Here’s why it’s hard: The nerd perspective is, they don’t need you. ... Because there’s an illustrious track record of engineering-founded companies succeeding, spanning from HP to Facebook, there’s a lot of datapoints that say that a 20-yo Stanford computer science major can do it himself, or at least with his other CS roommates. ... They are not the code monkey. You are the biz monkey.
But this blog is about seed stage, so you really only need the programmer. Take away the MBA and your pitch might look rocky; take away the code and design, and there is nothing to pitch.
I love ads that require BS,MS or PHD in CS (or math?) and then say you should know HTTP and REST.
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