Zuckerberg gets reflective on life, love, Facebook at F8 conference

Washington, May 1: In his closing remarks at the F8 conference, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg talked about his life, love and the company he co-founded a decade ago.

Addressing the crowd of developers who had gathered at the conference, Zuckerberg said that it was a reflective period for him personally.

He said that Facebook just reached its 10th anniversary as a company, adding that he had recently celebrated the 10-year anniversary of when he met his wife for the first time.

Zuckerberg said that the culmination of major life events made him think about what’s really important: family, Facebook, and philanthropy, CNET reports.

He also praised Facebook’s developer community and personally thanked them for their support to the company.

Zuckerberg said that the culmination of major life events made him think about what’s really important: family, Facebook, and philanthropy.

He also praised and thanked the Facebook’s developer community for their support to the company.

Zuckerberg said that his goal for the company’s culture over the next 10 years is to build a culture of loving the people that it serves. (ANI)