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Hi, Could you please let me know which are the various Product based companies in Pune city. You can just mention the names. [Hope this is not against the posting rules as it is just a list of companies for general information.]
Originally posted by s jain: [company name removed].. a new one..does some body know about it ?
s jain, We have a policy against discussing companies by name on the ranch. Lists of companies by geographical region are OK but please do not try to start discussions about the merits of any particular company here. Thanks.
Originally posted by Mohan Karthick: Java ranch you should have some kind of flag, which says that its older one.
or if some one wants reply 1 year older thread there must be some dialog with confrimation.
I think we had feature. Let me check whether we still have that. And if you have anything specific to discuss about this feature then you are free to open a thread in this forum.
Update: We do have this feature which checks for the date of the last post in the thread and if it identified as old, then you see a popup, asking for confirmation to go ahead with replying in that thread. I believe, "RahulRahul BhagatBhagat" who woke up this old thread did see this pop-up message and decided to post an reply. You did not see this pop-up since the "last post" in this thread was just a day old. [ October 22, 2008: Message edited by: Jaikiran Pai ]
YourNextLeap - which is right next to Parihar Chowk, Aundh is also one of Pune's product startup companies. And I would say one of the handful few which is trying to build a world class product
It is a web based recommendation engine which acts as a virtual career counselor for various career opportunities.
You can check more details here http://yournextleap.com
Don't count your weasels before they've popped. And now for a mulberry bush related tiny ad:
a bit of art, as a gift, that will fit in a stocking