Start Small – WordPress & MVP

"Release your idea into the market. See how it is being adapted. Then take the decision to invest time and energy in building a complete system around your idea." This is the suggestion I usually give to my clients, particularly to the boot-strapped start-ups. Starting small, only with the core features, and releasing to the audience as […]

WordCamp Mumbai – Feels Like Home

I attended the fourth edition of WordCamp Mumbai this Saturday. After attending many WordCamps in last few months, #WCMumbai feels like coming to the home of WordCamps. ? We (Me, Rahul, Radhe and Joel) started off for WordCamp on early Saturday morning. We took the customary pit-stop for our favorite Dutta vada-pav. We reached the venue […]

Demo is Worth a Thousand Updates

A regular ongoing project has multiple tasks/modules being executed on day-to-day basis. Client’s life becomes really easy when they get regular updates about what’s going on. Predictability (more on that soon) of updates ensure there is no anxious moment for them. But at the same time, there should also be a room for demos too. All the updates are fine […]

WordCamps – Traveling, Learnings & Muses

The last 2 months have been great. I attended three WordCamps – WordCamp US, WordCamp Pune and WordCamp Udaipur. WordCamp US 2016 – WordPress This was my first trip to the US and I was excited by the prospect of meeting many of our clients, business associates and community friends whom I have only met virtually. Rahul has […]

My Experiences At WordCamp Nashik 2016

This Sunday, I and 13.5 other rtCampers attended the WordCamp Nashik. Why 13.5, you may ask. See the pic below ?? 14.5 rtCampers with Nappu at @wcnashik #wcnashik pic.twitter.com/tJk6ehEcDs — rtCamp (@rtCamp) October 16, 2016 Reaching Nashik Since I had some personal commitments on Saturday evening so I left for Nashik late in the night. I […]