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Elon Musk asks if ‘anyone’ knows coding

Elon Musk is now left with insufficient staff and is looking for any employees at the company who knows coding. 

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Elon Musk is now left with insufficient staff and is looking for any employees at the company who knows coding.

He sent emails to the Twitter team asking the staff who was able to do the technical work. According to an Insider report, the billionaire asked the employees if there is “anyone who actually writes software and knows coding” requesting them to meet him.

Musk tried to cooperate with those working remotely.

“If you’re working remotely, please email the request below nonetheless and I will try to speak to you via video,” he wrote in another email quoted by Insider. “Only those who cannot physically get to Twitter HQ or have a family emergency are excused. These will be short, technical interviews that allow me to better understand the Twitter tech stack.” the email read.

He added that he would appreciate it if employees would fly to San Francisco to meet in person, telling them that he would be at the headquarter till midnight and “back again the next morning”.

The e-mails are evidence of the chaos at Twitter since Musk took over this month.

Sources who chose to stay anonymous told Insider that some departments of the company had no employees at all.

The communication department, recruiters, and finance and accounting departments were hit the hardest.

He has taken multiple controversial steps triggering hashtags like “#RIPTwitter” predicting that Twitter will end soon.

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