Economics of Software (Part 4): Measuring the efficiency of product teams using the output curve
Do you face conundrums while determining when and whom to hire? Learn how to measure efficiency using output curves, determine the right time to expand your team.
Economics of Software (Part 3): When to invest in infrastructure?
Learn the importance of the cost curve and how to plot them. Furthermore, learn to make crucial decisions like when to invest in infrastructure.
Economics of Software (Part 2): Elasticity of Demand Explained for Software Products
Just like any other products, even software products are 'elastic' to the demand. Let's learn to categorise different products based on their 'elasticity'.
Economics of Software (Part 1): Why Traditional Economics Concepts Don’t Apply To Software
You may have heard about the Law of Supply. But do you know that it is not applicable to the software industry? In this article, we will try to learn why!
How I proposed her
You must have heard stories or seen videos about how a guy proposed. Sometimes it worked wonders or sometimes he got slapped. Well, here is the story of how I proposed (and did not get slapped)
Explore Kodaikanal in 72 Hours
Kodaikanal is a popular hill station situated in Tamil Nadu, rustling in the meadows of Western Ghats. It goes without saying that this should be in your bucket list.
Importance of the perseverance while building a sustainable business even when there is no growth
How my perception about entrepreneurship changed after visiting the Himalayas
Recently, I was in the Himalayas for 2 weeks. During those 2 weeks, I had zero communication with the outside world. Climbing 14,000ft. in the dreadful nature left my mind in a complete desolation…
Beyond the mist
An unforgettable experience of the first the Himalayan expedition
Hiring your best friend as a co-founder
A Co-Founder is the most important person in a startup. But things could go from bad to worse if the person is your best friend
‘Start small’ but what is 'small'?
Build 'minimal', start 'small' are the most commonly given advice you will find on the internet when you are starting up. But how do you define 'small'?