I came across a blog post today by Connor Murphy on the different approaches to fundraising for your startup. It made me think of the vast amount of resources for tech entrepreneurs today, compared to 1999, when I started my startup journey. I sometimes wonder whether the naivete, that was a result of how clueless I was about what it would be like to start a tech business, was a factor in my decision.
In any case, if you are a rookie tech founder, there's a ton of intelligence, advice and anecdotes available for you out there. One of the better resources is YCombinator's Sam Altman's class at Stanford titled "How to Start a Startup". He tapes his class sessions and posts them on Youtube. I would highly recommend investing a few days in digesting his content.