I have taken a spot but wanted to check first that this is appropriate considering I'm not a recent graduate. However I feel like one because I've recently started to learn ruby on rails with a view to build my own app, to have a detailed, low level understanding of the language and framework.
This being said I am applying to Y Combinator and I am looking for a mentor that can guide me in building this as well as under/graduate ruby developers to co-found this concept with me. The deadline is the 28th and I'm actually keen to see if we can
Identify that potentially world changing individual before then.
I truly believe with the right team we can change the world. If my having graduated in 2004 means a more recent graduate should take priority and take my spot then I understand. Please let me know your thoughts.
All the best,
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On 9 Mar 2012, at 19:06, Anji Conroy <[address removed]> wrote:
Just a quick update to let you know that the 12 spots have now gone but due to popular demand we have opened up a further 10 spaces at the Meet A Mentor event at King's College London on Wednesday 14th March at 6:30pm.
Do let me know if you'd like more information about the event.
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