I found the two programs to be immensely useful for first-time entrepreneurs like me, but it's unfortunate that you need to be in the top 10% (acceptance rate) to get access to their resources.
I want to share with you what I've learned from the two programs, and more! Basically, everything I know about bootstrapping and running a startup.
Note: A good incubator/accelerator will give you access to mentors, partnerships and startup benefits (e.g. free AWS credits). You should really consider joining one at some point in time.
A bit about myself and my teaching style: I'm an engineer. I'm an optimist by nature, but a skeptic at the same time. I like to give analogies and concrete examples. The course will be conducted online.
I'm not exactly altruistic. By teaching you, I'm forcing myself to recall what I have learned, and to put everything in a concise and structured form, so I can refer to it from time to time (I'm still running a startup myself!). There's more than one way to skin a cat, and the one I'll be teaching you is what *I* think is good, since ultimately I'll use this as a template for myself for future ventures.
If you're interested, please sign up below to be notified when the course starts. Questions? Shoot me at email@example.com.