Originally Posted by Pantisocrat
an hour in not unreasonable. I spend about half hour just preparing the ingredients then another half an hour to get everything mixed. Now, if meat and lots of potato or carrot is...
Originally Posted by GQgeek
I have some on the stove right now. i'm starving and the smell just makes me more hungry, but it still has another hour or so to go. I should marry an indian woman.
In case anyone is interested or if helps bring another perspective, here is the company.
Its called Greenlight Planet, Inc, and here is the link
One of our main competitors is a company called D.Light, and browsing around, it...
Originally Posted by ennui
In my limited experience (1 successful startup, mostly big company work), here are some tips:
* Weigh the opportunity costs of taking this job vs. other options. This is a really...
Instead of creating a new thread, I am just going to continue on this one. Geneva trip is confirmed for next week, so it looks like I have 8.5 days to travel around Europe and get back into Geneva before flying back to NY.
Originally Posted by globetrotter
wow, this isn't a simple thing.
being the guy on the ground in a country is fun and very good for career development
india is the place to be now - it is a growing economy...
Folks, thanks for all the feedback. I have definitely considered a few points that you guys brought up, but there are a few questions raised here that I hadn't asked myself before.
Originally Posted by...
Originally Posted by cchen
I say go for it. Will you make enough money to at least cover your living expenses and continue to pay your loans? It really looks like you have nothing much to lose here. Company...
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Would like some advice or comments from any fellow SF'ers that have started their own company, currently work for a start up, or have worked for one before.
My current situation: 24 years old with little...