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Moyu Renjie, an airborne executive of Tencent, first proposed to move the company to Antarctica!

via:博客园     time:2021/4/1 17:07:08     readed:91

Today is April 1, 2021, also the annual April Fool's day.

According to the usual practice, the major Internet manufacturers will bring some interesting news, although mainly for entertainment, but there is no lack of revealing a lot of real information.

According to Tencent, Moyu (Yu Renjie) graduated from Northwest University of technology with a master's degree in torpedo guidance, and has a profound insight into the interaction psychology and logic of man-machine, animal machine and machine machine. After graduating in 2011, he joined Tencent and first proposed to move the company's headquarters to Antarctica, which is a major idea for the consideration of ecological environment.

During the epidemic in 2020, as a member of Tencent's epidemic fighting team, Moyu (Yu Renjie) comprehensively led the iterative upgrading of R & D and user experience in Tencent conference, health code, online education, smart medical and other fields, and created the time accelerator code on April 1 last year.

Moyu (Yu Renjie) highly agrees with and actively practices Tencent's cultural values. He is upright, resolute and charitable. In the past six years, he has rescued four children from drowning, and has been to Guizhou many times to support Tencent's village project to help farmers get rid of poverty and become rich.

In terms of management, Moyu (Yu Renjie) is good at inspiring and motivating the team and has great charisma. For a long time, its team has maintained the highest record of receiving resumes of Tencent's internal live water system. At the company level, its happy work approach has eliminated at least 41000 potential conflicts between product managers and programmers.

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