Few weeks back my friend suggested I should come up with my weekly reading list, so here it is. I will try post this every week either on Saturday or Sunday.
ISRO updates on Indias Mars Misson
ISRO successfully launches its mission to Mars & its called MOM, ISRO Mars Orbiter, you can find all interesting exploration pictures via MOM twitter handle & its one hell of fun @MarsOrbiter
An Invitation to ‘Make in India’ : Indian PM
Government of India launches Make in India campaign, the simple focus is to cut the red take & invite investments in all the sectors. One can find all the details about the over all campaign on the website http://www.makeinindia.com/
15 Jack Ma Quotes To Inspire You
Jack Ma the founder of Alibaba, which recently went for IPO in NYSE has advice for everyone, its worth reading.
a16z:10 ways to damage your fast-growing tech startup
a16z, one of the big VC from silicon valley has piece of caution & advice for startup kids.
Traction: A startup guide to getting customers with guest gabriel weinberg [podcast]
Traction, nice collection which is must read for anyone who wants to get into successful marketing spree for startup. The authors are giving interesting insight in the podcast.
Fred Wilson on starts burn rate: Burn baby burn.
Fred, one of the known VC writing about how burn rate is going to be pain in ass for the startup especially those who are in series A/B/C
a16z: If SaaS Products Sell Themselves, Why Do We Need Sales?
a16z, talking about the myth SaaS based startups are living on.
Maslow’s Hierarchy of Startups
One of the most interesting read on medium, gives an interesting insight about overall startup ecosystem.
Sam Altman: Lecture 1: Welcome, and Ideas, Products, Teams and Execution Part I
Sam Altman: Lecture 2: Ideas, Products, Teams and Execution Part II
Our very own Sam Altman from YC combinator taking class on startup, must watch for everyone into startup eco-sytem.
Answering the existential question in OpenStack by Jay Pipes.
Jay Pipes, one of the early developers, PTL from OpenStack project has his thought on the way the overall project is shaping up after 4 years of its existence.
#TNS [ The New Stack]
Why One Developer Chose Go
Interesting take on Go language from Cory, It gives a nice prospective about the programming language.
A Linux Hobbyist’s Path to a Career in Tech with 7 Recommendations for Women and Minorities
Elizabeth K. Joseph is long time Ubuntu contributor & is part of OpenStack now, She shares her experience about being part of women in IT & advice to everyone who wants to be part of it, loved reading it.
#Jamesaltucher [from James Altucher blogs]
Step By Step Guide to Make $10 Million And Then Totally Blow It
James Altucher, a living genius, regular blogger/podcaster/VC in his latest blog shares his prospective about making $$ & losing it. Another fun read.