Remember the post ive write about the YCombinator class at Stanford ?
The infamous class is already online. As i previously wrote, this class has garnered a lot of attention because of the band of lecturer which are some of the top name in Silicon Valley ranging from Peter Thiel to Facebook’s Dustin Moskowitz. Been waiting for this to be uploaded since and it was my first thing in to do in my mind while i was on the way back to Jakarta. The lecture has been going only for two weeks so its not that late to catch up.
Ive watched the first lecture and it was great. Sam Altman’s talked about foundation principles on building a startup. Theres lot of insightful gems such as how to determine what is a great idea, how to execute the ideas to product and the importance of mission in a startup. It was relatively easy to digest and Sam Altman gave a lot of real life example on Google, Pinterest, Airbnb and other Y Combinator’s alumni.
He posted the course transcript and the full video on his personal website. A must watch for everyone who interested in startups, tech scene and business in general .
Additional resources for this class:
- Discussion group on Facebook
- English subtitled videos on DotSUb
- Annotated transcript of the lecture on Tech Genius