Hey, you became an entrepreneur to derive more satisfaction out of solving something that your previous job did not allow for, so enjoy those little victories, and even the battles.
Oftentimes, its a combination of inflated expectations, the fear of ‘not getting value’ and being taken for a ride that interfere with our satisfaction levels or even delight out of a service.
Earlier this week, we asked you to share your memories of Atul Chitnis. We received an overwhelming number of responses and here are a select few
Linux marked the end of Atul’s programming career but also the start of a new one, as the rallying force behind a new community, and as a well recognised figure in technology consulting, helping companies across the country grapple with the new world of the internet and open source.
NextBigWhat records with sadness the demise of Atul Chitnis, a passionate technologist who spent much of his lifetime popularizing free and open source software
It isn’t often that a youngster–schooled in the hills of Mussoorie and a college dropout– makes it that far at 19. Tomer’s journey is both fascinating and inspiring.
The neglected records will now have a new home, thanks to Vikram Sampath, a Bangalore based author who is going around the country, collecting these records to be digitized and hosted on the cloud.
Every week, we profile a DOER on NextBigWhat. This week’s DOER is Jubanashwa Mishra, a 28 year old from Orissa. Why is he a doer? Read on. Jubanashwa Mishra has been the regular guy for most of his life. After acquiring an engineering degree, he worked at one of India’s Information Technology companies. 3 years…
Shakuntala Devi died on Sunday in Bangalore at the age of 83 in Bangalore and is survived by a daughter and her family.
The British businessman is now making a comeback. A couple of months ago, Ratner announced a partnership with an Indian company to launch an online jewellery store Geraldonline.in.