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Goodbye Tech Hello Organika
By Hitesh Shetty

The booming IT-BPO industry has enabled many Techies to pursue their talents and passions.  Meet Anusha Katta who studied Engineering at Osmania University, India and then did a Masters in Computer Science from USA.  After more than a decade of working for blue chip tech majors like Intel and Citrix, she co-founded Hyderabad’s first authentic Frozen Yogurt and Bubble Tea store. More...

Techies Theatre Group makes waves
By Suneetha

The Bard said ‘All world is a stage’; these techies of Manch Theatre believe at least Hyderabad is so. Run by a few tech professionals, Manch started as a Hobby Club, and with their long hours of practice, it grew from one success to the next. Manch is Hindi for stage. Their Facebook page says they are The Theatre Group at Infosys Hyd; Riyaz Usman tells us what more Manch is. More...

Ms. Kannokada: Seeta from Stanford
By Hitesh Shetty

While the booming IT industry in India has enabled many Techies to pursue their talents and passions, the yearning to do the same is equally strong for some who have migrated to USA.  Meet Ivy League Stanford trained Engineer and Mayfield Fellow (given to study high-tech entrepreneurship) Melanie Kannokada who quit a lucrative job with McKinsey to pursue her dream of acting. More...

Bhasa inspired Techie’s hit Novel
By Suneetha

Anand Neelakantan’s hero is the anti-hero of mythology, Ravana. At a time when retellings are in vogue, this IOC Engineer admits to have been curious about the ‘other stories’ of mythology from his childhood. His book ‘Asura: Tale of the Vanquished’ is climbing the charts within a month of its release. Anand speaks about his trysts with Bhasa and his readings of the Ramayana. More...

Blood, sweat and social work
By Hitesh Shetty

The booming IT industry has enabled many Techies to pursue their talents and passions. While the traditional path is to finish college, work for a few years, save and launch a startup, there are those who are courageous and confident enough to skip college.  Meet Karthik Naralasetty who left Rutgers to launch his startup and separately his social service initiative Socialblood. More...

Tabtor makes virtual learning real
By Hitesh Shetty

IIT trained Raj E. Valli has worked as VP of Marketing and Head of Business Development for WABCO Holdings inc. (NYSE, $3B).  He has 14+ Yrs Experience as a seasoned executive with billion $ companies and has held leadership positions at Honeywell / AlliedSignal across multiple verticals and functions. His academic and professional qualification include an MBA and MS from USA More...

Anupama Arya at G20 YES Summit
By Hitesh Shetty

The G20 Young Entrepreneurs’ Alliance believes that young entrepreneurs are critical in the promotion of economic growth, creation of jobs, promotion of innovation and drivers of social change. To strengthen this movement and to generate the political impact on the world stage, the G20 Young Entrepreneurs’ Alliance (G20YEA) organizes the G20 Young Entrepreneur Summit (G20 YES). More...

Anita Borg Award for Sarita Adve
By Hitesh Shetty

US-based Anita Borg Institute is one of the most successful activist organizations in the world of technology. It seeks to increase the impact of women on all aspects of technology, and increase the positive impact of tech on the world’s women.  It’s Board and members include some of the most influential women in global tech who work for FB, IBM, Intel, CA, Cisco, Google etc. More...

3080 Indians at Google Code Jam
By Bala Shah

The Google Code Jam is one of the most prestigious programming contests.  The contest takes place over the course of multiple ‘Rounds’ - fixed time frames in which contestants compete to solve a set of algorithmic problems. Rounds take place at scheduled times. Contestants who do well enough in a round advance to future rounds, until the finals in US when a champion is decided. More...

Goodbye Tech Hello Music
By Suneetha Balakrishnan

Computers, commerce & music make her life. An expert programmer and web designer, she speaks five languages and understands Dutch too. She is a self-taught flutist who teaches and performs across the world and her music is on display at Amsterdam's tropical museum. She has performed with maestros like Dr Hariprasad Chaurasia. Meet the very accomplished Dr. Jayaprada Ramamurthy. More...

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