I am working as a software developer in LumenEd. Our goal is to bring technology into government operated schools across India.


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Community Moderator on Data Science. Previously, Community Moderator on Reverse Engineering from April, 2013 to April, 2014.

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comment Did Abraham Lincoln have a duel with cannons?
@Mike Does it matter? It doesn't change the content, meaning or relevance of the answer.
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comment Which among an LoR for startup work and a "good student" LoR, will be more effective?
Thanks for the advice. Certainly helps. Out of curiosity, hypothetically, why wouldn't work experience from a startup that failed be considered equally? Even if the company failed after releasing a finished product, the engineering team did invest as much time and effort and probably learned on the way. There could be any number of factors that worked against them.
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comment Which among an LoR for startup work and a "good student" LoR, will be more effective?
I have to submit three, out of which one that I have decided on will be pretty similar (professors' whose classes and labs I took) as mentioned in the last line of the question.
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comment Which among an LoR for startup work and a "good student" LoR, will be more effective?
Our startup has got some initial money and our beta product is up and running; we have consciously restricted the initial launch to a small user base to gain experience before moving forward; with most of out activity being documented on our website/blog/couple of news pieces.
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revised The Real Essential Questions of Every Beta
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revised Could we update the "7 essential meta questions" blog post, or not link it prominently in private beta?
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comment The Real Essential Questions of Every Beta
@D.W. I am of the belief that tags should form an organisational hierarchy for the site based on subject matter relevance, subdivisions, and technical/theoretical classifications rather than on the basis of usage or popularity or perceived classifications (which is how many amateurs/newbies see it). Hence, given that subject matter experts should be a large part of any new beta community, creating and organizing the tags is possible, and should be done. Moreover, it is easier to create a habit or usage pattern than to fix one later on.
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