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Techie pens short story anthology
By Suneetha

It’s mostly a ‘slice of life’ but Technology Manager Dheeraj Chauhan’s short story anthology touches a chord with most people. His choices of premise resonate with what all of us see as we pass through life day in and day out, rightly indicated by the title ‘Behind the Windows’. Techgoss meets up with this NIT Allahabad, IIM Lucknow alumnus and avid movie buff for a short chat. More...

Techie film on the IT-Mafia link
By Suneetha

Bangalore bred techie Nagendra, who moved to USA in 2000, literally lives for his passion, films. He has already been involved with two films; one in Kannada and the next titled Mumbhai Connection (note the spelling) which narrates an IT-Mafia nexus and is going places. Techgoss caught up with award winning ‘Atlanta Nagendra’, his name is his tribute to the city he lives in. More...

Male Techie behind SlutWalk website
By Suneetha B

The long and difficult battle for gender equality in India is made easier by the fact that many emancipated men are doing all they can and stand shoulder to shoulder with the female campaigners.  Meet FOSS Evangelist, Hacker and self described ‘Friendly Geek’ Techie Pratul Kalia who not only walked the walk in the Besharmi Morcha demonstration, but also helped create their site. More...

IIT graduates turn to ISKCON
By Nina Mukherji

The meaning of life, finding yourself and discovering God are questions that many individuals are seeking answers to. And not just monks sitting in a monastery high atop a hill. But regular people - young and old alike from different walks of life are looking for these answers. In fact, we found some IIT graduates giving up their careers in order to follow a spiritual path. More...

What went into making of MalCon?
By Sameer and DJ

Mumbai hosted the MalCon conference on Dec 3.  On its site, it describes itself as ‘the world’s first platform bringing together Malware and Information Security Researchers from across the globe to share key research insights into building and containment of the next generation malware’.  Being the first of its kind of public conference, it drew much international attention More...

Online NGO helps Cyber victims
By Resmi Jaimon

Even as Indian private sector IT, BPO and Telecom firms have made the country a digital super power, the Government infrastructure lags behind.  Except for a handful of States, Indian police do not have the skills and budgets to take on cyber crime. Most victims of cyber crime, especially women, find themselves helpless. NGO CCVC steps in to offer assistance to such victims. More...

How HyTech won a NASSCOM Gender Inclusivity award
By Sumir Singh

NASSCOM, which is the voice of the booming Indian IT-ITES sectors, announced its Gender Inclusivity Awards in Dec, 2009.  NOIDA-based HyTech Professionals India Ltd was honoured with the NASSCOM Award for Excellence in Gender Inclusivity for the Best Emerging Company which has been in existence for less then 5 years. More...

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