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 (www.StartupSchool.org). She has a bachelor's degree in English from Bucknell University in Lewisburg, Pennsylvania.
Good book, but a very heavy concentration on hardcore software companies. Probably a reflection of the type of companies which gained success prior to the current consumer... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Raghav Bhandari
The purest, fundamental advice that deals with entrepreneurship.
There should be an AP test on this where you place out of MBA classes. Read more
A few chapters did not live up to a 5-star rating. Overall really good!Published 2 months ago by Julien
The book is easy to understand. It talked about the different founders in the Book. It is exciting going to chapter to chapter.Published 4 months ago by Christopher Glines
An interesting book. It's a little bit of "Inside Baseball" but if you like tech that's fine.Published 5 months ago by Richard Newton