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Extremely well written and easy read, as Randall Stross writes in his own unique style.
How the YC program works, in great detail (what advice is offered, how to raise money, how these companies should deal with investors, etc.).
It also means I got to learn some really interesting things myself about the other companies in my "batch".
Great brief information for all startups and angel investors.Published 1 month ago by burak buyukdemir
Extremely well written and easy read, as Randall Stross writes in his own unique style. I enjoyed it even more than I did his last book eBoys. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Suvendu Mahapatra
This is an excellent book about what seems to me an amazing organization. Paul Graham must be a rare human being and what he and his colleagues have created speaks brightly from... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Lefteris
You find chapter headings like "CRAZY BUT NORMAL", "WHAT'S UP?" . Its written in a nice way and I would recommend it to anyone who is involved with a start-up. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Ransith Fernando
If you are in the way of building a startup this book is a must. I felt related with a lot of the situations of these founders, they doubts and challenges.Published 8 months ago by Braulio Chavez
Author is a bit full of himself and the importance of San Francisco. The information is basic, however it is a good picture of the mind of Northern California Venture Capitalists.Published 9 months ago by Joseph Unger
This book is an excellent account of the journey that a batch of y-combinator startups take as they progress through the program. No part of this book was boring. Read morePublished 12 months ago by S. Jamal
I really like a lot the way the author takes us on a journey of what a batch at Y combinator is. When reading this book I actually could imagine how some things happen inside YC... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Sergio