Should we teach children coding is the wrong question
The question really is not about whether they should learn coding at that age or not. And sending them to code school early to prepare them for the rat race or a promised fat salary is not the right motivation either. The question is really whether they should be forced to everything at that age?
Of startup pressures, remote work, and mental health
You can have the best strategy in the world but if you don’t allocate resources to it, it will fail.
Why protectionism won’t end well for Indian startups
By taking a protectionist stance India will signal greater risks to investors and threaten the vibrancy of India’s startup ecosystem.
Personal branding for entrepreneurs in the age of clutter
For most people looking to build a personal brand, there’s a simple idea to follow: get people to know, like, and trust you.
Startups: Get, set...go IPO? Not so soon
After the government's announcement to relax listing norms this month, it was encouraging to see several startup founders in India come out and speak to the press about their plans to go public.
Why India should focus on becoming a product nation
A new generation of companies is showing that Indian enterprises can not only provide software and back-office services but also build software products and sell them around the world.
Teach your children No Code, not yet another programming language
Learning how to code early can't hurt. But learning how to solve problems is a bigger skill and No Code platforms allow just that.
Happiest Minds: An IPO that flew under the radar in startup land
With the public listing of Happiest Minds, Ashok Soota has cemented his legacy as one of the finest founders India has ever had
Column: Please, can we stop hunger marketing?
Products that play hard to get will eventually come to you. Save yourself some angst and don’t fall for scarcity marketing.
Column: Finding signals in the digital din
How do you find signal in the noise? Some answers below.
Column: Spending too much time on success porn? Here’s what not to do
There is merit in studying the greats and the method to their madness. So if you must look for lessons, look for them in deeper texts, written by people who actually care about what they’re writing and strive to understand things deeply.
Byju’s acquired Whitehat Jr for a cool $300 million but that’s not what’s important
The superpower that Karan Bajaj the yogi, who has written four books before Whitehat Jr, has is his ability to sleep it off.
Column: Remote work is here to stay. Here’s how to make it work
Prepare for this new digital life by securing it and pushing informational privacy and security to the mainstream discourse
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