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About Palme Biju

My name is Palme Biju. I am a marketing person at heart who also has a journalism background. Having worked for 4 - 5 years in an industry that creates Mobile Apps, CRM platforms ,ERP solutions, web designs etc I wanted to combine all that together. I am using this space to talk about start up companies that have made it big now, promoting entrepreneurs and their values. Technical methods used to deliver end products by various companies. I am reviewing a mobile applications here too. PS:Email me at palme@appachhi.com if you like to get published .
17 03, 2018

“Most developers love kotlin”- Srijith Narayanan

By | March 17th, 2018|Categories: App Startup Journeys|0 Comments

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 [...]

14 03, 2018

Key Challenges in Mobile App Testing

By | March 14th, 2018|Categories: App Startup Journeys|0 Comments

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 [...]

1 03, 2018

Top Three reasons for App Abandonement

By | March 1st, 2018|Categories: App Startup Journeys|0 Comments

 Retaining users for your mobile application is one area that a lot of brands struggle with. The reasons for deleting an app can vary from personal reason to app-related reasons. Increasing competition has also played a crucial role in retaining an app in our mobile phones. According to a study made by localytics in  2016 , 23% of users abandoned an app after one use. Roughly one year later they found the number has grown to 24% of users. We were [...]

20 02, 2018

Story of a Google Fanboy- Cyril Pillai

By | February 20th, 2018|Categories: App Startup Journeys|0 Comments

I am a Google Fanboy Thats exactly how his first blog starts and I absolutely had to interview him.A gamer at heart this young chap leaped further just to understand how his favorite games are made.His journey itself has been nothing short of a Game with different levels.Each level just got more exciting and interesting In conversation with Cyril Pillai - Android Developer at m.Paani.  Roadrash & CounterStrike Days - Level One I was exposed to computers for the first [...]

15 02, 2018

Car Servicing Done Right – Automovill Technologies Pvt Ltd.

By | February 15th, 2018|Categories: App Startup Journeys|0 Comments

Mridu Das & Chimay Baruah(Left to right) Car Servicing stories have been nothing less than horror stories. You can hear them everywhere, the complaints ,the cribbing,etc etc ;so when you find someone who tries to bridge between this gap  you have to talk to him . In conversation with the founders of Automovill: Mridu Das &Chinmay Baruah. It all happened when Mridu wanted to get his car serviced at one of the authorized service centers, one of the biggest [...]

10 02, 2018

Career Advice from a twenty year old – A roadmap to App development .

By | February 10th, 2018|Categories: App Startup Journeys|0 Comments

Advice from a twenty year old  ,that too career...well why not.I have done many interviews of people who have started their companies,have loads of work experience and done tonnes to inspire us. They have inspired a lot of  millennials  to take career decisions and much more. So this time I wanted to hear it directly from the horses mouth, This is a tete-tete with a twenty year old with two months of work experience,his journey so far and his road [...]

5 02, 2018

College Days : Before and After the App Revolution

By | February 5th, 2018|Categories: App Startup Journeys|0 Comments

Lets just start this story with a Once upon a time.... Once upon a time, not long time ago when we were college students there were no smartphones and no apps to make our lives easier.We thought our lives were already sorted; we knew where to eat, where to collect books, where to shop and party and any updates about anything happening in the college from tests, to events to examination timetables, were all word of mouth. Mostly from the mouths of [...]

30 01, 2018

In conversation with the head of Paytm- Build for India . Saurabh Jain

By | January 30th, 2018|Categories: App Startup Journeys|0 Comments

When there's a will there's a way We live in a world full of stereotypes and judgements, anything that's not normal is usually not greeted. In a country full of engineers and doctors and other scholars we push our kids to do their best in what we think is best for them. Our education system is predesigned in a format that does not cater to every child. As a child, I loved History and Geography but Maths was not my favorite but [...]

25 01, 2018

The difference between google summer of code and google code in.

By | January 25th, 2018|Categories: App Startup Journeys|0 Comments

  Google  has recently come up with various programs and certification courses to help developers learn better and also to let you demonstrate your proficiency and skill. With this wide range of programs it could get a little interesting , so we thought to chat up with someone who not just understands it well but also has been a huge part of it all. In conversation with Harshit Dwivedi - currently a product engineer and instructor at Coding blocks . Brewing [...]

19 01, 2018

Testing Times with Tarang Chokshi.

By | January 19th, 2018|Categories: App Startup Journeys|0 Comments

Many complex software structures require in-depth analytical and technical skill to test the applications. Knowledge of programming languages is required for unit testing, scripting skill essential for Automation testing.I have spoken to a few people in this segment and they can't emphasise enough about the importance of software testing. Tester is a mid-man between developer and client, If he misses any defect while testing and that defect is caught by the client then he is responsible for every explanation why [...]