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BPO-Sutra: From Web 2.0 to Literature 2.0
By Suneetha

Sudhindra Mokhasi is riding a wave, a book wave! Chetan Bhagat did introduce us to ‘One night @ a call centre’, but Sudhindra does more, and he brings us a whole tapestry of true stories from the BPOs in his book BPO-SUTRA, which has sold 10, 000 copies in just a month.  Techgoss interviewed Sudhindra Mokhasi, former VP of MphasiS and currently CEO of e-Sutra Chronicles. More...

Tech Company CEO takes $290000 pay cut
By Pulkit Sharma

Hewlett Packard, like most tech companies, is feeling the chill winds of a global recession.  The first quarter (ending Jan 31) net income has dropped by 13 percent and revenue targets have been not been achieved. America was the only place which saw a revenue increase of 11 percent.  Revenue from emerging economies like India, China, Brazil and Russia fell by 22 percent. More...

Despite record profits IBM cuts jobs
By Shalini Singh

IBM has just posted record profits.  2008 was a great year for IBM.  It had a record revenue of $103.6 billion; Record pre-tax profit of $16.7 billion; Record earnings per share of $8.93; Record free cash flow of $14.3 billion, up $1.9 billion, excluding Global Financing receivables. But this has not prevented layoffs in IBM USA. India will be relatively unaffected. More...

A Day dedicated to Lady Bloggers
By Suneetha.B

Heard of Ada Lovelace? No? Or is it yes, and can’t place her? Okay, what about Charles Babbage? Ah, does that ring a bell? Well, Augusta Ada King or the Countess of Lovelace, or the English poet Lord Byron's only legitimate child was one of the world's first computer programmers. This techie pioneer wrote the very first description of a computer and of software. More...

IIT Super techie writes popular book
By Suneetha B

For UK resident Indian techie Farahad Zama, this is the manifestation of a childhood hobby and the continuation of a family activity (his father is an author). This Vizag born IIT Kharagpur alumni wrote ‘A marriage Bureau for Rich People’ during his lonely commute to reduce the stress he felt in his job when he made the change over from writing programs to managing people. More...

Software CEO seeks political career
By Sree

In the forthcoming elections to the Lok Sabha in 2009, many of the NRI crowd is slated to fly back to India to test their luck in the political waters. One of them is Srikanth Reddy Palem, the MD and CEO of Four Soft (the world's largest transportation and logistics software products company), who would be contesting as a TDP (Telugu Desam Party) candidate. More...

Techies launch news website for ordinary Indians
By Bala Shah

The mainstream media in India has played an important role as a pillar of democracy, but for many reasons it is restricted on what it brings to the public attention.  Traditional media is more focused on big issues like Governments and businesses houses.  Like all large organizations, there are hierarchies and a news article may go through 3 levels before it makes it to the print edition.  Last but not the least,  are strong advertising revenue bonds between some big newspapers and business houses which prevent ‘free and fearless’ reporting.  More...

Techies lose election battle but win hearts
By Suneetha.B

The results of the Karnataka state assembly elections are out and the winners are celebrating while the losers are still in deliberations on what really went wrong. Techgoss had followed the odysseys of two techies Ravi Krishna Reddy and TS Chandrashekar into politics. Here is what happened to their first ever performance at the husting. More...

Honest Techie loses symbol in Karnataka elections
By Suneetha.B

Ravi Krishna Reddy is a disappointed man. A goof up by the authorities may cause him to lose the election which he was contesting to the Karnataka State Assembly from Jayanagar, Bangalore. Reddy was allotted the election symbol of the ‘nagara’ or the drum. The campaign in India is usually focused on the symbol, and Ravi too went round appealing to the voters of his constituency to vote for the ‘nagara’. A few techies had volunteered to be with him and they had gone round till the last moment appealing for the ‘nagara’. More...

Mr. Average gets American working visas
By Shalini Singh

The lobby in America pushing for more working visas (aka H-1B) pants a picture that without more tech workers on such visas, USA would loose its competitive edge.  And that these ‘best and brightest’ on H-1B visas help America keep its leadership position in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. More...

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