Mark Zuckerberg early life

Mark Zuckerberg is well-known worldwide, for having industrialized 'Facebook', the most extensively used social networking websites. At a very early age, he was taught how to write computer programs by his father, and teacher David Newman. In high school, he industrialized a music player, 'Synapse', and while still a scholar at 'Harvard University', he presents his website 'Facebook', sideways with college mates Chris Hughes, Eduardo Saverin, Andrew McCollum, & Dustin Moskovitz. Though he was firstly accused by several senior students, of having stolen their knowledge, his site's admiration was not affected. 'Facebook' saw a stable rise in the number of active users per month. The creator kept adding to the platform with facilities like 'Wirehog', 'Beacon' & 'Connect'.

The site started out as a networking stage solitary for 'Harvard University', and then was unlocked for other colleges. Soon, it became obtainable to the general public, and gained extensive popularity for its user-friendly interface. Zuckerberg is currently the chairman and CEO of the corporation 'Facebook, Inc', earning one dollar as his income. His website has made him so widespread that the film ‘The Social Network’ plays the lead Jesse Eisenberg, was made to build on a book, ‘The Accidental Billionaires’, which recognized Mark’s life

Childhood & Early Life

Mark Elliot Zuckerberg was born to Edward, & his wife Karen, in the town of White Plains, NY or New York, on May 14, 1984. Edward was a dentist, while Karen worked as a therapist. The youth boy was brought up in the town of Dobbs Ferry, sideways with siblings Arielle, Randi, & Donna. 

He completed his education from the 'Ardsley High School', New York, & later the 'Phillips Exeter Academy' in New Hampshire, where he showed a flair for astronomy, math, physics, English classical literature, foreign languages. He was also requested to lead the fence team of the 'Phillips Exeter Academy'. 

While in mid school, Mark was taught 'Atari BASIC Program' by his dad in the 1990s. Finally, software programmer David Newman began teaching the young boy the whole thing about programming. 

The clever young child was in high school when he joined with 'Mercy College', to pursue a course in software design. During this time, he industrialized a software called 'ZuckNet' to make a communication network among the computers in his dad's dental office & those at home. 

About the similar time, he forms a music player that was planned to memorize a listener's music choice. The program, called 'Synapse Media Player', was constructed under the banner of a corporation called 'Intelligent Media Group', and was posted to a newscast website, 'Slashdot'.


The promising software developer began joining the 'Harvard University', majoring in psychology and computer science. Through his days at the university, he made programs titled 'Course Match' and 'Facemash'. While 'Course Match' aided students select their courses and choose on study groups, 'FaceMash' was expected for fun, allowing students to select the best face among an assortment of photos.  

In the following semester, in 2004, Mark launched a novel website called ''. He made the social networking site that sideways with friends Chris Hughes, Andrew McCollum, Eduardo Saverin, & Dustin Moskovitz.