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IITians write The Game Changers
By Suneetha

They bring you those never narrated before stories of tech entrepreneurship in India, and do away with the belief that great companies are built only in the West.  They have worked hard to compile twenty such inspiring stories of their alumni into a book ‘The Game Changers’. Meet Yuvnesh Modi, Alok Kothari and Rahul Kumar, from IIT Kharagpur and their  book that’s making waves. More...

Gopi Sade: Techie & Poker expert
By Hitesh Shetty

The booming IT industry in India has empowered many Tech Specialists to make more time to pursue their passions. Some IIT Graduates have stopped pursuing lucrative careers in India and overseas and are with NGO’s as well as organizations like ISCKON. Software testing Techie by day and Poker expert after work, Gopi Sade, finished fourth at the recent World Gaming festival in Goa. More...

Judy Balan:  Author of Two Fates
By Sherin M

Judy Balan wears many hats, single mother, advertising professional, avid blogger, playwright, and now a novelist. She quit her job to be a full time parent and to focus on her writing. Her book, Two Fates, which began as a spoof on IIT trained iconic author Chetan Bhagat’s Two States has proved it can stand on its own by going in for a reprint within a month of its coming out. More...

Anu: Techie, Teacher and Triathlete
By Hitesh Shetty

The booming IT industry in India has empowered many Tech Specialists to make more time to pursue their passions. Techgoss catches up with Bangalore born and raised Dr. Anu Vaidyanathan who has earned a PhD in Electrical Engineering in record time, hacked Linux and open source at IBM,  taught at IIT and IIM – all while becoming the most successful Indian female Triathlete ever. More...

Why Rishi gave $8000 to Milaap
By Hitesh Shetty

Milaap.org describes itself as ‘an online platform that enables you to lend to India's working poor so they can get access to education, clean water, energy and more. It’s a loan, not a donation. This means you get your full loan amount back once your borrower repays it.’ One of its co-founders Sourabh has a successful record with startups and helped launch Milaap in June 2010. More...

MacArthur Fellow Shwetak Patel
By Suneetha

Shwetak Patel, known for his software which helps consumers conserve energy better, is well recognised in the field. He co-founded a residential energy monitoring start-up ‘Zensi’ in 2008 while in graduate school. Shwetak was nominated a Fellow at Microsoft Research Faculty in July and is now a MacArthur Fellow.  Each MacArthur Fellow gets a no strings attached $500,000 grant. 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...

Techie’s book sells 240000 Copies
By Suneetha.B

In 2006, an Infosys techie met his soul-mate at Indian website Shaadi. A perfect courtship later, life crashed for Ravinder Singh when his fiancé died tragically in an accident. In 2008, his debut novel ‘I Too Had A Love Story’, a true love story, went on to touch a zillion hearts and won him many admirers. Techgoss tracks Ravinder to his new life and new book at Hyderabad. More...

Nokia Apps Millionaire Virat Khutal
By Shibi Karan

The multi billion dollar mobile applications business is booming.  And creative Indian operations like TwistMobile are riding this insatiable demand for entertainment, education and social networking on mobile devices. The Nokia Millionaire League is a group of over 200 application developers (Eleven from India) who have crossed the 1 million download mark at the Nokia Store. More...

Techie makes Wine in Latin America
By Hitesh Shetty

The booming IT-ITES industry in India has empowered many Tech Specialists to drop out and pursue their passions.  Some IIT Graduates have stopped pursuing lucrative careers in India and overseas and are with NGO’s as well as organizations like ISCKON.  One leading security expert has cut down on his hours to practice Art of Living. Another has opted to be a Fitness Trainer More...

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