DigitalOcean Cloud Hack Diary

10 in the morning when the hustle takes over the city, 91 Springboard was filled with participants who were ready to “build the next big thing” using DigitalOcean. It seemed as if participants wanted to prove that ‘Cloud Hack’ was worthy of its name as they poured in like rain from the clouds. In fact, …

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Fantastic Growth Hacks that Everyone Should Know

So what is this hacker thing that is running around the globe and turning heads? For me, hackers are ones whose true north is growth and innovation, and I am here to tell you that EVERYBODY CAN HACK! Hacking can be as simple as tucking a safety pin to cover up that broken button or … …

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Great ideas from the GreytHR hackathon

Another weekend, another hack. That’s how we roll at Venturesity. This time it was for Greytip Software: a 24 hour hack to find the best talent. Their hospitality added with tasty food and entertainment proved that time flies when we have fun.

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College students, all you need is a Venture Hack!

So what’s so cool about Venture Hack? Every hackathon is the same. A Problem statement, some code and caffeine. Win some crappy goodies and take home some cash. Go back to your bunker, drink some beer and sleep. End of the story! Yes? No! Welcome to Venture Hack. We’ll tell you why it’s so special. …

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Geeks and Games: A Hack Out of this World!

On Saturday, October 17th, members of Team Venturesity hopped on over to the Moonfrog office at the “otherworldly” hour of 8:15 a.m. With the aid of the Moonfrog team, the team set up the registration desk at the reception to welcome the hackers. And it was a good thing that the team got there that …

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Quikr API Hackathon | Winners display board

We take this opportunity to salute the spirit of hacking that was on display in Quikr API online Hackathon. Held on 11th September, it was a great success with 110 teams participating from top colleges across India. Following is the final list of winners. dataWitz: Mohsin Vindhani & Vinay Kale of IIT Madras won the top prize …

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Experience of an anonymous Hacker at the Ola API Hackathon

The following post was written by an anonymous hacker who took part in the Ola API hack. He (or she!) details his/her experiences. After a long delay in reaching Cherry Hills EGL, an air of excitement rolled out as I was nearing the venue. As I looked at all the participants getting down from their cabs, I …

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Can Johnny program?

According to William Shakespeare, “Some people are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon them.”   This sentiment cannot be easily be translated into the programming paradigm: unfortunately, it appears that some people just “get it”; in other words, they are just born to program. Jeff Atwood, in his blog, Separating Programming …

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Venturehack , Event I- Success Diaries

Venturesity’s hiring event Venturehack happened at the end of June this year. Around 160 aspiring job seekers appeared for the written test and went through the three step screening procedure before they got to meet Startups. While engineers challenged their knowledge base with 50 multiple choice questions based on Aptitude, Database, SQL and Java, the …

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Five classes to build an Android Application

Android draws in the most gifted developers around, because of the continued development of Google Play. Android development is essentially done in Java, which is the normal language used to teach programming in software engineering courses. On the off chance that you don’t know Java however know an alternate language, you can undoubtedly get Java …

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Growth Hacking is the new rule of marketing in age of context

In the era of viral marketing and overnight sensations, start-ups dream about going with the same pattern. Rapidly blasting in prevalence and numbers is each startup’s motive.Whatsapp, and Instagram, have  turned into a  startup legend for having assembled multi-billion dollar organizations without  using a dime on marketing. Welcome to the age of the zero-dollar advertising …

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Analytics Bootcamp- The Curtain Raiser

Do you find it hard to understand the ‘when,what,why’ of their browsing patterns? Don’t you think if only predicting customer behaviours was easy, then may be business would have been a different ball game altogether? Well, you probably haven’t tried predictive analytics then!Venturesity is hosting an Analytics Bootcamp in Bangalore which will specifically deal with ‘Customer …

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Venturehack Questionnaire- Java [Set-A]

Venturehack organized by Venturehire invited all Geeks,designers,analysts- all engineering profiles to test their skills. There was a series of written and coding test to judge the skills of individuals. We will share a series of questionnaires every week to make you prepare  for the future interviews. With this series you will get every detailed answers to make …

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What are the Prerequisites to learn Big Data Analytics?

Are you intrigued by the world of Big Data innovations, yet discover it somewhat obscure and see the entire thing as a huge riddle. It is safe to say that you are looking to see how Big Data affect huge and little business and individuals like any of us? Do you feel numerous individuals discuss …

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Program for the Hadoop platform without using java

Figuring out how to program for the Hadoop platform can lead to new career opportunities in Big Data. However like the issues it comprehends, the Hadoop framework could be truly unpredictable and challenging. Building a solid foundation,leveraging online assets, and concentrating on the fundamentals with expert preparing can help a novice cross the Hadoop completion …

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How is Linux fixing issues of OpenSSL security?

Another vulnerability was published in OpenSSL 1.0.1 that permits an attacker to uncover up to 64kb of memory to a connected client or server (CVE-2014-0160). It may comprise of our X.509 authentications, usernames and passwords, texts, messages,business reports and correspondence. As per OpenSSL Security Advisory report, Neel Mehta from Google Security has discovered this bug. …

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