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October 21, 2008


At least for the silicon valley, a "key programmer" (a director-level software engineer) makes over $200K (salary + bonus) at a large company. Assuming a silicon valley-sized mortgage and a family to feed, a salary under $120K will mean a vast majority of excellent senior engineers will not be able to afford to work for this start-up.

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