You may recall the name Dustin Moskovitz from The Social Network: The noble programmer played by Joseph Mazzello who says all of five words in the entire film.
But tech circles in Santa Monica — and perhaps anyone who saw the movie more than once — recognize the strapping Screech doppelganger to the left as the co-founder of Facebook.
Moskovitz and partner Justin Rosenstein were very busy during their time at Facebook, balancing their social media responsibilities while building a task-managing prototype called Asana. After a successful test run on Facebook the developer duo left Mark Zuckerberg's team, opening Asana to the public as a web startup to call their own.
Pretty boring stuff, right? Emerging from the shadows of a groundbreaking online platform with a glorified to do list is far from a Hollywood script. But Moskovitz and Rosenstein aren't in the business of inspiring Aaron Sorkin, they're in the business of changing the way we handle our business.
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