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From 1991 onwards we started working to improve the village government schools, first with small experiments in a few schools and then expanding it to the whole district at which point the movement was named Operation New Hope, so that all governmental and non-governmental players can participate and feel ownership of it.

Sonam Wangchuk (Engineer - Innovator and Education Reformist)

Well by now it is a painful common knowledge that government schools are closing one after another, people have lost faith in them and are going to any lengths to send their children to private schools in Leh. I find this very sad.

Sonam Wangchuk (Engineer - Innovator and Education Reformist)

We Indians are constantly looking at foreign practices for replication; also parents discourage children from thinking out of the box.

Sonam Wangchuk (Engineer - Innovator and Education Reformist)

Once I realised how my work would positively affect thousands, it was easy.

Sonam Wangchuk (Engineer - Innovator and Education Reformist)

We’re going to be making a tremendous amount of media.

Casey Neistat (American Video Blogger)

We’re going to start with a daily show and a weekly investigative reporting show, and then we want to get into sports and all kinds of societal issues and music and fashion and art, and on the tech side we’re building technology that enables that media.

Casey Neistat (American Video Blogger)

We started working on the idea in the summer of 2007. We were actually working on some other products and realized that, once again, we would have to work around databases.

Eliot Horowitz (Co-Inventor MongoDB)

In roughly the decade before we started working in MongoDB — between Dwight Merriman, the other co-founder, and myself — we realized we had probably built 12 custom solutions to work around database problems.

Eliot Horowitz (Co-Inventor MongoDB)

If you think about it broadly, MongoDB works really well when your data doesn’t fit a very rigid schema, but you still need to do complex kinds of operations on it.

Eliot Horowitz (Co-Inventor MongoDB)

I think it’s less about specific use cases and more about specific problems and environments.There are characteristics with use cases that really spring to mind, rather than just saying it works really well for CMS.

Eliot Horowitz (Co-Inventor MongoDB)

Databases have always been one of the hardest parts of building complex applications, and if we can make databases more accessible, we can let great innovators do great things for society.

Eliot Horowitz (Co-Inventor MongoDB)

For a company, one reason is that interns add a lot of enthusiasm and excitement to a team, and that can be really refreshing.

Eliot Horowitz (Co-Inventor MongoDB)

The reason I did it was that I was in the middle of deciding between a couple of different career choices, and I wasn’t entirely sure what I wanted to do. I had to decide in the Fall, and there were two majors I was going to pursue. My internship helped me solidify my decision, which was great.

Eliot Horowitz (Co-Inventor MongoDB)

MongoDB started out as a component of a much larger, more ambitious project called 10gen. When my co-founder and I got started on that, it was 2007, and we both shared a powerful intuition that the world was moving towards a serverless model.

Eliot Horowitz (Co-Inventor MongoDB)

Perhaps the most important advice I have about delivering bad news isn't actually about delivering the news; it's about creating an environment where failure is understood to be a consequence of trying, and how you conduct yourself day-to-day.

Eliot Horowitz (Co-Inventor MongoDB)

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