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

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

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 [...]

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

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

  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 [...]

Testing Times with Tarang Chokshi.

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

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 [...]

Sakshi Jain – Harvard College US-India Initiative Delegate .

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

I am just like any other girl but I have the zeal to explore.  I have the courage to take up new endeavors. This attitude has helped me in achieving many of dreams. The world is becoming a much better place with the advance in technology and the role of women can never be overemphasized in the world growth today, women played important roles in Information technology sector, but the ratio of men compared to that of women in this [...]

The Google summer of code expericence by Vasudha Mathur.

By | January 5th, 2018|Categories: App Startup Journeys|

I have been always been fascinated with the mystic of tame machines that act like pets. What could be better than starting a new year with such an emotion. I wanted to start this year with an interview that was different from the others, one that changed mindsets and inspires people. Something that breaks the glass ceiling. In conversation with Vasudha Mathur, currently a final year student at Delhi Technological University. An avid gamer she would play video games with her brother [...]

From 8 people in a cafe to 4000 members now- The GDG Ahmedabad story.

By | December 23rd, 2017|Categories: App Startup Journeys|

Paresh Mayani Dhrumil Shah The quest for knowledge is endless and all we can get from it is Gold.One such quest brought Dhrumil Shah and   Paresh Mayani together to form what we now call GDG - Ahmedabad. I had the opportunity to talk to Dhrumil Shah, one of the founding members of GDG - Ahmedabad. This is their journey. The Beginning: They say curiosity kills, in this case, I think it gave life to a whole new arena. [...]

Organizing the GDD – Dev Fest Jalandhar – In conversation with Vrijraj Singh.

By | December 12th, 2017|Categories: App Startup Journeys|

In most of my interviews with Developers, I have always asked them to give advice to aspiring developers. The advice that we have received has been nothing less than treasure. Although all of them seem to have had one common advice,they all have asked developers to join comminities and other groups that have a discourse about subjects that are most relevant to them . This helps them gain a whole lot of knowledge and also helps you socialize with people with [...]

A.I. Driven Functional Testing

By | December 12th, 2017|Categories: Functional Testing, Testing Concepts|

At AppAchhi - we built a bot that tests apps. We are feeding it (programming) with as much intelligence as we can to make the bot smarter. The bot behaves, in most cases, the way we designed it to be. After our bot got to a stability point - we started to lay the foundation for adding the "Learnability" / Artificial Intelligence / Machine Learning layer to the bot. Through this post - I wanted to share our journey and my [...]

Kotlin in India – A chat with Jubin Mathai.

By | December 1st, 2017|Categories: App Startup Journeys|

Java is the default language for Android development, but there’s a very new programming language called Kotlin, which is slowly becoming the popular choice among Android developers. Google recently announced that it would now support Kotlin as a programming language on Android. Kotlin programming language is a super new language developed by JetBrains.Andrey Breslav being the lead language designer for Kotlin. Kotlin was made the official language for Android development this year at Google I/O and Java has been the backbone of Android [...]

Tips from an Android Nanodegree forum mentor – Ashesh Bharadwaj

By | November 21st, 2017|Categories: App Startup Journeys|

In the ever-changing market where we operate today, people are constantly looking to upgrade their skills when it comes to technology; and with apps deciding the future of almost every business, Android application development training seems to be the most sought after.Now is probably the best time for developers, There are officially more mobile devices than people in this world. With companies becoming a mobile-first company and increasing connectivity, career in Android Development has become one of the hottest career [...]