CREDIT: Raffles Medical Group
I don’t know if I’m the only one that faces it, but I seem to regularly edit the contents of a local Git branch, add/remove files, commit, only to realise that I’ve been working on the wrong branch!
The following is the story of how GoUrbanGrow was born.
The weekend of 25th-27th of October, 2013, I participated in Yes!Delft’s 1-2-Launch startup program: a 60-hour marathon, with coaching from seasoned investors and entrepreneurs.
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This weekend I’m participating in Yes!Delft’s 1-2-Launch weekend startup program. It’s been an absolutely blast and I’m completely psyched about the business we’re launching!
It’s been a great experience getting out on the street and figuring out what problems people are facing and want solved.
Having “grown up” on MathWorks MATLAB for my high-level scientific computing applications, I’ve grown accustomed to the easy, click-to-inspect interface that MATLAB provides when prototyping new algorithms. MATLAB is sold as the Language of Technical Computing, with good reason.
Finally, I decided to migrate to a Wordpress-based site. I hope this means that I’ll be more motivated to keep the content here updated more frequently.
There’s plenty to report since my last post, almost a year ago.
Time for another update. Since my last update, lots of has happened. After a winter break on the East Coast, I got my nose back to the grindstone at the start of the new year.