My experience comes from being a start practitioner, startup board member, postmortem editor and all around curious guy. Let’s fill in some gaps.
-1- Gap #1: The ABCs of startup.
There is an a, b, c series at Stanford. Yes, the famous CS 183(a), #cs183b and #cs183c. There are so many gaps that I needed more than all the letters of the alphabet combined. #cs183a34z.
Gaps and more gaps.
-2- Mark Suster has gaps in his prolific blogging effort. Mainly, how he, Mark Suster, crossed the chasm TWICE.
— Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang) March 20, 2017
-3- See Mark Suster’s basecamp blog post
-4- Chasms kill startups dead a lot of the time
The Geoffrey Moore book series* has been extrapolated. If you read all of Moore’s books, you would agree with my “Cross the Chasm FROM THE RIGHT” theorems.
|Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang)|
-7- The perfect summer in Silicon Valley means taking Tom Kosnik’s #ENGR145 class (costs $10k) and then getting your Return on Investment (ROI) before class even starts.
You. Have. A. Gap.
Whip out your moleskin notebook and start to get that $10,000 you’re gonna need for summer 2017 before you even set foot in Silicon Valley. Start taking notes on two videos