A passionate excerpt from the “How I braved Anu Aunty and made a million-dollar company” brought out wonderful nostalgia.
Let me start with a story I had heard about long ago when I was at Adobe. There was this guy who had come in for interviews for a technical role. He passed all the tech interviews with flying colors, the team liked his personality and felt he would fit in well, and the managerContinue reading “The 5-year limit to being a coder in India?”
There are not enough good tech startups in India. And good product management skills seem to be the missing factor.
The irony in this world is that “To get somewhere, you already have to be there.” From an individual perspective: If you want to make money, you need to already have money. To get a job, you need to be one-year experienced and not a fresher. If you’re experienced and want to apply for aContinue reading “To get somewhere, you already have to be there”
I just finished reading “Idli, Orchid and Will Power”, the autobiography of Vithal Venkatesh Kamat. Just a few days back, a friend was telling me that the famous Utility building Kamat restaurant in Bangalore no longer has quality food and hence no longer a popular place. I read this book and it gave the backgroundContinue reading “Idli, Orchid and Will Power”