Guillermo Rauch is the founder and CEO of Vercel, a cloud platform that powers some of the biggest names on the internet, like Patreon, Ebay, Netflix and Adobe.
Guillermo has an incredible founder story– he began coding at age 10, dropped out of high school and moved from his native Argentina to San Francisco as a teenager. He’s also the creator of several major open source projects and a Dual Threat CEO who runs his own solo VC firm, Rauch Capital.
In this episode, Guillermo and I discuss the future of web development, the significance of user experience, and the rise of developer-first companies. We also explore the world of open-source business models and AI's impact on data interactions.
Guillermo shares his unique personal journey and some thought-provoking insights on health, the immigrant experience and even a few conspiracy theories.
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