Did you know that a Bangladeshi was behind the establishment of YouTube?

YouTube is now a billion dollar's platform. From Tech Tutorials and Funny Videos to Creating Beauty Tips Video Many people earn billions of money from YouTube. But did you know that there was a Bangladeshi behind this video sharing platform? Maybe you know, if you do not know, then now know that this Bangladeshi origin, the Meritorious young born in Germany, named Jawed Karim.
Jawed Karim
Jawed Karim
In 2004, Jawed Karim joined his friend American citizen Chad Meredith Hurley and Chinese citizen Steven Shih Chen in a dinner party. They catch videos in their parties funs to share with their friends.

But they fell victim to sharing. Because, it was not possible to share large files on mobile. Then they got a video sharing website idea on their mind. Since three friends were involved with technology, that year they started the development of website development. And next year, that is, in the year 2005 YouTube was published and in the long run YouTube has many interesting and informative information.

Interestingly, the first video shared on YouTube was also Jawed Karim. A few days before Youtube went live online he went on a weekend and recorded an 18-second video. After YouTube was released, he uploaded the clip on YouTube. Take a look at Jawed Karim's first video of the uploaded YouTube.

The first video of YouTube:

Jawed Karim's father's name was Naimul Karim, he was working as a researcher in Germany. In Kristin, German citizen and biochemistry scientist, his relationship with Christine was developed and they got married. And Jawed Karim came to the world in 1979 across his lap. In 1992, Jawed Karim came to America with his parents.

He became addicted to technology at the University of Saint Paul Central High School. After all, he was admitted to Computer Science at the University of Illinois at the University of American and completed double graduation. After finishing his studies, he joined PayPal, and there he became a friend of friendship and friendship with two other co-founders of YouTube.

Some history about Jawed Karim Career

In 1998, Jawed served an Internship at Silicon Graphics Inc., worked on 3D voxel data management for very large data sets for volume rendering, including the data for the Visible Human Project. While working at PayPal, he met Chad Hurley and Steve Chen . The three later founded the YouTube video sharing website in 2005. YouTube's first-ever video, Me at the zoo , was uploaded by Jawed Karim on 23 April 2005.

After co-founding the company and developing the YouTube concept and website with Chad Hurley and Steve Chen, Karim enrolled as a graduate student in computer science at Stanford University while acting as an adviser to YouTube.

When the site was introduced in February 2005, Karim agreed not to be an employee and simply be an informal adviser, and that he was focusing on his studies. As a result, he took a much lower share in the company compared to Hurley and Chen.

Because of his smaller role in the company, Karim was mostly unknown to the public as the third founder until YouTube was acquired by Google in 2006.

Despite his lower share in the company, the purchase was still large enough that he received 137,443 shares of stock, worth about $64 million based on Google's closing stock price at the time.

In October 2006, Jawed Karim gave a lecture about the history of YouTube at the University of Illinois' annual ACM Conference entitled YouTube: From Concept to Hyper-growth . In his lecture, he mentioned Wikipedia as being an innovative social experiment. Karim returned again to the University of Illinois in May 2007 as the 136th and youngest Commencement Speaker in the school's history.

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