MadSpace : Inner chaos


Its very important to remember where you came from, what led you here, in this place, this time. More often than not this reason will be so small that you forget them, But remember that you are here because of that one small idea.


We are like that old piece of code that no one wants to change. Just add wrapper functions around to be different outside.

Last eight dollars ( Part 3 ) : Interviews – Cold mails and Frogs

We were busy coding the product, the Core engine which can talk to any application. It was exciting times. A week after, one evening we received an email from JFDI team that we are shortlisted for the first round of interview. We were super excited. The interview was good, and the same evening we got

Before joining a startup

There are lot of articles giving you insights on why you should work for a startup and how it will shape your future etc. Most of these are about startup with 10+ people on board (including founders). I know, 10 is just a number, but it shows that the founders are convinced about what they

Art and building product

There are many ways to build a product, there are many opinions floating around. Some say go after the market, while others say create your own market. Some believe that design thinking helps, while others push you to follow the graph. What is the right way to build a product? I tried to explore a little

Last eight dollars ( Part 2 ) : Pre-Pivot

Structured course correction designed to test a new fundamental hypothesis about the product, strategy, and engine of growth. – Wikipedia   After the encouraging response from the potential users, it was time to build the product. We did some market research, we found some similar products, and about a week later we thought we knew `how we

Last eight dollars

TTL;DR (Too too long) This is going to be a long blog, about the journey of our startup, from an Idea to Product and everything and everyone in between. I will try to make it as conversational as possible PS: I am a programmer, story will be filled with nerdy stories. PPS: Did you see the the Statement

Egoless product building

 It takes enormous effort to build a product. When I say product, it is not only the software. It requires more than an engineer to build a product Tweet It goes through long process of ideating, researching, customer development, proof of concept(MDP), validating, structuring (MVP), cleanup, and then you get the product. People spend months,

Lets face it

While building a product, keep in mind that someday, somebody else, may create product to clean the shit that you created.


Innovation is not going to come from the people who know in and out of something, but it is from the one who comes from outside and questions ‘Why should we do like this?’ –Undefined

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