Computer Science Candidates in Toronto

by Larry Chiang on August 26, 2014

By Larry Chiang 
Toronto recap.

Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang)
“Hacker Founders of Toronto”
Aug 12. 6:30
Check it out! on.fb.me/1A7ok4b
tel:1 (416)869-1600

ENGR 145′s a business class for computer science majors that is free online using YouTube videos.
Is a bit ly I memorized that links to
What They Don’t Teach in Business School about Entrepreneurship


What STRAMGT 588 Class Will Teach

by Larry Chiang on August 22, 2014

Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Attendee… 

By Larry Chiang
In a similar vein to ENGR 145…, I recommend that you pre-read and pre study stramgt588 before you take it.
Either at USC or Stanford
I revealed the revelation that ENGR 145 is four books, 3 blog posts http://www.duck9.com/blog/stanford-engineering/engr145
And two videos:

I studied every class in engineering school before I took it like 4x. Now, Engineering 145 is the focus CNN iReport video blog. “What They Don’t Teach You at Business School” So please pre study STRAMGT588.

This is a blog post that levers my time at Lincoln Junior High. It’s concept of P.Q.R.S.T.


Mrs Bassetto taught that to me at Lincoln Junior High.

I used PQRST to pre study an MBA before I went to Wharton in Philly. I used PQRST to ace ENGR 145. Let us PQRST and pre-study “TRAMGT588″ (It should be STRAMGT 588)

Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang)

The class is taught by Susan and Steve.

Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang)
I’m forking #engr145‘s feed Re #TRAMGT588
By forking I, Larry Chiang, split out TRAMGT588 out from ENGR145.
By the way, it should be STRAMGT588, STRAMGT 588. But I’ll keep with the previous forked out hashtag #TRAMGT588
[{ Remember GSB. A hashtag isn't the old Chris Messina version of a hashtag that tags conversation on social media. It's a Stanford Engineering'd hashtag.
A Stanford Engineering'd hashtag is a subroutine}
So the idea is that you use the hashtag to execute your boss' strategy using signature business recipes. So that all y'all execute]

Do teach:

Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang)

It’ll be 80% existing content and 20% new.

The 80% will be in the Stanford book store Sept 22. The 20% will appear in the version of a Blake Masters set of notes (He’s SLS and crashed a CS class called CS 183. His national bestseller launches September at Fashion Week cc Peter Thiel)
It was to appear at SXSW (but got turned down by sxsw. So now it’s September)
Fifty Two Cards and two “Jokers”… “What They Did Teach You at Stanford Engineering” summer 2010
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Founder of “What They Don’t Teach at Business School” for CNN iReport: http://ireport.cnn.com/people/larrychiang
Author, NY Times Bestseller
“What They Will NEVER Teach You at Stanford Business School about EUTWMPPM @SXSW” comes out 11-11-14
52 Cards. Two Jokers. What They DO Teach You at Stanford Engineering
Emergency swings and cutting deals as an 9 year old


Tweet of the Week from Larry (@6502838008)

August 22, 2014

CEO of Duck9, Larry (@6502838008) 8/18/14, 11:00 AM Lol @LarryChiang @CoryBooker Re sept 13 football @GoStanford vs USC Download the official Twitter app here ENGR145′s two anchor videos move you to the right on the entrepreneur bell curve  http://bit.ly/buster14512v  Is a bit ly I memorized that links to CEO of Duck9 Stanford University’s Founding EIR (Entrepreneur […]

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What They Dont Teach This Year at GSB (but did 2011)

July 31, 2014

By Larry Chiang    I just batch uploaded 1 new photo to the album ‘Gua Gua Guacamole Re Business Model’ using @iLoader. Check it out! http://on.fb.me/1rTpiQi Larry Chiang, “this is an extract of a book I read at Waze”. So, I took page 172 and extrapolated a sequel book. Then I read the book that […]

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SXSW, Yoga Jounal, Jivamukti, Cash, SELF-fund SXSW

July 22, 2014

Larry Chiang gets a lot done at parties and has a JBA (Jedi in Business Administration) and after a Harvard event, they wrote: “What They Don’t Teach You at Stanford Business School“. He taught an entrepreneurship class at Stanford University and parties with a purpose   NAPA, CALIF. By Larry Chiang Disclosure:By Larry Chiang Larry, […]

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7 Best Silicon Valley Entrepreneur Experiences

July 14, 2014

Filed in Starts and “Entrepreneur Experiences” Summer in the San Francisco Bay Area is Filled with Low Cost Events by Larry Chiang, Yahoo Contributor Network Event curation is something of a hobby for me. I pay attention to entrepreneur themed events and pattern recognize the best events for founders. Many people are envious of the […]

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I’m Not The Founder of Quora

June 20, 2014

By Larry Chiang One friend had an issue with Amex, and all of a sudden Larry  Chiang Quora  Auto-fills on google FYL I’m not the founder of Quora. Heck, I’m barely a founder of Duck9 Need an AmEx Starwood credit card?http://www.quora.com/What-credit-score-is-needed-for-an-AmEx-Starwood-credit-card ENGR145′s Anchor Concept: Lemonade and Gua Gua Guacamole  It moves you to the right […]

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Just-In-Time-Checklist for a Fired Founder

April 23, 2014

By larry chiang I read a couple things that I’ll summarize for you, founder of A Company you just got fired from. The book, “CHECKLIST MANIFESTO” – when a plane is stalling out. P172 talks about having the pilot refer to an effen checklist. CUT FUEL REDUCE THROTTLE HEAT UP FUEL. (don’t forget to fly […]

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Start at Product Market Timing

April 16, 2014

By Larry Chiang I can’t help but to DJ solution. Like a male that hears a problem, I wanna solve it with something I read. A book I read is typically someone else’s life’s work. I read fast. For example, I did a book report at Harvard called “Fifth Epiphany”. There is no book called […]

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FAVORITED McKinsey Global Institute and Eric Ries

April 14, 2014

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. McKinsey Interview: McKinsey’s Michael Chui Interviews NY Times bestseller, Eric Ries. Disruptive technology has placed a cloud over existing companies and their existing models. In this McKinsey video interview, the author of The Lean Startup reveals how upstart engineers inexpensively build a minimum viable product. These entrepreneurs make large organizations realize that they lack the countermeasures… […]

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