The language Dilemma!


When my cofounders asked me to chip in a new venture, I was more disappointed than excited to know they are developing the platform on Java/Spring based framework. While there is certainly nothing wrong with it, it reeks of years of following whimsical enterprise standards and bloated code that can kill your libido faster than you can say Java. I knew as a startup in nascent stages we had to be agile enough that even major changes didn’t hinder us with a rigid architecture and configuration changes. The question now was what to pick up as our primary dev language. While answering this question, I listed out all of the parameters which were important to us: Continue reading

The Ten Commandments of Fundraising [REPOST]

I received the below in an email from my business class professor and thought of sharing it with everyone. I am sure you will find it useful.

Note: I was unable to find the original article hence posting the article here (if you have the link please post as a comment and I will update the post).