Sriram Krishnan is an American technologist and software engineer. He is also an investor and general partner at Andreessen Horowitz, a venture capital firm based in Silicon Valley.Sriram grew up in a middle-class family in Chennai. Sriram Krishnan with his father in childhood.As a child, he wanted to become a writer.While studying in college, he virtually met his wife on a Yahoo! chatroom set up for a coding project. A few days later, they met at SRM Engineering College, where they both were studying software engineering. Initially, they became friends, and later, they fell in love with each other.After graduating from SRM Engineering College, Anna University, Sriram relocated to Seattle, Washington, US. He later got settled in San Francisco, California.In 2005, he started working as a program manager for Visual Studio at Microsoft in Redmond, Washington. At Microsoft, he also worked on various APIs and services for the Windows Azure division. After working there for around 6 years, Sriram resigned from his position in May 2011.In 2013, Sriram started working at Facebook (now Meta) as a program manager. As a program manager, he worked on Facebook Audience Network, a competitive platform for Google’s ad technologies. He also created mobile ad products, which later turned into one of the largest networks in display advertising.Subsequently, he held a managerial post at Snap Inc. and lead various revenue product and monetization efforts. He worked at Snap Inc. for around a year. Sriram Krishnan at TechCrunch 2017.Sriram has also worked as a product manager at Yahoo! for a while.Sriram worked at the microblogging and social networking company Twitter as senior director of products from 2017 to 2019. While working there, his job responsibilities included developing a core user experience by redesigning the home page and working on the main timeline of Twitter. Sriram was also responsible for building new UI for the platform, search, and audience growth among other things.