Everything you need to know about Google
Who of us doesn’t know Google, who doesn’t use Google search engines at least once a day, who doesn’t have a smartphone with Google installed, or the company’s operating system.
We’ll move further into this article and into this giant that has become an integral part of our daily lives, sail together through Google’s world and learn some secrets that many don’t know to begin with..
Of course, Google is one of the most important inventions related to Internet technology, but it is one of the most important human inventions in the modern era. Google’s product or search engine runs roughly 4,000 searches per second, 3.5 billion searches per day, and 1.2 trillion searches per year. In fact, Google handles about 70% of all online research, and is the first station for all internet users around the world.
Google’s idea came when it met two students, Larry Page and Sergey Brin, who were studying at Stanford University in California, specifically, who were preparing for a Ph.D. in a research project. In their search, they assumed that a search engine that analyzes the relationships between websites should produce better search results than the methods used at the time.
The methods used at the time categorized the results by the number of times a search term appeared on the page. Larry Page and Sergey Byrne launched a search engine called “BackRub,” which looked at the site’s back links to assess the importance of the site. A small search engine called “Rankdex” was trying to find similar technology.
From Big and Brian’s conviction… The pages that have links to other relevant pages are the pages that are most relevant and relevant to the search process, so that both of them have tested their assumptions as part of their study, and so they’ve laid the cornerstone for their search engine. Applying their expertise through the Stanford University website, using the university’s domain google.stanford.edu.
On September 15, 1997, the domain name google.com was registered as an official link to Google. On September 4th, 1998, an official company was formed and registered under the name Google. It was in the parking lot of a friend of the duo, and of his founders, in Menlo Park, California. The initial funds raised to create Google were $1.1 million.
This included a $100,000 check from the cashier written by Andy Pettiko-Leakim, co-founder of Sun Microsystems (and later obtained by the database giant Oracle).
In March 1999, Google moved its headquarters to Palo Alto, California, in the United States, a city that had seen the start of many companies, and a number of the technologies we use to date, which appeared in Silicon Valley, were released.
(Silicon Valley is famous for its large number of chip and silicon chip developers and integrated circuits, and Silicon Valley currently houses all works of art where the name of the area is synonymous with the term high technology and contributes to one third of the US investment returns)
Back to Google… After expanding rapidly and becoming bigger than the two centers it owned, in 2003 the company leased a series of buildings from Silicon Graphics in Mountain View. Since then, this place has become Google’s permanent headquarters. After purchasing it in 2006 for $319 million, it’s called Google Black.
Google Black Headquarters
Google’s headquarters label comes from a combination of Google and Complex words, to become GooglePlex. one of the finest workplaces in the world for its employees. Blix provides a unique working environment both inside and outside the building to help his staff innovate at work. Google provides its employees with swimming pools next to the company headquarters. It is supervised by a group of professional swimmers and lifeguards to help any employee in danger of drowning.
Google also offers swimming pools that employees can use during breaks, and barbershops that employ a group of hairdressers that Google has contracted to serve its employees. There is also a “gym” and massage center with a professional set of codecs that provide “massage” to employees at any time to ease their stress.
There is also a volleyball field next to headquarters for playing volleyball during breaks, and Google allows its employees to take their dogs during business hours.
Google provides a play area, a place to care for Google employees’ children if they take them to work, and it provides employees with three benefits