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Interning At A Start-Up - Part 3

Last week I discussed what it's like to work at a start-up. This week in my presentation to C.S. students I'll discuss what a start-up looks for in you (and next week what you should look for in a start-up). These are two very different questions and both need to be a good fit to insure your success. Both! What Matters Be Professional Before anything else you need to be dependable and collaborative.
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