The new Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal previously joined the platform Twitter in October 2011. He initially joined the team of Twitter as a Distinguished Software Engineer. He has completed his Ph.D. in Computer Science from Stanford University and then joined Twitter. As Parag Agrawal took charge as Twitter’s new CEO now, the headlines hit with the news and so many social media platforms are just talking about it now.
Well, indeed the only post of Twitter CEO is something that is not so easy to achieve and Parag Agarwal has really done a great job. Since the news was available online the celebrations just began in India and all the basic social media users who came across the news were left in a frenzy. Also, it is a true fact that this news has led to a chain of memes taking over so many microblogging sites and that netizens cannot just get enough of it.
Many have also been praisy the memes and now Amul has joined the trend too. Now, Amul has also decided to jump on the bandwagon, of course in its own unique way. Amul has been seen marking the occasion with a cartoon congratulating the Indian-origin CEO of Twitter. The Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey also went to the microblogging site to officially announce that he had resigned from his post.
Along with the immediate effect he was seen informing that he will be succeeded by the 37-year-old IIT Bombay alumnus. The new CEO of Twitter has been working with the tech company as its CTO for years. Many social media users around the world who came across the fact just couldn’t stop gushing on how major tech giants are being led by Indian heads now. Well, there are also many other social media users who couldn’t just stop having some fun with wordplay.
Now, the famous dairy brand too didn’t disappoint the netizens as it joined the trend. Previously, many joked about the journey from Agrawal sweets to tweets and it has been taking the internet by storm for the past few days. Now Amul too started with it, and in their latest topical play with words to cheer for the new Twitter CEO. “Parag Agravaults to the top!” The cartoon showed a man raising a butter toast, while working on a laptop, with a Twitter bird on it.
“Put on a whole tweet toast,” the brand added. Now, Agrawal joined a distinguished list of Indian-American tech bosses, including IBM chairman and CEO Arvind Krishna, Microsoft chairman, and CEO Satya Nadella, Google and Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai, and Adobe chairman, president, and CEO Shantanu Narayen. Before being a part of Twitter, he was involved with research in large-scale data management with collaborators at Microsoft Research, Yahoo! Research, and AT&T Labs.