Mike Abbott Bio, Wiki, Age, Height, Family, Wife, Children, Photos and Net Worth

Mike Abbott is an American general partner at Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers. He was priviously the vice president of engineering at Twitter.

Mike Abbott Biography

Mike Abbott is an American Vice president of engineering at Apple since February 2018, he leads the iCloud service among other platforms, prior to that he was the general partner at Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers. He was also previously the vice president of engineering at Twitter.

Mike Abbott Age

Abbott likes to keep his life private hence it is not known when he was born or when he celebrates his birthday.

Mike Abbott Height

Abbot stands at an estimated height of about 5 feet 9 inches tall.

Mike Abbott Family

Not much is known about Abbott’s family except that his father and grandfather were also engineers and he grew up inthe South Bay area.

Mike Abbott Wife

He is a private person hence no details are available about his whether he is married or has any children. There are no details of past relationship of rumors of being involved with any woman.

Mike Abbott Net Worth

Abbott has an estimated net worth of around $1 million to $5 million which he earned from his career as an engineer.

Mike Abbott
Mike Abbott

Mike Abbott

He earned a bachelor’s degree in biochemistry from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo in 1994 and has completed coursework towards a PhD from the University of Washington.

Abbott started his career in 1994 as a research associate at SRI International. After spending a year and a half working towards his PhD at the University of Washington, he returned to the workforce as a research scientist with GeneTrace Systems.

Abbott then served as an architect/director at USWeb and VP of Engineering and Chief Technical Officer at Electron Economy.

In 2001, he started Composite Software (acquired by Cisco), a data visualization company, from his home office. Abbott then went on to co-found Passenger before serving as General Manager of Microsoft’s .NET services and later leading the webOS software development team at Palm.

In May 2010, Abbott joined Twitter as Vice President of Engineering where he is credited with rebuilding and solidifying Twitter’s infrastructure, growing the engineering team from 80 to more than 350 engineers in less than a year and a half, and scaling Twitter’s architecture to support hundreds of millions of daily tweets.

After a short stint at Benchmark Capital, he joined Kleiner Perkins as a partner on its digital team in December 2011.


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