A student rides a bicycle on the campus of Stanford University in Palo Alto, California. (David Paul Morris/BLOOMBERG)

Ideas@Innovations has teamed up with The Washington Post’s On Leadership to cover start-ups new and old in the Valley and the Bay. We are on location in California to interview some of the area’s leading innovators. We will be providing coverage of those interviews throughout the week along with other analysis of the Valley as it relates to other regions.

Silicon Valley has been a hub of job creation — much of which has occured at companies with in­cred­ibly high valuations in both the primary and secondary markets. These companies have changed the landscape of the Web and personal computing even as the president and Congress seek to find a compromise on legislation to spur job creation.

If you are in Silicon Valley this week, tell us what you find interesting or innovative. We look forward to your feedback.

Tweet — We’re in California with @post_lead. Let us know what #SiliconValley #innovation interests you.

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