I finish today six years at rtCamp. A list of things I learned over the past six years.
Journey from delicious to using a blog to bookmark websites.
Richard Branson’s peculiar habit of writing down notes at every meeting.
So almost three weeks ago WordCamp Mumbai 2015 finished. A lot of people spoke of many things geeky but also a lot about how to give support, how to deal with customers or users of products, how to decide who we are building products for?
You know the usual brilliant and insightful discussions that happen at conventions and conferences but are soon forgotten in a few weeks as the humdrum of everyday life and work returns.
But a great lesson was taught to me about extraordinary customer service (or support) in the last month by a very unlikely source. It was a small restaurant that opened just over a month ago.
Do you want to meet WordPress experts from around the world, around India and most importantly Mumbai?
If you are find saying “yes” to any of the questions above you might want to check out WordCamp Mumbai 2015
I was the organizer of WordCamp Mumbai 2014 – Here are some thoughts and takeaways from the whole experience for me.
Malala Yousafzai is awesomely humbling for her fearless honestly, which she displayed generously while talking to popular talk show show Job Stewart.
We celebrate Independence day with hardly any real understanding of how people who actually lived through the event felt. The day is historic and there are a million such stories of micro history which are sobering reminders how people felt.
Qayamat se Qayamat Tak was made in 1988 and was supposedly a romantic – comedy. Here are 6 things (could be more) QSQT could teach today’s film makers.
As someone who accepts individuals have a right to live their life just the way they want to, I support gays and lesbians their rights to be individuals