YCrevolution wrote:I don't think the man has spent more than 4 hours away from the phone/computer in the past 72 hours, and he's generally been pretty quick to respond to email questions. He's also the point man for dealing with issues when Symplicity decides that it should make the bidding process more difficult/buggy/opaque. Plus, he actually provides useful bidding advice.
Maybe I just had low expectations given the competency of my undergrad's career services people, but I admit I'm impressed with Donovan. (If only he could guarantee us jobs.)
(emphasis added to YC's words)
He's pretty much done everything but this. He's totally devoted to helping students - and in crunch times like the period leading up to OGI bids, that extends to sacrificing sleep, personal time, lunch, etc. I'm baking him cookies (and maybe I'll get a dog biscuit for Gus).