Here is a giant service initiative from YFYİ YFYİ (Yeni Fikirler Yeni İşler – New Ideas New Works)! We sat down, researched, discussed, agreed, and found five watchable films for you. We also arranged them according to IMDb points. Now open the screen, select the film and start watching. Enjoy the show!

The First $20 Million is Always the Hardest (2002)

Andy, a successful marketer in the company that where he worked in those years when there was a boom of dot.com, decides to abandon his work and change his sector in order realize his projects in the field of computer. Andy, who started working on the idea of a $99 personal computer with his friends, quickly received a recompense for his efforts. But this situation gives them a serious enemy… (IMDb 5.6)

 The Internship (2015)

This is a kind of film that you will enjoy when you watch it. In this film released in 2013, there are apprentices competing to be employed by Google. Two friends who were sacked from their jobs and struggle to cope with the problem of unemployment go to Google for an internship. But they have to compete for the interviews and trainings with young people and the experts. Moreover, they will compete with each other to be accepted. The film focuses on the benefits of team work, and it also contains information about Google. (IMDb : 6.3)

Flash of Genius (2008)

The film, shot in 2008 in the USA, is a true story of life. In the 1960s, US car manufacturers would search for the solutions to ensure that cars can also be used in the rain. At that time, in the basement of his house, Dr. Robert Kearns found a solution to this problem of auto manufacturers and developed an example of the ‘wipers’ which we use today on the cars. Kearns, who started negotiations with Ford in connection with his invention, found himself out of the game, even though the inventions’ patents were in his possession, and his struggle to continue for years started. When you watch the film, you will feel the importance of the concepts of determination and perseverance. (IMDb : 7.0)

Revolution OS (2001)

In the US-made documentary released in 2001, GNU, Linux and free software are explained. The documentary also includes interviews with people such as Richard Stallman, Michael Tiemann, Linus Torvalds, Larry Augustin, Eric S. Raymond, Bruce Perens, Frank Hecker and Brian Behlendorf. (IMDb : 7.3)

Pirates of Silicon Valley (1999)

The subject of the film directed by Martyn Burke is the story of two companies, Apple and Microsoft, who are considered as technology giants today. In the film, we witness how Steve Jobs and Bill Gates transformed their initiatives starting in the garages of their homes into the world’s giants. You can get inspiration from the world’s giants about the issues such as ambition, belief, perseverance, and courage when you are watching movies like. (IMDb : 7.3)

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