FAQ

1. What is a co-operative company?

A co-operative (co-op) is a slightly different kind of business governance and ownership. A Co-op is owned wholly or partly owned by the individual members (associates). Members get a chance to have a say in how the company and or products are managed as the associates have a stake in the company and or its products. The cooperative system originated in India and suites the Indian psyche well. Amul co-operative (Milk / Butter company) is one of the biggest examples in India running three types of essays since/before the partition of the country. There are many other examples in the world / India. Many tall residential buildings in India run on a co-operative system. It means that the members (or flat owners) are small part-owner of the co-operative company and or its products.

2. A Digital Tool :

Digital tools are software that acts as a tool to enhance productivity in our lives, work, and world. Search function, Email, are examples of a digital device. Google is a DT products company. DT producers rarely take work assignments from outside and have their own products to showcase. Most software companies in India are contractors meaning they take the contract from outside, create it and move on to the next agreement. Just like a building contractor takes a project, and upon completion moves to next. But a product company makes their DT and operates it. An Indian example is www.Naukri.com They made their own product, and manage it themselves

3. Start Up Company :

A startup company (startup or startup) is an entrepreneurial venture which is typically a newly emerged, fast-growing business that aims to meet a marketplace need by developing or offering an innovative product, process or service. A startup is a company designed to scale very quickly. It is this focus on growth unconstrained by geography, which differentiates startups from other businesses. Time to market is its biggest challenge and the cause for success. Google, Apple, Microsoft were a startup at some time. PM Modi, had initiated a Startup the initiative in India about two years ago. PAYTM is an Indian startup. For more info and types of DT startup

4. Full Stack Developer :

A Full Stack Developer is someone with familiarity in each layer of the portal development, marketing, and management of it (From start to finish). Layers of the full stack are a server, network, and hosting, etc. to know your product from concept idea, development to hosting and sales. Business Logic: The heart of the value the application provides. Skills in Solid object orientation and Frameworks are needed. API layer / Action Layer / MVC: How the outside world operates against the business logic and data model. Frameworks at this level are used heavily. Full-stack developers have the ability to write clear, consistent, simple to use interfaces. The heights to which some APIs are convoluted. User Interface: Full-stack developers: a) understand how to create a readable layout, or b) acknowledge they need help from artists and graphic designers. Either way, implementing a good visual design is key. It includes mastery of HTML5 / CSS. JavaScript is the up and coming language of the future, and lots of exciting work is being done in the JavaScript world (node, backbone, knockout…) Data Modeling: If the data model is flawed, the business logic and higher layers start to need strange (ugly) code to compensate for corner cases, the data model doesn’t cover. Full-stack developers know how to create a reasonably normalized relational model, complete with foreign keys, indexes, views, lookup tables, etc. Full-stack developers are familiar with the concept of non-relational data stores and understand where they shine over relational data stores. User Experience: Full-stack provides all that users want portals to work. A good system doesn’t give its users carpal tunnel syndrome or sore eyes. A full-stack developer can step back and look at a process that needs eight clicks and three steps, and get it down to one click. Full-stack developers write useful error messages.

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