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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...

Techie Wins Best Lyricist Award
By Suneetha

When TCS techie Anu Elizabeth Jose arrived at the movie world doors, she made an impression with her debut in 2012 with the Malayalam blockbuster ‘Thattathin Marayath’, known not just for its happy ending romance story but also its mellifluous songs. Anu has not looked back since. She then went on to pen the lyrics for several films as well. Then the IPL song happened in 2013. More...

How Organisations Really Work
By Suneetha

When we spoke last with techie turned writer Vasudev Murthy in March, 2013, his tryst with ‘Sherlock Holmes’ out there ‘in Japan’ was in the pipeline. A year later, his book ‘How Organisations Really Work’ is going to be released by Bloomsbury in November or December plus his Sherlock Holmes has been adopted by Poisoned Pen Press, a U.S. based crime fiction publisher of repute. More...

Kannada Star at Techie’s Launch
By Supriya Singh

In Sept, 2014, a Kannada feature film titled ‘A Day in the City’ will be released.  Techies have made significant contribution towards making of this film. The movie is based on a positive, socially aware concept which delivers a message to citizens. The film explores how government officers function and talks about topics such as effective governance and national integration. More...

Get a Job WITHOUT an Interview
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...

GigStart helps artists land gigs
By Shalini Nagaonkar

GigStart, founded by Atit Jain and Madhulika Pandey, is a marketplace that helps make quick and transparent connect between entertainers and party planners. The startup seeks to facilitate the relationship between an artist for hire, and someone looking for one in the first place. GigStart has been selected among the new batch of 11 startups announced by GSF Global Accelerator. More...

Junaid Asad: And We Remained
By Fehmida Zakeer

Junaid Asad won prizes in school for writing. He credits his mother with fostering in him the love of reading and appreciation of good writing. Junaid is also a design interface professional as well as social media expert, who has worked for a number of blue chip tech giants.  When he started on his debut novel, ‘And We Remained’, he says he had many self-doubts and challenges. More...

Techie Builds Positivity App
By Suneetha

BITS alumnus Ajit Balakrishnan has a PG in Software Engineering and 15 years at Wipro, TCS and UST Global, as programmer, business analyst, process consultant and leadership coach. He has also done project management, business development, and strategic decision making. But now he is busy creating Play Altoopa, an internet game application for character building and positivity. More...

FB Rs 4.5L Prize to Indian Teen
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In 2011, Techgoss had reported that Facebook (FB) had decided to follow Google and Mozilla’s example and pay anyone $500 for detecting and reporting security flaws in their software.  When announced in 2011, FB made it clear that the cash award will be increased for serious security flaws. By 2013, India was the second biggest recipient of Facebook's huge 'Bug Bounty' programme. More...

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