Interesting articles on 10 April 2018 – Product development, JS Service Workers, Electric Cars, DSLR modes

  • Don’t chase virality; chase customer delight – HackerNoon
  • Going Offline (Part 1) – A List Apart
  • Mahindra Electric, Zoomcar tie-up for electric car-sharing programme hits Delhi roads – YourStory
  • India – Scaling People – return 42;
  • Getting off Auto – Manual, Aperture and Shutter Priority modes explained – Digital Photography School
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Articles on 09 April 2018 – Technology Disruption, Innovation in Payments, Techie turned Teacher and more

  • Nikon versus Canon: A Story Of Technology Change – Learn By Shipping
  • The biggest solar parks in the world are now being built in India – LA Times
  • Pattern Matching Queries vs. Full-Text Indexes – Percona Database Perfomance Blog
  • How Tech Mahindra went from being a traditional software services provider to a major startup enabler – YourStory
  • Simpl wants to Make Paying Online Easier by Bringing “Khaata” to the Internet Generation – TechPP
  • How a kid from San Francisco ended up starting a school in India – HackerNoon
  • Xiaomi Sets up New SMT Plant in India for Localized PCB Assembly and Manufacturing – TechPP
  • How to give feedback more effectively – Quartz
  • Mathematicians and startup founders – Inverted Passion

Interesting articles read on 7 April 2018

Inspired by a blog I follow in my RSS reader that publishes Link Fests, I’m starting this from today.

  • Telegram’s design tailwind – HackerNoon
  • Productivity Paradox: How Working Less Will Make You More Productive – HackerNoon
  • Understanding Aperture and Landscape Photography – Digital Photography School
  • How an IIT graduate built one of India’s largest budget hotel chains – Quartz
  • Storing passwords in cleartext: don’t ever – Lars Wirzenius
  • We Trust Our Phones and Countless Corporations To Keep Secrets We Wouldn’t Tell Our Closest Friends – HackerNoon
  • How to Get Continuous Integration Right – HackerNoon
  • How Iyengar Yoga gave three people their lives back after suffering injury, abnormality and pain – South China Morning Post

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