The event is the gold standard for India's software developer ecosystem, and can be a great place to learn from others' experiences, find talent and network.
Can Bangalore be the next Silicon Valley? Srinivas Kulkarni looks at what it will take for India to have a flourishing startup ecosystem.
Srinivas is an avid blogger and a technology enthusiast who has worked for a couple of digital/tech startups in India since 2010. He has also worked with a few technology clients dealing with tech startups in India and Asia-Pacific, giving him an insight on the country's startup space. In his spare time he listens to audiobooks, podcasts and is a passionate travel blogger.
Saket Modi, 22-year-old co-founder of Delhi-based Lucideus Tech wants to help drive cybersecurity with the objective to inculcate a knowledge-based culture of safe use of Web spaces with a focus on practical training.
Founded by three college friends from the small city of Managalore, Eventifier.co offers tools that help businesses archive events including conversations and other forms of event-related social content.
What drives a good culture among employees? This article explains why a strong ecosystem to drive great employee culture is equally important as product building, sales, marketing or any other function within a startup.
Startups should consider integrating the social media function into their products and create buzz and brand awareness, but how far should they go?
Vijay Anand, an organizer behind In50hrs which is coming again to Chennai this weekend, tells us how the event has shaped up and benefited startups in India over the past three years.
Aditya Gupta, co-founder of iGenero, shares how they've been keeping their startup afloat without any funding and shares some tips on how to survive the market especially if you are a services startup.
LurnQ, a social online learning platform, makes curating knowledge easier and helps learners consume and share content in a clutter-free environment.
Sahil Parikh, founder of marketing collaboration tool Brightpod, shares why focusing on making the software clean, and "ridiculously simple" instead of the number of features is more important for success.
The incubator's recently appointed venture partner Pankaj Jain shares his perspectives on India's outlook and his journey from running a hedge fund in New York to failing at a startup.