JavaScript Bootcamp Details

‘JavaScript Bootcamp’ program for Jan 11-March 19′ 2017 is an 11 week immersive web-development course. It helps aspiring programmers become industry ready software developers. The bootcamp provides a collaborative learning environment where people can focus their time on learning and relearning the basics of programming and then playing around with technologies currently ruling Web/Mobile/IoT. Coupled with group instruction sessions and one-to-one trainer interactions; the atmosphere provides an optimal push, to your internal resolve to get the maximum output from the limited duration. The proximity to India’s…

From a Distance

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While I sip a Starbucks cappuccino in the land of its creation – Seattle, I drink in the city space around me. I’m very far away from my Microsoft Researcher self of 7-8 years ago that sat in the same spot, gracefully, leisurely sipping the same brown beverage. Right now I am mighty aware that I have under a minute to take in the moment, and drink, before my nearly-two-year-old yanks me into his hyperactive self-destructive reality. Seattle is a…

What is news?

A quick must read before crafting a Press Release by Julien Newman- Founder of Mayvin, a Jaaga Startup. Points to remember : WHAT IS NEWS? – Happening today and won’t happen tomorrow. -Locally relevant. (Publish multiple press releases if necessary) – Hasn’t been said/done before. – Isn’t common knowledge. – Ties into something that is news. – Matters to the audience. – Spokespeople can be the news. WHAT IS NOT NEWS? – Promotion for your startup. – Recurring. Happening over…

Raghuvir Kasturi talks about React + Flux

Facebook’s Flux is changing client-side apps How is Facebook’s Flux architecture changing the way we build rich client-side applications? What problems do React + Flux solve? How do they compare to the competition, Angular.js in particular? Is React + Flux ready for production? If any of these questions keep you awake at night, this session at  Jaaga, held on 24th April at 5:00pm was the solution to it all! Here’s a peek at what was spoken about at the talk:…

OnePlus India at Jaaga Startup

We were ecstatic to have Mr. Miguel Martin Romero, Chief Evangelist at OnePlus conduct a talk at Jaaga Startup penthouse. A sneak at what Miguel spoke about, ‘OnePlus was born in Dec. 2013. Founded by our CEO, Pete Lau, the company announced its first device on April 23rd, the One. Lau has spent his entire career in the technology industry. Tired of the expensive yet low quality phones on the market, OnePlus tries to make the best choices for its users…

Mobhe, a Jaaga startup conducts a ‘Preventive Dental checkup’ Camp

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Mobhe healthcare, a startup at Jaaga recently conducted a ‘Dental check-up’ drive for employees at Jaaga and Babajobs. It was a successful drive with employees of 10 companies signing up with 35 checkups and 12 treatments. The drive was facilitated by 3 doctors and 2 assistants who did a great job with quality dental treatment service. Everyone, who availed the service had a broad-shiny teeth smile on their faces all through-out-the-day. The general feedback was very positive, enthusiastic and encouraging….

LetsVenture’s Press Conference at Jaaga Startup Penthouse.

Jaaga was very delighted to host LetsVenture’s Press Conference, where they announced the launch of LetsIgnite – an initiative that aims to connect startups to the angel ecosystem. About LetsVenture:  LetsVenture is an online platform for startups and investors to facilitate angel and seed investments. Founded by Shanti Mohan and Sanjay Jha in 2013, LetsVenture connects startups with investors and startup programs as well. Last year, $6.5 million was raised on LetsVenture’s platform across 23 deals and 4900+ connections were…

Artist Talk by Cynthia Pachikara + Introduction to the Stamps School of Art & Design, University of Michigan | 24th February ’15, 7:30pm

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Heads up artists and designer friends of Jaaga: Cynthia Pachikara, an installation artist, is giving a talk about her shadow work at Jaaga’s Penthouse on 24th February 2015. Cynthia Pachikara has been teaching video-based sculpture and installation art courses since 1997, she uses cinematic projections and theatre lighting techniques to fill her spectators’ shadows with moving images.  Her work visualizes the notion of body-as-screen and addresses the social contingency of gazing in a space. Pachikara has exhibited internationally in venues that include…