My journey from Coder to Creator

By Amit Verma Early Days I joined Dreamscape 5 years ago as a front-end developer. There was one more CSS developer at that time. Our profile was straightforward – receive PSDs, convert to HTML, handover to developers, and help in layout issues during integration. I was also assigned maintenance responsibilities for certain clients, where I had to take in content updates from them, and push them to live on a regular basis. The work was not particularly challenging, and life

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Going from android dev to product dev in 6 months

By Neha Kulkarni I came to this city of dreams called Mumbai a year and a half ago. Everyday was a struggle to learn new things – be it traveling by train or catching an auto (those who don’t live here , let me tell you it is very difficult). I had very little experience as an Android developer. When I finally settled down in Mumbai to look for an opportunity, I came to know about this company named Dreamscape

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Life after engineering

By Madhumita Chatterjee Hello World! Everyone has a dream. You, I, your friends, your family and even people whom you might not have met. We all choose different paths to fulfill our respective dreams. Today, I am here to share something about passion. I believe that if there is not enough passion in your dreams then it cannot be fulfilled. While growing up I discovered a lot of things about myself. I was a quick learner and hence I used

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Rapid sketching on the go

By Yashmi Khatak Art, the great leveler Traveling to work and back everyday, or just taking a trip across the city in the Metro or the public transport, you get to observe so many interesting things and so many interesting people around you. Being an avid traveler and a passionate artist who lives in the colourful city of Mumbai, I always have a sketchbook and pencil handy with me. In this age of smartphones, when you can click as many

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Hourly: Building a mobile app in 4 days

How it started I was between projects. I like the downtime because it gives me a chance to catch up with new things. One of them was Firebase, something I had read up on and that we had discussed during a team discussion. Now I’ve worked on two apps that used MBAAS platforms. One was Shephertz, an Indian provider. It generally left me underwhelmed, because at the time I adopted it the platform needed work with the core SDKs and its querying

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