Andy Freeman wrote code for decades at some of Silicon Valley’s largest and smallest companies for a wide range of applications, from hardware design and boot firmware through controlling computation at data-center scale.
A few years ago, Andy stopped programming and started sourcing and managing deal flow for angel groups. He soon discovered that he has a knack for helping early-stage companies with their pitches, business, and product management. (He’s trying to convince such companies to let him do sales calls.)
Andy helps run EE380 at Stanford, where he earned degrees in both Electrical Engineering and Computer Science.