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8 episodes, 4 hours 27 mins
Jyoti Bansal On Waiting 7 Years For His Green Card Before Selling His Business For $3.7 Billion
Jyoti Bansal is the cofounder and founding CEO of AppDynamics which develops application performance management (APM) solutions that deliver problem resolution for highly distributed applications.. He raised over $220 million from top tier investors such as Kleiner Perkins, Greylock, Battery Ventures, or Lightspeed. AppDynamics got acquired by Cisco for $3.7 billion. Jyoti went on to launch his own fund, Unusual Ventures, and his most recent company, Harness, whichis a Continuous Delivery as-a-Service platform for engineering and DevOps teams to release applications into production.
20VC: AppDynamic's Jyoti Bansal on The Sale vs IPO Process with AppDynamics' $3.7Bn Exit & The 3 Simple Things VCs Look For When Investing In Startups
Jyoti Bansalis the former Founder & CEO of AppDynamics, backed to the tune of over $350m in VC funding from the likes of Lightspeed,Greylockand Kleiner Perkins, just to name a few, before it’s ultimate acquisition by Cisco for $3.7Bn. Today, Jyoti is the Founder and CEO of BIG Labs, essentially a laboratory for creating, developing, and launching innovative ideas. The first of these ideas being turned into companies being, Harness.io the industry’s first continuous delivery as a service platform, where Jyoti is the Founder & CEO. As a result of his tremendous success, Jyoti has been a recipient of many leadership awards including, “Best Cloud Computing CEO to Work For,” “Best CEO” by San Francisco Business Times. In Today’s Episode You Will Learn: 1.) How Jyoti made his way from selling farm machinery with his father in India tofounding and selling AppDynamics for $3.7Bn? 2.) How does Jyoti look to buildworld classteams around him? What are the core characteristics and profil...
Sam Altman onhow toget funded byYCombinator 2015 (29)
We work on a standalone app. Please pledge a few bucks - bit.ly/donateaudioknot Thanks! Sam Altman speak about how to get funded by Y Combinator, the danger of some incubators, and other great startup advice. Source: youtube.com/watch?v=kVKaMHgOTP4
Funding the Next Visionaries with Sam Altman, Y Combinator
In this interview Sam Altman outlines the future of Y Combinator. He reveals how the seed accelerator spots founders with potential and the significance it places on formidability. He also explains why Silicon Valley is still the place to do a startup.
Episode 1 - Sam Altman, President of Y Combinator (Interviewed by Tom Giles)
Early-stage tech entrepreneurs face many nuanced problems. Sam Altman shares useful insights gleaned from the many companies incubated through Y Combinator.
Podcast: Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman Episode: #17 Why Customer Love is All You Need w/ Y Combinator's Sam Altman
Published on 31 Jan 2018. Better to have 100 users love you than 1 million that kinda like you. The true seed of scale is love, and you can't buy it, hack it, or game it. Ask Sam Altman, the president of Y Combinator, Silicon Valley's legendary startup accelerator. He knows that a product that's deeply loved -- even by a tiny base of users -- is one that can scale. We also hear an epic story of customer love from Chef Dominique Ansel, famed inventor of the Cronut. Plus cameos from Sara Blakely of Spanx and Aubrie Pagano of fashion line Bow & Drape.
#100 - Sam Altman
Sam Altman expands on ideas that have come up in several of his essays. Specifically: choosing projects, creating value, and finding purpose.Sam’s the president of YC Group and co-chairman of OpenAI. You can find him on Twitter @sama.The YC podcast is hosted by Craig Cannon.***Topics1:25 - From The Days Are Long But The Decades Are Short - Minimize your own cognitive load from distracting things that don’t really matter. It’s hard to overstate how important this is, and how bad most people are at it.3:50 - Stepping back and evaluating your work5:30 - Creating metrics for your projects6:30 - Taking a year off 9:30 - Figuring out when to commit11:30 - Poker12:30 - From Productivity - Sleep seems to be the most important physical factor in productivity for me. Exercise is probably the second most important physical factor. The third area is nutrition. 15:00 - From You and Your Research by Richard Hamming - "If what you are doing is not important, and if you don't think it is going t...
Sam Altman on Loving Community, Hating Coworking, and the Hunt for Talent
Founders aren’t superheroes, says Sam Altman.They may play extreme sports, respond to emails within seconds, and start billion-dollar companies, but they are rarely the product of extraordinary circumstance. In fact, they tend to be solidly upper-middle class, reasonably smart, and with loving parents. So would Sam fund Peter Parker? What about Bruce Wayne? Tyler and Sam discuss these burning questions and more, including what’s wrong with San Francisco, Napoleon’s underrated skill, nuclear energy, the greatest invention of the Industrial Revolution, his rant against coworking spaces, UBI and AGI, risk and regret, optimism and beauty, and why venture capitalists don’t have superpowers either. Transcript and links Follow Sam on Twitter Follow Tyler on Twitter More CWT goodness: Facebook Twitter Instagram Email
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