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Steve Jobs, Reid Hoffman, and Stuart Butterfield are the tech rockstars behind Apple, LinkedIn, and Slack, and some of the best programmers the STEM fields have ever known, right? Wrong! Would it surprise you to know that they studied calligraphy, symbolic systems, and philosophy, respectively?
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