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reader

Thanks for your insights.

Shantanu

Good post Vineet. I will put a link on my blog.
Heres my summary of some of the points from other sources: http://global-themes.com/how-to-become-a-vc/

Bellhearst

Interesting that you mentioned Vietnam. Private equity in Vietnam is heating up and hot.

Punit Soni

Interesting post. I have a similar theme to my journey through VC recruiting (still going on!)

Punit Soni

Interesting post. I have a similar theme to my journey through VC recruiting (still going on!) at http://futurevc.blogspot.com

Nikhil Gupta

This is an awesome article. I read your recommended book "Never Eat Alone". You correctly said, it's the best networking book one can find. I'll read the other book shortly.

michael jones

Investing is the future of humanity. Especially in a venture city where everybody is doing his best to become rich and famous, investing would be the easiest and most profitable way. This is a really good post.

Jason Vu

Nice to hear you mentioned Vietnam as a hot destination.

Scott

Here's another good piece of info: http://newportventuregroup.blogspot.com/

Ron Towns

Thanks for the post. Very intriguing. I'd suggest reading John Assaraf and Murray Smith's new book "The Answer," which relates to many of your posts I noticed. Thanks again. Here's the link: http://www.readtheanswer.com/index.php?rta=blog

John Gannon

I have created a page that aggregates a bunch of the things I learned during the course of my yearlong VC job search in the hopes that others can use it to assist their search. You can find it on my blog at http://johngannonblog.com/vc-careers. I hope this helps.

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