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Tech experts not worried about impending crash, yet

There's no shortage of bubble talk these days, but some of tech's top names don't seem very worried about an impending crash.

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At this year's Code Conference CNBC had the chance to ask some heavy hitters in the tech industry to explain why they think the bubble talk is over-hyped.

"I don't think we are in a tech bubble in the sense that a lot of people think of it where there is some impending crash or something," said Jeff Weiner, CEO of LinkedIn.

"I think that we are always going to see cyclical ups and downs as we continue to largely go up, so I think over the long term we are still in the very early innings for Internet and mobile and for a lot of the tech industry."

Check out what others had to say about valuations and the market in the video.

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