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As a feminist, it always made me really frustrated when I saw startups that only had one woman on staff — if they had one at all. He probably also speak on a lot of conferences (see above, “schmoozing”).If your techie travels frequently, expect to be home alone a lot unless you’ve got lots of your own frequent flyer miles to use." Also, maybe you also loved that book/movie/food item, and now you guys have something in common and are going to be watching Foreign Thrillers with Strong Female Leads together forever! " It's a little unorthodox, but anything's better than "Sup?

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Because the reality is that if he is trying to get a startup funded, steal a good engineer from a rival site, or have his whole project bought by Google (the secret dream of every techie), he needs to be very social.

Both the tech guys that I dated were often out at night schmoozing at industry parties or getting fed expensive dinners on a potential investor’s dime. He’ll mostly be around other dudes (hence the term “techbro”).

After dating two guys who worked at tech startups, I decided that I didn’t want to deal with the specific problems that came with the field anymore.

I was just never going to be compatible with the lifestyle that tends to come with it (kind of like how in my mid-20s I stopped trying to make it happen with musicians).

Jessica was one of them and the other sold his startup and is now some muckety-muck at Facebook.

I’ve a fair amount of time around startup guys (they are for the most part dudes, although not always), and yeah, despite Jezebel’s snarking, is on to something …particularly how a lady will always be number two in a tech dude’s life because “his devotion to his startup rivals Adam Levine’s love for Victoria’s Secret models” and “he’s always working.” Here’s what I would say about dating a dude who works in (ugh, I hate this phrase) “the tech scene”” 1.He’ll have his laptop on his all the time, probably working. That’s fine, but it means you’re going to hear him explain what his startup does 6.13 million times.(This turned out to be of the biggest problems in my relationship with Ex-Mr. There is a distinct possibility he’s broke, or close to broke …Unless he’s launching the startup in his off-hours from a 9-to-5, he’s probably living on very little money while he’s getting the project off the ground.If his startup has gotten funding, it’s probably not a lot at first (and it’s not always certain when the next rounds will come in, or how flush they will be). He’ll be intelligent, but probably kind of a know-it-all. In fact, my ex that works at Facebook now dropped out of our high school so he could start working in tech.

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