Tomorrow we’re taping our second episode of “Ask a VC” where you email in questions and I ask them. Satish Dharmaraj of Redpoint Ventures is the guest. He’s a relatively new VC, having joined Redpoint after making them a lot of money when he sold Zimbra to Yahoo for $350 million– directly without a banker. Yeah, he’s kind of a bad ass.
Dharmaraj doesn’t mince words so expect honest answers. And there are a ton of things Dharmaraj is perfect to talk about including the sell-or-not-to-sell dilemma, his thoughts on the Yahoo drama, whether his copious operating experience is or isn’t that much of an advantage to entrepreneurs he invests in, the future of open source or business software, his angel investing in India, his absurdly tricked out Prius thanks to George Barris of Batmobile fame, and of course any practical questions on pitching Redpoint. (The car is above, see a video I did about it when I was at TechTicker here.)
We’ve already gotten a good number of questions, but to add yours email askavc(at)techcrunch(dot)com.