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Thriller ‘You Adored, Me Ignored’
By Resmi Jaimon

Ambalika Bhattacharyya is an Engineer by Training who started her tech career with blue chip Indian major Infosys.  She then did a PGDM from Mudra Institute of Communications and even worked in the Public Relations field before going on to teach at a College.  And now she has returned to IT at India’s most successful tech giant TCS. She has also written ‘You Adored, Me Ignored’ More...

Autowale goes to Boston, USA
By Shalini Nagaonkar, a venture by Ubida Solutions Pvt. Ltd, is among the 128 Global Finalists of the 2013 MassChallenge Accelerator Program.  The finalists were selected over a six-week evaluation process led by hundreds of industry professionals in the Boston community and dozens in Israel. This month, the finalists will convene in Boston to engage in the 4 month accelerator program. More...

Fith Media flies to Startup Chile
By Arti

Being a school or college dropout is no longer a stigma, and that has been yet again proved by the bright and talented founders of Fith Media – an Indian gaming startup which has been selected in the latest batch of Startup Chile program. Fith’s games and moreover their names are as interesting as the profiles of the founders Sumeet and Kima.  TG spoke to the pet friendly duo. More...

Helping US girls begin tech careers
By Shalini Nagaonkar

Tara Chklovski, founder and CEO of Iridescent, is making all possible efforts to encourage girls in the US to take up IT careers. Tara moved from India to US in her twenties. She has previously worked as the principal at a K-6 school in India. Tara has consistently and cost-effectively doubled Iridescent’s impact every year by using tech, synergistic partnerships & volunteers. More...

Techie behind Go Goa Gone
By Hitesh Shetty

He used to program computers but is now working with a super star like Saif Ali Khan in India’s first Zombie film.  Meet Raj Nidimoru, who gave up a successful career as a Programmer to achieve great success in the competitive world of film making and Bollywood. The Producer-director team of Raj and Krishna D.K. are the men behind India’s first zombie comedy movie Go Goa Gone. More...

Techie is Echoing Green Finalist
By Shalini Nagaonkar

Neil D'Souza, Founder and President of Zaya, is one of the Finalists of the 2013 Echoing Green Fellowships.  The prestigious Echoing Green which ‘unleashes global talent to solve the world’s biggest problems’ received nearly 3,000 applications for the Echoing Green and Black Male Achievement Fellowships. With the help of 532 evaluators, 39 Echoing Green finalists were selected. More...

From Tech at Infy to Reading Hour
By Suneetha

Nine years with Infosys, Vaishali Khandekar then said good bye to software programs in 2004, and co-founded an English language literary print magazine Reading Hour, which now receives submissions from all over the world, from seasoned as well as aspiring writers, including techies. Vaishali talks about her publishing odyssey and how spouse Arun and she share a love for the word. More...

Techie Bhagat is Debut Author
By Suneetha

Meet Ketan Bhagat, debut author, and ex-anchor with Doordarshan. You might know his brother Chetan. Yes, Chetan Bhagat. Yet, this Mumbai Oracle techie’s novel on real NRI life, which he says is not at all like a Karan Johar film, was not published easily. The pedigree did nothing to help as one would assume. Ketan Bhagat pulls out all stops in this frank chitchat with Techgoss. More...

RankJunction to go global
By Arti

After spending over 12 years in the field of nanotechnology, Rashmi Gautam is successfully running a first of its kind venture 'RankJunction' for the last two years. Rashmi, along with her husband, thought of creating a platform that helps predict students' rank in actual exams. Despite  being a unique concept, the ranking platform has been used by over 1 lakh students so far. More...

Techie Turns Children’s Publisher
By Suneetha

Anushka Ravishankar says she was called a techie rather inconsistently, and in phases, from 1983 to 1996, but learning a new programming language each time she came back. She has now reinvented herself, after motherhood, as a writer, and finally, a publisher, at Duckbill. Her story could inspire you, if you look to use your talent to build a second career. Here is our chitchat. More...

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