The startup that I've been part of for more than a year has launched this week : Automatic - Your Smart Driving Assistant. It's a hardware device + mobile app + cloud combination that helps you save money by helping you drive in a more fuel-efficient way, monitor your car engine's health, automatic call to … Continue reading Automatic launched this week
A passionate excerpt from the "How I braved Anu Aunty and made a million-dollar company" brought out wonderful nostalgia.
I just read an amazing book called "Start-up Nation" that talks about how Israel grew its economy 50 times in the past 60 years by a combination of government, army, entrepreneurism and culture.
Product management lessons learned from freelancing for Joshua Schachter (well known as the founder of the del.icio.us bookmarking service)
I’ve been a long-time reader of Ramit Sethi – I love his irreverent approach to money which has influenced me positively. About a year and a half ago, he launched the Earn1K program and I was immediately curious about it. Having failed to run a business once, I thought this was a great way to … Continue reading Freelancing
Today is my last day at Infibeam.
Everyday I get emails from readers of my books and makes me wonder whether I am continuing to make that kind of impact.
Lots of people have been asking how isbn.net.in works, so I rewrote that weekend hacked-up code into something nice on top of Rails 3 and other goodies.
In response to my last article, there was a LOT of discussion about the real reasons why Indian startups struggle to hire, which I'm coalescing into a few core thoughts.
I've heard the "Why can't I hire good people for my startup?" question *so* often, almost on a daily basis these days... is there a solution?