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internship-at-think201

  Ever wondered what’s it like to do an internship at Think201? Then, this blog is just for you! For few, internships are merely just an extension of their honeymoon period of doing college projects. Few companies may see it as hiring a handful of people who can be assigned anything that is not mainstream....

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working with Think201

It’s’ been 2 and a half months since I have started working at Think201. Specifically speaking 87 days. More specifically speaking it’s 2,088 hours and even more specifically speaking it’s been 125,280 minutes and counting. But out of these 125,280 minutes, not a single minute has gone by where I haven’t learnt anything. Let me...

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Do Not Disturb

  Open culture, no cubicles, no hierarchy & young and energetic minds who are always hungry to do new things. We at Think201 operate with a principle of ‘Get Sh*t Done’. This principle has fetched us great results but also posed a very trivial problem -too many unplanned interruptions among team members. Everyone has their...

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In the modern day work place where the dynamics changes every 4 hours, it can be difficult to cope up if you do not follow few important parameters. When we decided to make the list required excel in a start-up culture, Communicating Effectively came right on the top of the list. The result was not...

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  Have you ever thought why Brands spend a lot on their Logos and why are they so possessive about them? The answer is, they are not just Logos or Symbols. When it comes to logo, for a company, it is an emblem of faith that represents its culture, ambitions, core character and the synergy...

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  We came to know that IBM was conducting a hackathon to get developers acquainted with BlueMix, their shiny new Platform As A Service offering launched a month ago. Yourstory was hosting the event at their office. We decided to board the train and see where it leads… The Idea. We were at a team...

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October 2nd, the day we celebrate jayanti of two heros, is the day we felt true joy. The joy of giving. Words till date which meant an obligation to donate our old clothes and little money. Today is the day we understood the true satisfaction of giving.

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