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Computer scientist, essayist, entrepreneur, venture capitalist, and author. He is best known for his work on the programming language Lisp, his former startup Viaweb (later renamed Yahoo! Store), cofounding the influential startup accelerator and seed capital firm Y Combinator, his blog, and Hacker News. He is the author of several computer programming books, including: On Lisp (1993), ANSI Common Lisp (1995), and Hackers & Painters (2004). Technology journalist Steven Levy has described Graham as a "hacker philosopher".
President at Y Combinator. Founder, Imagine K12. Angel Investor.
Samuel H. "Sam" Altman (born April 22, 1985) is an American entrepreneur, investor, programmer, and blogger. He is the CEO of OpenAI.
Paul T. Buchheit is an American computer engineer and entrepreneur who created Gmail. He developed the original prototype of Google AdSense as part of his work on Gmail. He also suggested Google's former company motto "Don't be evil" in a 2000 meeting on company values. That motto was initially coined in 1999 by engineer Amit Patel.
Working on projects that help humanity thrive: @asana (co-founder), @GoodVentures, @vicariousai. Previously @facebook (co-founder).
Partner at @ycombinator. Works on @startupschool! Find
Co-founder at @GustoHQ. Optimist. Family guy.
Form follows function. Working on something new. Previously co-founder/CEO of @Teespring.
cofounder @doordash, stanford '14