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Indian Crowdsourcing Success Story
By Sid

RHL Vision Technologies is a startup based in Cochin, India and incubated at Startup Village. They have recently raised $175,000 for their wearable gesture control product called FIN. The overwhelming support of their Idea saw this startup exceeding their funding target of $100,000. We chat with Mr. Rohildev Nattukalingal, CEO of RHL Vision, to understand their success story. More...

Best-seller Techie’s New Book
By Suneetha

Bestselling author and Mumbai techie Sudeep Nagarkar obviously believes in writing a best-seller every year.  His previous books, written in 2011, 2012, and 2013, continue to top the bestseller charts and have been translated into regional languages. Sudeep’s latest "Sorry You're Not My Type", launched on Valentine’s Day, is a true story of a reputed college music band in Delhi More...

SAP Techie’s sterling social work
By Hitesh Shetty

Janyaa is a non-profit organization founded by few idealistic Engineers who realized that lives of under privileged rural children in India can be changed by changing the way they learn. It started in 2009 with an innovative ‘lab in a box’ program to teach Science and Math using hands on learning with relevance to daily life. Techgoss caught up with its President Venu Nadella More...

Ravinder Singh’s Book Big Success
By Suneetha

Techie-author Ravinder Singh says the game of records doesn't suit him, yet the numbers chase him with every book he pens. His debut ‘I Too Had A Love Story’ sold 2,40,000 copies in three years. His second book ‘Can Love Happen Twice’ sold 1,00,000 copies the first week. His third book ‘Like It Happened Yesterday’ is the biggest imprint of Penguin Books India at 2,50,000 copies. More...

The Crystal Guardian series
By Resmi Jaimon

Ravi V did an Engineering Degree in Electronics and Communication from Uni of Madras.  USA based,  he has about 18 years of IT experience which spans from  being a Developer to CEO of entrepreneurial ventures Ravi has a keen interest in ancient Indian history and mythology, and his first literary venture, The Crystal Guardian Series, is a testimony to this deep abiding passion. More...

Dynamic Duo behind Doctrz
By Hitesh Shetty

Umashankar Kotturu and Jagadish Vishwanatham worked at blue chip tech giant Infosys in key roles before they launched Doctrz.  Umashankar, who graduated from IIT Madras, always wanted to do something meaningful and he sees Doctrz as an instrument towards this idealistic goal.  While at Infosys, a significant part of Kotturu’s role was building Client Relationships at CXO level More...

The Steradian Trail praised
By Hitesh Shetty

Apostolos Doxiadis, NYT Bestselling Author of Logicomix, has praised The Steradian Trail as 'a beautifully written, stylish novel  . . a gripping mystery’.  IIT & MIT educated M N Krish's book The Steradian Trail is an engrossing cocktail of science and religion, mythology and technology, history and human greed.  The plot includes IT and computers and people who work with them More...

Letters and Code of a Mirrored Mind
By Hitesh Shelly

Vikram Chandra’s book 'Red Earth and Pouring Rain' won the Commonwealth Writers Prize for Best First Book and the David Higham Prize for Fiction.  His other novels 'Love and Longing in Bombay' and 'Sacred Games' have received the same critical acclaim.  Vikram’s programming and tech expertise helped him pay his way though graduate school and fund research for his first novel. More...

Ajaya - Epic of the Kaurava Clan
By Suneetha

If it was Ravana last year, this year its Veda Vyasa and the Kaurava clan; Anand Neelakantan, reluctant techie and passionate wordsmith is back with a new novel ‘Ajaya - Epic of the Kaurava Clan, Book I- Roll of the Dice’. The book was released by the celebrity couple Nagarjuna-Amala at Hyderabad the other day. Neelakantan’s first book ‘Asura’ had been a chart-topper last year. More...

Ray’s Murder Mystery after Kismet
By Suneetha

Chandi Prasad Rout Ray works for Wipro Eco Energy, which offers energy management services for enterprises. His debut book Kismet 3.0 empathised with a techie’s life. It was a laugh riot that found an echo in many a techie’s heart. Chandi Prasad’s new book Rachel is a diametric opposite. It’s a dark and fast thriller, and is based on Newton’s Third Law. Techgoss finds out more. More...

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