The myth of the tech whiz who quits college to start a company
Michael Goodwin / January 12, 2015 / hbr.org
Tech founders are in the news daily and as it would appear, they all seem to fit the same three criteria: they are young, technically trained, and have graduated from a prominent local university with some sort of science, technology or engineering degree, afterall Bill gates and Mark Zuckerberg fit this criteria and they are two of the most successful tech entrepreneurs ever.
Endeavor Insight, would beg to differ though. After studying the New York City tech sector, the results found were completely different than what was expected.