Not every financier is a twentysomething developer living in Silicon Valley.
Ask the average Silicon Valley twentysomething if they’ve ever considered founding a company, and fortunes are–they’ve already started one. If not, they’ll almost certainly know someone else who has. They’re probably aware of a whole host of people involved in founding and funding the Valley’s vibrant startup community. Ever since Bill Hewlett and David Packard began working on their audio oscillator in the world’s most famous garage, the San Francisco Bay Area has been synonymous with tech invention. Tech entrepreneurship is in its DNA, and that’s how the rest of the world construes it.
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