Transforming Digicorp into an Ecosystem

Written by on July 28, 2017

Last year I read the book “Employee First and Customer Second” by Vineet Nayar, ex-CEO of HCL Tech – a multibillion dollar IT Services company of India. The book is a story of HCL Tech’s transformation from a large organisation struggling to grow to become a market leader and a best place to work....

How to Validate your “Leap of Faith” Assumptions

Written by on July 6, 2017

Eric Ries, in his famous book Lean Startup defines startup as: “A human institution designed to create new products and services under conditions of extreme uncertainty.” In the lean startup community, the term “Leap of Faith” is used to describe the riskiest assumptions we are making about our idea. Leap of faith has two...

A Small Pragmatic Advise to Programmer

Written by on June 29, 2016

At Digicorp, we try to push programmers in taking the pragmatic approach to software engineering. The approach was conceptualized by Andrew Hunt and David Thomas in their book Pragmatic Programmer. Today I came across a small problem where we could apply pragmatic approach. There was a case where the programmer had to do data entry...

The hard thing about hard things – Key takeaways

Written by on August 8, 2014

The hard thing about hard things is the most powerful business book I have read in recent times. It is written by Ben Horowitz, co-founder and general partner of Andreessen Horowitz, a Silicon Valley–based venture capital firm. Previously he was cofounder and CEO of Opsware, formerly Loudcloud, which was acquired by Hewlett-Packard for $1.6...

What should be my first project?

Written by on January 16, 2014

We come across few common questions from many of the aspiring software engineers. What should be my first project? In which language I should do the project so that I can get a good job? JAVA, PHP or .Net? I replied to a similar question on Quora, you can check it out here. I see...

There is nothing like an overnight success

Written by on January 16, 2014

As entrepreneurs, businessmen or professionals, we always think of achieving success. There are a lot of blogs, forums, and books on this subject. Just like most of them, I believe there is no golden rule for success and there is nothing like an overnight success. I came across this wonderful book called The Go-Giver:...

Is that all?

Written by on December 22, 2013

The other day, my colleague Kuntal shared a small excerpt from The Pragmatic Programmer – a must read for every programmer. It is really something. A tourist visiting England’s Eton college asked the gardener how he got the lawns so perfect. “That’s easy,” he replied, “You just brush off the dew every morning, mow...

“Getting Real” – A definitive guide for Software Professionals to evolve into Software Dudes

Written by on December 10, 2013

All software engineers who’ve been groomed in the 21st century would definitely remember the “Head First” series for various programming subjects they’ve had in their syllabus. Head First was probably the only series of books that made learning sheer fun by putting fun conversations between characters (now called MEMEs), juvenile anecdotes, use of slangs...

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