Along with the news that Reddit was spinning out into an independent company last September, the community-curated site also said it was searching for a new CEO.
That new CEO started the job today. Yishan Wong comes to Reddit with an engineering and management background; his last position was Director of Engineering for Facebook.
In a blog post, Wong writes that he was shocked to learn he got the position because even though he had worked at startups and managed large teams of engineers, he didn't have previous CEO experience.
"At first, I didn't really quite believe … Read more