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“Seattle area 15-year-old sells startup to ActiveState”

Daniil Kulchenko

Paul Kulchenko

GeekWire reports:

“Some entrepreneurs wait a lifetime to experience the thrill of selling their startup companies. Daniil Kulchenko, a Seattle area high school student, accomplished that milestone at the age of 15. Kulchenko today announced that he’s sold his startup, a cloud-based computing company known as Phenona, to Vancouver, B.C.-based ActiveState in a deal of undisclosed size.”

Daniil is the son of UW CSE graduate student Paul Kulchenko, known for the development of SOAP::Lite and for a robot that juggles ping pong balls.

Read the GeekWire post – a great article – here.  Daniil also is featured in the GeekWire podcast, here – and a transcript re-post here.

June 16, 2011