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Batman would like to have you in Gotham – Meet Gaurang Shetty.

By | June 17th, 2018|Categories: App Startup Journeys|

Things to do when you are in your 20's. Be the CEO of an incubation design lab Be the first to set up a FAB LAB Start the first DIY Bio Lab get it supported by CBA-MIT USA. Get titled Changemaker by Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam Be the Head of Facebook - Developer circle Mumbai. Be the biggest Batman Fan. Quite sure this is not on your list to do when you are in your 20's. This, however, is few [...]

Understanding Enterprise Mobile Apps: A Citrix perspective

By | June 3rd, 2018|Categories: App Startup Journeys|

We knew it was coming the moment we saw smartphones taking over our daily lives, it was a matter of time that business took absolute advantage of this technology and stormed ahead. We spoke to one of the pioneers in the business - Providers of enterprise apps. In conversation with the team in Citrix India. This is a brief understanding of enterprise apps. What are enterprise apps? An enterprise application is a business application, obviously. As most people use the [...]


By | May 21st, 2018|Categories: App Startup Journeys|Tags: , , , , , , |

Not the normal Saturday for sure, last Saturday I went for the ' THE BIG BUG THEORY TESTATHON- by Vebbler Technologies'. This was one exciting event and also one that helped testers socialize and well strut their stuff. Vebbler is an upcoming photo-sharing app that enables groups of people to share photos and videos in real-time at parties, holidays, weddings and other occasions.  Imagine clicking that group picture and everyone already has it. No more making a group, loading the [...]

12th Grader creates an App on Motivation.

By | May 15th, 2018|Categories: App Startup Journeys|

When I was done with my 12th I was on crossways about my career, I am sure most of us were. So when I meet a 12th grader who exactly knows what he wants to so, getting his work done,doing his research and has a very clear picture of what lies ahead, I am awestruck. Vatsal Shah is a twelfth grader who developed a Motivational App that's available on Google Play Store. "At a young age I became my family’s [...]

A brief understanding about the Google Developer Student Club with Akshay Nandwana.

By | May 2nd, 2018|Categories: App Startup Journeys|Tags: , , |

The Techforce in India is ever growing and the past few years have seen a humongous rise in the number of people joining in  AI or mobile and web development. Google has realized the need to create skill in the upcoming workforce and thus had announced 'Developer Students Club' summit (DSC) in Goa this year in February. This Club is now going global, at Indonesia and Africa  . The Aim of this summit is to create programs that will make it easy [...]

The perception of a Junior Software developer and what it actually is

By | April 21st, 2018|Categories: App Startup Journeys|

Coming back after a hiatus, I am quite excited to write about this one. This article is about 'EXPERIENCE'. Very often we perceive things to be in a particular manner. As a employee, you think that you know what your CEO's work profile. As a student you think in your college day - this is what I have to do. What we think and the actual reality could be so different.   Meet Kartik Setia, A Software Product Engineer by profession.I [...]

“Coding is like writing a fiction story”

By | March 28th, 2018|Categories: App Startup Journeys|

A colleague recently told me about issues developerS & coders face" I always end up writing the wrong code first and then I realize its a mistake and then I write the right code- everyday story". I am sure we all went through that situation. I ask many of my interviewees about the worst app they worked on, 90%have the same answer "I dont have a worst app , but I wish I could have made my first app better [...]

Switching careers – From Electronics to App Development- Abhishek Raj

By | March 22nd, 2018|Categories: App Startup Journeys|

"This is an important stage of your life, this is where you decide what you will do for the rest of your life" - Mostly everyone around me said this after my HSC OR 12th board exams. One of those milestone years where you are at crossroads of life apparently.You ponder over it , sleepless night, list down your dreams and ambitions etc and then finalize about something. Phew !!! The question is ; really does it matter so much, [...]

“Most developers love kotlin”- Srijith Narayanan

By | March 17th, 2018|Categories: App Startup Journeys|

Its been here for a while now and developers have loved it so far. I speak to a lot of mobile app developers and all of them have the best regards for 'KOTLIN'. As mentioned in an earlier post  ,It’s developed by JetBrains, and the fact that these are the people behind a suite of IDEs, such as IntelliJ and ReSharper, really shines through in Kotlin.It’s pragmatic and concise, and makes coding a satisfying and efficient experience.Kotlin is even more statically typed than Java, which makes [...]

Key Challenges in Mobile App Testing

By | March 14th, 2018|Categories: App Startup Journeys|

In the last few years, the Mobile app industry has grown humongous. The variety of apps and their ability to cater has been varied. To go hand in hand with the change the hardware has also changed dramatically. The different phones and their and ability to unleash an app to its full potential depends on the software. Each and every app is tested under various scenarios, different builds are tested and then an app is out of the oven. The complications in [...]