A computer programmer, Richard, develops a computer algorithm that compresses files like no other. Richard lives in a house full with programmers and works for a computer company called Hooli. When Richard shows his idea off, Gavin Belson, head of Hooli, offers him 10 million. While another billionaire offers him 200,000 for 5% of his company. Richard has to figure out whether he wants to sell his company right off, or stay with it and use the funding from Peter Gregory.
Did You Know?
The phrase "making the world a better place" makes its debut - twice. Javeed says that Goolybib is MTWABP..."through constructing elegant hierarchies for maximum code re-use and extensibility." Gavin Belson (on the Hooli shuttle video) says that Hooli is MTWABP..."through minimal message-oriented transport layers." See more
The product of the hexadecimal numbers 9 and F is 87 (135 in decimal, as F has a value of 15), not what is presumably F5 ("fleventy-five") as Erlich said. See more
[regarding the mansion they're visiting
Fucking Goolybib, man. Those guys build a mediocre piece of software that might be worth something someday, and now they live here. Money flying all over Silicon Valley but none of it ever seems to hit us.
Reel 12 Break 2
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