In the past 4 years I’ve attended San Jose State University, I’ve not only acquired a great education, but have also met some amazing people that I can definitely see becoming my lifelong friends. Continue reading “Personal Story: My experience attending SJSU”
Driving around in the city can be very stressful, especially if you’re an Uber or Lyft driver. Here are some tips to stay calm and maximize your profits! Continue reading “Tips for driving in San Francisco”
The subject of racism has become an issue on the platforms of some of the Bay Area’s best tech companies, and experts say the business models of the “sharing economy” could keep startups from addressing the issue. Based my own personal experiences as both an Uber and Lyft driver, this revelation is quite shocking. Continue reading “Is there racism in the sharing economy?”
Some people may argue and say we’ve reached the peak of the “sharing” economy.
Postmates is a logistics company that operates a network of couriers who deliver goods locally. Postmates is often compared to similar start up company Uber because of its use of mobile phones to receive orders and dispatch delivery drivers. The capabilities of technology are really incredible. Postmates operates in 18 U.S. cities. As of October 2015 their website lists more than 100 metropolitan areas. Continue reading “Postmates: Everyone’s Favorite Delivery Slice”
So here is a little story from my own personal experience. I have actually worked for both Uber and Lyft as a driver for each company! First of all, I want to say that I really enjoy driving for these companies. You meet very interesting people during your hours driving on the road.
Some of the most successful innovators in the sharing economy including Lyft, Uber, Airbnb, and TaskRabbit. These brilliant companies have disrupted the industries that they’re in, and they’ve grown at a substantial rate. Continue reading “Pros and Cons of the Sharing Economy”