StartupDigest Reading List – February 3, 2012by StartupDigest on February 4, 2012
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What You Need to Read This Week
By Timothy Lee
An epic rant on how you should stop being intimidated and just build a product you would use.
Buried within the Facebook’s S-1 filing is a personal message from Mark Zuckerberg on Facebook’s hacker culture.
by Thomas Davis
By Brendan Baker
A look at how investors think about risk in a startup from Brendan Baker, who used to work with AngelList and is now with Greylock Partners.
By Mark Suster
Sometimes profits aren’t always the right answer. Here are the tradeoffs between growth and profit and how to decide which path is right for you.
Let’s peak under the hood of Ruby’s run time environment and see how the garbage collector works. While we’re at it, maybe we can help save your application from slowing to a molasses mess.
An in-depth guide to getting an internship at a startup from Alexey, who interned at Facebook, started the PennApps hackathon, and was an engineer for the Israeli Defense Forces.
Love this. We definitely need more articles like this written from a designer’s (and woman’s) perspective.
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