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Team behind $50K Winning App
By Hitesh Shetty

In Jan, 2015, Coca-Cola named winners of its “Shaping a Better Future Grant Challenge”. Global Shapers from Chandigarh, India received the $50,000 Grand Prize for their project, “Kalpa Vrishka,” or “The Tree of Wishes.” This innovative tech-driven project created a network of mobile apps to match organizations and charities in most need with willing donors and philanthropists. More...

Techie’s Book on Kalyug
By Suneetha

He loves cricket, gadgets and writing novels and is the quintessential Indian techie turned MBA turned writer plus occasional poet, blogger, and spoof news writer as well as a journalist. He also has a BE in Electrical and Electronics Engineering, has worked in UST and is working on a start-up. Meet Sreeram Ramakrishnan, Trivandrum boy, who has just had his debut novel released. More...

A Tale of Ten Start-up Cities
By Suneetha

Zafar Anjum is a Singapore-based technology journalist who is currently the Online Editor at Executive Networks Media (formerly Fairfax Business Media Asia) overseeing enterprise IT web properties that include CIO Asia, MIS Asia, Computerworld Singapore and Computerworld Malaysia. However, the first time Techgoss met him was when he chronicled the resurgence of Satyam in 2012. More...

Techie Author’s New Bestseller
By Suneetha

Techie Sudeep Nagarkar has not broken his habit of a best-selling novel a year since 2011. The 2014 title is ‘You’re the Password to My Life’ and released in Nov from one of the big publishing stables of India. Sudeep has however decided to move on from his techie avatar and do what he obviously enjoys. He now writes full-time and along with novels, writes for the TV as well. More...

Film Festival @Techhub Technopark
By Suneetha

Qisa 2014, a short film festival featuring 22 short films directed by Technopark employees, was held at Trivandrum in Dec, 2014. Among the prize winners were Vishnulal.S of Envestnet and Kiran Prasad R of UST Global, winning respective prizes for Best Direction and Best Scriptwriting. Qisa 2014 was conducted by Pratidhwani, a socio-cultural organization of Technopark employees. More...

Techies Bridge Digital Divide
By Suneetha

In a world struggling to manage its e-excesses, here’s a techie duo, Mukund and Raghav, both with very impressive academic bios, innovating to provide affordable computers to India. Their ReNew IT is a Bangalore based provider of refurbished computing infrastructure.  ReNew IT recently received the FKCCI Innovation Excellence Awards for MSMEs 2014 in 'Young Innovator' category. More...

Purdue Alumnus Pens YA Fantasy
By Suneetha

Remember this Purdue alumnus techie Techgoss introduced in 2012? He has enviable degrees in technology and management, plus a muse-blessed pen that scripts stuff like Chhota Bheem and Kumbh Karan. Prashant Pinge is back with a young adult fantasy ‘Sceadu’, a fast paced adventure that travels out from the real world. Techgoss caught up with Prashant as his book hits the shelves. More...

Prolific Writer’s ‘Surrogate Author’
By Asha

Santosh Avvannavar studied M.Tech at NITK, Surathkal, and then started his career as a Consultant and Soft Skills Trainer. He was also a researcher at the University of Eindhoven, University of Twente and Indian Institute of Science.  As a Consultant he has assisted in the branding activities of five Startup companies one of which is a Software Lab. He co-founded Hoffen, India. More...

Former Techie’s One Life to Love
By Hitesh Shetty

Vinaya Patil had a successful career in IT for a decade but resigned from her job at blue chip company Accenture to pursue her passion for the written word.  Tech Hub Bangalore based Vinaya Patil understands a number of languages including English, Hindi, Kannada, Tamil and Marathi. Her novel ‘One Life to Love’ is a well written romantic comedy based on 4 engineering students. More...

Bestseller Techie’s New Book
By Suneetha

When Mumbai-techie Rajat Pillai’s Muse chased history 2 years ago, the book "Chandragupta : Path of a Fallen Demigod" went on to be a bestseller and to be translated into other Indian languages. Now he is back with a paranormal thriller which promises to keep you at the edge of the seat. Techgoss had spoken to Rajat on his debut, and here we are again with another conversation. More...

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