YC Partners Kevin Hale and Adora Cheung reflect on Startup School 2019 and share some of our learnings from this year's program. You can find the lecture slides and transcript here: https://www.startupschool.org/videos/80
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YC Partner Eric Migicovsky outlines a framework for asking questions and collecting feedback from your users. You can find the lecture slides and transcript here: https://www.startupschool.org/videos/63 It's not too late to sign up! Register now through August 4th at https://www.startupschool.
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Sam Altman, President of Y Combinator, shares his thoughts on how you can succeed with a startup. You can find the lecture transcript and slides here: https://www.startupschool.org/videos/34 Sign up for Startup School 2019 now at startupschool.org.
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- By Michael Seibel
- Aug 16, 2019
Y Combinator CEO and Partner Michael Seibel on the biggest mistakes first-time founders make. https://twitter.com/mwseibel Y Combinator invests a small amount of money ($150k) in a large number of startups (recently 200), twice a year. Learn more about YC and apply for funding here: https:
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YC Partner and the creator of Gmail, Paul Buchheit in conversation with Geoff describes how he thinks about companies that manage to scale to the ultimate level. Learn more at https://startupschool.org.
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*Description from Goodreads:* Founders at Work: Stories of Startups' Early Days is a collection of interviews with founders of famous technology companies about what happened in the very earliest days. These people are celebrities now. What was it like when they were just a couple friends with an
Lecture Transcript: http://tech.genius.com/William-sydney-walker-lecture-8-doing-things-that-dont-scale-pr-and-how-to-get-started-annotated Lecture 8 features 3 speakers: Stanley Tang, Founder of Doordash, covers How to Get Started. Walker Williams, Founder of Teespring, covers Doing things tha
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A lot of the advice we give startups is tactical; meant to be helpful on a day to day or week to week basis. But some advice is more fundamental. We’ve collected here what we at YC consider the most important, most transformative advice for startups. Whether common sense or counter-intuitive, the gu
Sam Altman, President of Y Combinator, and Dustin Moskovitz, Cofounder of Facebook and Asana, kick off the How to Start a Startup Course. Dustin discusses Why to Start a Startup and Sam introduces the 4 key components of Starting a Startup: Idea, Product, Team and Execution. http://www.slideshare.
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Michael Seibel is a partner and the CEO of YC. He cofounded Justin.tv, which was in the winter 2007 batch and Socialcam, which was in the winter 2012 batch. https://twitter.com/mwseibel In this video Michael comments on his essay Why Should I Start a Startup? https://blog.ycombinator.com/why-shou
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When people ask me for tech career advice I find it helpful to lay out the three paths I’ve encountered most in my career: founder, executive, and employee. I wrote this post though because when I talk to people about their careers I’m surprised at how often they focus on only one of these paths wit
Michael Seibel is a partner and the CEO of YC. He cofounded Justin.tv, which was in the winter 2007 batch and Socialcam, which was in the winter 2012 batch. https://twitter.com/mwseibel In this video Michael comments on his essay One Order of Operations for Starting a Startup https://blog.ycombin
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