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By Fehmida Zakeer

The Society for Rich Internet Application - Rich User Interface (RIA-RUI) is a not for profit organisation working for the promotion of idea sharing and generation in the fields of rich internet application and rich user interface. The group partners with local and international organisations to bring high quality technical events to India. Touch Tour Chennai is one such event. More...

Tester Techie becomes Fitness Guru
By Hitesh Shetty

The booming IT-ITES industry in India has empowered many Technology Specialists to drop out and pursue their dreams.  IT Graduate and Certified Software Test Engineer Kumar Mannava worked with blue chip companies like HSBC before pursuing his passion of being a Fitness expert and Consultant. And in an online world, it was Facebook that connected him with fitness guru Stan McQuay More...

Techie behind SFO Hotel, Bangalore
By Hitesh Shetty

The SFO Hotel in Bangalore is based on the city of San Francisco, the exterior and interior architecture brings about a flavor of San Francisco. A boutique hotel located close to Electronic City, many of its guests hail from the IT-BPO sector. Extechie Srikanth Karkada is the man behind the Hotel, and he has been inspired by happy memories living and working in San Francisco. 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...

Techie sacrifices much for Art
By Hitesh Shetty

It is not often that one meets a super successful techie who sacrifices the security, huge salary and perks of the booming technology sector to pursue an interest in art. Sunil Chandurkar did just that and resigned his job as Director of Software Engineering at CA (Computer Associates) to launch online portal MyTheatreCafe on September 5, 2010. Techgoss caught up with Sunil. More...

Techie Pens Children’s Fiction
By Suneetha

Rashmi Chandrasekhar, who has a Masters in Computer Science, has no qualms about admitting that she still enjoys reading Archies, Enid Blyton and Harry Potter. Perhaps this honesty and child like wonder is what makes her a successful children’s fiction author and strengthens her connection with her audience. Meet Rashmi, who works with EBay at California as a software engineer. More...

Indian SMS driven NGO wins $375K
By Bala Shah

US based Knight Foundation supports transformational ideas that promote quality journalism, advance media innovation, engage communities and foster the arts. It believes that democracy thrives when people and communities are informed and engaged. Since 2007, Knight has invested about $100 million in new technologies and techniques, including online news and info requirements. More...

How Partners in Crime happened
By Suneetha

About that film or music clip or ring tone that you downloaded rather than purchased legally. Have you done a criminal offence or just exercised your freedom as an individual?  Piracy in art is something many of us have been guilt of. Paromita Vohra, the well-known documentary film maker, examines this issue among others in her film Partners in Crime. Techgoss spoke to Ms.Vohra More...

Inspiring Techie helps students
By Nina Mukherji

M.G. Jayaprakash, a software engineer working at IBM, has set up the Jai Hind Academy, an institute giving free tuitions to students who are weak in their studies. This techie is deeply passionate about preparing and guiding these youngsters towards a better life, and he feels a deep sense of achievement and pride every time one of his student’s does well and scores high marks. More...

IPL Girl: 5000 Facebook requests
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IPL and blogs seem to be fated to controversy. Last year, the Fake IPL Player put all IPL players on tenterhooks with his riveting blog then walked away with a book deal and a column. This year, the IPL Girl has grabbed the limelight with a newsy and now shot-down blog, as well as a twitter account. Gabriella Pasqualotto, from South Africa, is the youngster behind the IPL Girl. More...

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