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by Jessica Livingston
Author: Jessica Livingston
Publisher: Oreilly & Associates Inc; 1 edition (January 1, 2001)
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Jessica Livingston is a founding partner at Y Combinator, a seed-stage venture firm based in Cambridge . The book has the same interview format as Programmers at Work, this time mainly with web startup founders from the 1995-2005 period.
Jessica Livingston is a founding partner at Y Combinator, a seed-stage venture firm based in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and Mountain View, California. She was previously vice president of marketing at investment bank Adams Harkness. In addition to her work with startups at Y Combinator, she organizes Startup School (ww. tartupSchool. There is some overlap with similar individuals interviewed in Programmers at Work, such as Dan Bricklin, Steve Wozniak, and Mitch Kapor.
Jessica Livingston is one of the founding partners of the startup . Founders at Work (2007) is a revealing look at what went on in the early days of over 30 influential US startups.
Jessica Livingston is one of the founding partners of the startup accelerator Y Combinator, which has advised and invested in a number of successful startups including Dropbox and Airbnb. In 2015, she became a financial backer for OpenAI, a nonprofit dedicated to the responsible and safe development of artificial intelligence.
How wonderful it would be if you could know what all the gods of silicon valley went through when they were in their early stages. Founders at Work" is a collection of many short stories that give you an insight to the early stages of many successful entrepreneurs.
Founders at Work: Stories of Startups’ Early Days. Trademarked names may appear in this book. Distributed to the book trade worldwide by Springer-Verlag New York, In. 233 Spring Street, 6th Floor, New York, NY 10013.
57 quotes from Jessica Livingston: 'Over the years, I've learned that the first idea you have is irrelevant. It's just a catalyst for you to get started. Then you figure out what's wrong with it and you go through phases of denial, panic, regret. And then you finally have a better idea and the second idea is always the important one. ― Jessica Livingston, Founders at Work: Stories of Startups' Early Days. the less energy people expend on performance, the more they expend on appearances to compensate. Jessica Livingston, Founders at Work: Stories of Startups' Early Days.
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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. Format Paperback 488 pages. Jessica Livingston is a founding partner at Y Combinator, a seed-stage venture firm based in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and Mountain View, California.
Founders at Work: Stories of Startups' Early Days (2007) is a book written by Jessica Livingston composed of interviews she did with the founders of famous technology companies concerning what happened in their early years. Max Levchin - PayPal. Sabeer Bhatia - Hotmail. Steve Wozniak - Apple Computer. Dan Bricklin - Software Arts. Ray Ozzie - Iris Associates, Groove Networks. Evan Williams - Pyra Labs (Blogger.
Founders at Work recounts the early struggles for independence and acceptance of many of modern technology’s giants, through personal interviews that are at times hilarious, at times painful, and always inspiring. As human-interest stories they will interest the same audience that enjoys reading about the Google founders in PEOPLE magazine. These stories are exceptionally interesting, because they're about the early stages, when the founders were younger and inexperienced. Most readers know startup founders only as confident millionaires. As novices trying to find their way by trial and error, they're more human, and easier for the reader to identify with.