Tag: things I’ve learned

5 Things That All Startuplifers Have In Common

I’ve been there too. Okay. I don’t know if you have. The feeling of looking at this preposterously cool-looking startup hustling bubble thing and thinking “I wish that was me but how the hell does one get there”. I’m so normal. I don’t even know what a startup is. I

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Life after life – Michelle

This internship can change your career and the way you see the future. I ended up in Silicon Valley under rather unusual circumstances. During my 4th year of studying architecture at Aalto, I acquired an arm injury that made studying extremely difficult. While researching new technology that could help me,

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Clueless Geek's Guide to San Francisco

How can an introverted Finnish geek survive in a vivid city like San Francisco? This was my foremost concern when thinking about U.S. internship back in spring 2015. And here I am, near Silicon Valley, midst of all the technological happening. I’m Ruksi, Startuplifers intern and all-around code cowboy currently occupied with neural networks

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How to Be a Generalist Without Losing Your Soul

  Iiro Isotalo is a Product Designer at BetterDoctor Photo credit: Senja Larsen I’m curious. It’s the curiosity that has taken me to live on different continents. Above all, curiosity has directed my professional life. It’s the curiosity about product development that has taken me on a journey through many

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