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Obama praises startup’s NRI CEO
By Shalini Nagaonkar

Techie Geetha Vallabhaneni, who moved to the US from India 15 years ago, was given the privilege of introducing US President Barack Obama at an event in Tech Hub San Francisco in November, 2013. President Obama started his speech by saying: “I want to start by thanking Geetha for the wonderful introduction and the great work that she’s doing.  Give her a big round of applause". More...

Satyam Techie is script success
By Resmi Jaimon

Rakesh Mantodi studied Computer Science and worked at tech giant Satyam Computers for 6 years. But he always had a strong desire to write and direct movies.  Rakesh has written the script for Thira (first in a Trilogy) which was released in November and has created a lot of positive buzz among film fans.  The highly regarded Shobana makes her return to Malayalam cinema in Thira. More...

Tech Writer on Lit Prize List
By Suneetha

Amandeep Sandhu has worked as a Technical Writer at blue chip Technology giants like Novell and Oracle.  Amandeep Sandhu’s second novel ‘Roll of Honour’ is literally on a roll, of honour. When the prestigious Hindu Literary Prize, with a purse of Rs. 5 Lakh, announced their five-book nominations for 2013, he is one of the authors on the list. The winner will be announced in 2014 More...

Story behind The Startup Diaries
By Bala Shah

Gagan Jain and Neeti Jain, authors cum entrepreneurs, have launched their first book, "The Start Up Diaries", a collection of real stories on ordinary entrepreneurs with extraordinary journeys. The book was unveiled by Phanindra Sama, CEO of Redbus.in, one of the entrepreneurs featured in The Start up Diaries. Six of the most successful entrepreneurs are featured in the book. More...

Ananya wins $100,000 in Contests
By Suneetha

A graphic designer who has won 137 contests at international online graphic design marketplace 99designs, and won almost $100,000 in prizes, he has worked 12 years in visualization and was designer at places like 123greetings.com and Ontrack Systems Ltd.. He is the CMO at Virtuoso Analytic, which integrates catchy designs and durable databases. This is Ananya Roy, from Kolkata. More...

Tech pioneer makes Music Magic
By Hitesh Shetty

Palem Srikant Reddy hails from one of the most distinguished families of Andhra Pradesh, India.  After completing an Engineering Degree from REC (now NIT) Trichy, he obtained an MS from Ivy League university Stanford.  This was followed by successful stints at tech giants like HP, before he founded IT company Four Soft Limited. A man of many talents, Reddy has just made a movie More...

Indian Finds LinkedIn Premium Bug
By Shalini Nagaonkar

In Mid 2013, LinkedIn announced that 20 million Indians had signed on to use its services.  In 3 years, it had a 500 % growth rate in India.  In its last Quarter, LinkedIn reported that its revenue jumped 59 % to $363.7 million.  Not surprisingly, many top security professionals protect LinkedIn.  And yet a bright young man from India Murtaza Amin found a serious security bug. More...

India’s i7 Networks goes to Chile
By Shalini Nagaonkar

The prestigious accelerator programme Startup Chile, which is a global competition, offers each selected company stay in Chile for six months – for which they received $40k of equity-free seed capital, a 1-year work visa, and access to local financial and social networks.  The latest Startup Chile batch which starts in Nov, 2013, has a very substantial representation from India. More...

Techie role model of RTI activism
By Hitesh Shetty

The booming IT Sector has empowered many highly qualified Techies to take a chance to pursue their heart felt calling even when it involves a huge pay cut  Meet Rakesh Reddy Dubbudu, a gifted Engineering student who started his career with blue chip software giant Oracle. After working as a Functional Engineer for 5 years, he decided to spend more time serving the common citizen More...

Techie pens hilarious YA book
By Suneetha

Ravi Venkatesan uses a lot of Rajini one-liners in his dialogue. He also swears by fruits, the more angry he is, the larger the fruit. He looks forward to that exalted day when he will ‘get to middle-school’ and do what he likes. Ravi is this cute protagonist of Flat Track Bullies, a hilarious book by TCS techie Balaji Venkataramanan. Balaji chats with Techgoss about his book. More...

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