It’s been a few years since Instagram made its mark, and it’s been more than a decade since the company was a major player in the photography world.
And the company still isn’t done with it.
In this week’s episode of the HuffPost Podcast, the company’s CEO and co-founder, Kevin Systrom, talks about the lessons learned from its first few years and why it was the right move for Instagram.
“We decided to go with an architecture that was different, a structure that was a little bit more decentralized,” Systrom said.
“I think that’s really a very smart thing to do.
Because you don’t want to be like Facebook.
We’re all in this together.”
The podcast will continue with a special segment called “What’s the most important thing to Instagram?” at 3 p.m.
And don’t miss our full interview with Systrom on Friday at 3:30 p.M.
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We’ll talk about the challenges Instagram faced as it evolved, how Instagram is still the most popular photo sharing site, how to build a good mobile app and more.
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