Tag Archives: Startup

Hiring: Mobile Developer, Flash Developer & System Administrator

A friend of mine is currently looking for exceptional Developers to join her startup. IMHO, it’s a great place to work with lots of opportunities for growth. Experience is a plus, but definitely not mandatory. If you’re just out of school and seeking some amazing mobile development projects to work on, this is definitely worth consideration. And you get to hang out with cool people too (wink). Continue reading

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Unconference 2009

The “Unconference” is e27′s flagship event and the 2009 version will be the 7th time we have held it since 2006. Styled after DEMO or more Techcrunch50, we want to showcase Asia-based web startups and provide the growing community a chance to mingle, cross-pollinate ideas and learn from each other’s market experience. Past startup demos and attendees include Wego (funded by NewsCorp AU in 2008), FirstMeta the virtual-world only bank, Tencube a mobile security service, Nuffnang the #1 blog-focused ad network in Southeast Asia and featured in Businessweek’s Top 25 Young Asian Entrepreneurs of 2008. Continue reading

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Yahoo 360 and Fairy Tales

The book called “Don’t make me think” makes a lot of sense. This post is to help me write down some of the important points the book’s conveyed to me. Part of Yahoo 360′s success boils down to these things: … Continue reading

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A big fish in a small pond

Tim, our project advisor working for the UN told me this story yesterday as we were discussing E-learner Platform 2.0: An American friend of his has stayed in Thailand for 15 years and is running a small multimedia studio, employing … Continue reading

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Could our VC be a casualty of the recession?

I’ve just read Paul Graharm (partner of YCombinator)’s question of whether VCs could be a casualty of the recession. If you want a detailed read, please go here: http://paulgraham.com/divergence.html or follow the summary below: Starting up a startup is much … Continue reading

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