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Yammer co-founder impressed by UK technical talent [video]

04 Oct 2012

Yammer co-founder and chief technology officer, Adam Pisoni, talks to V3 about his experiences in founding the business social network, and the journey of bringing a US start-up to London's Tech City. 

Pisoni discusses his approach to building Yammer and the focus he has given to finding the right engineers.

According to Pisoni, London holds a lot of "untapped talent" in the IT product engineering field, although UK engineers often hold misconceptions about what it takes to work in a start-up.

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