few and far between. “Our online tools should serve us, not divide us. They should protect our data, not sell it.