Chennai,India based software service company Quadruple founded Procademia, India’s first mentoring platform for the students in India. The project was originally inspired by their experience and hardship from their earlier ventures. They saw a huge gap of skill shortage with the students in India .
To fill this huge gap, the founders of Quadruple decided to build an eco-system, a mentoring platform, which enables the students to get access to the experts and professionals across the globe in their field of interest. Also, the platform enables the industry thought leaders to share their knowledge through blog, articles and research journals to the student community as part of mentorship.
Procademia is India’s first mentoring platform. It was launched in 2013 and has already reached to the thousands of students and professionals. Around 280 experts and professionals have registered as mentor in the Procademia.
Procademia is open for registration for professionals and students.
Department of IT in Karnataka announced free wifi hotspots at the iconic MG Road in central Bangalore, allows a person to browse upto three hours a day and download upto 50 MB of data.
Five different locations including MG road in the city now have free wifi and the IT department of Karnataka wants to spread it to 10 more locations by next month.
WhatsApp, worlds leading social messaging app gained nearly 430 million active users and they process around 18 billion outbound messages. All with just 25 engineers.
India Government website Data.gov.in launched in 2011 to support open data initiative. It’s an open public site to all the information the government collects.
Here you will find data, tools, and resources to conduct research, develop web and mobile applications, design data visualizations, and more.
Around 5817 data sets are available for public. Most of the data sets are up-to date.
Also, the government is taking great initiative in creating awareness among the start ups and developer communities in creating useful Apps across platforms and devices using Open Government data.
I’ve been diving deep into goal setting and planning for 2014. I’ve put together a set of deep dive posts that will give you a very in-depth look at how to set and achieve any goal you want.
Brian Tracy on 12 Steps to Set and Achieve Any Goal
Goal Setting vs Goal Planning
Zig Ziglar on Setting Goals
Enjoy and best wishes for your greatest year ever and a powerful 2014.
For the last 2 months, We were exploring 10 different types of BI tools in the market both Open source and License tools for our client in India. Finally, we found a tool QlikView, which is the most flexible Business Intelligence platform we ever found.It’s pretty simple and 100% free open source for a standalone user. With less coding, QlikView makes it possible for anybody to create very useful, accurate KPI, measurement reports and performance dashboards and make accurate, strategic decisions. It’s worth giving a try with QlikView.
This tool comes in two different versions (Free Open Source & Commercial for Enterprise).
The whole tool is a open source, so you can find the directions and software at the link below.
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