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Techie is Motivational Speaker
By Suneetha

He works with Accenture at Mumbai. He is a motivational speaker in his free time, works with NGOs on weekends, and after that finds time to pen fiction. It’s quite not in that order, but Anuj Tiwari, the Bareilly Boy and debutante author tells us that his days are for work and evenings for his passion. Curious? Listen to what Anuj tells Techgoss about his multifarious profile. More...

Techies Lyrics in Popular Movie
By Suneetha

Anu Elizabeth Jose is on a high as the box office and fans sing to the tune of her amazing lyrics, but she keeps her words short and sweet. This Kerala based TCS techie penned 3 songs for the recently released romantic Malayalam film ‘Thattathin Marayath’ and one song has lent the film its much-loved title. Techgoss meets Anu who credits her success to God, family and Teamwork. More...

Bollywood loves Techie’s Posters
By Hitesh Shetty

The booming IT industry has enabled many Techies to pursue their talents and passions.  Meet Computer Engineer Abhinav Bhatt who juggles the role of Functional Analyst of Retail Applications by day and a successful Designer of Posters once he finishes his day job. His Posters are so eye catching that they have been publicly praised by many Bollywood big names like Rohan Sippy. More...

From Tech to Shuttlecock Boys
By Hitesh Shetty

The booming IT industry has enabled many Techies to pursue their talents and passions.  Meet Techie Hemant Gaba, a Maths graduate from Delhi,  who had a J2EE related tech role in blue chip MNCs like CMC and UBS, but left the lucrative and secure world of technology to make films.  Their debut feature film Shuttlecock Boys opened earlier this month and has received good reviews. More...

Techie creates a Magical Palace
By Hitesh Shetty

The booming IT industry has enabled many Techies to pursue their talents and passions.  Meet Kunal Mukherjee who studied Physics at Birla Institute of Technology and Science followed by Research at IIT.  This was followed by even more study in USA and then a successful career in technology – first as a Techie then a Manager.  His book ‘My Magical Palace’ has been well received. More...

Brightest Minds at Startup Village
By Resmi Jaimon

Kerala has always been one of the key IT-BPO hubs in India, and growing from strength to strength.  In April, 2012, it received a big boost when Infosys co-founder Kris Gopalakrishnan inaugurated the first Startup Village in the region.  A public private partnership, the Startup Village aims to groom 1,000 start-up firms over the next 10 years.  And it is off to a flying start. More...

Techie assisted Horse and Rider
By Hitesh Shetty

Techie Grace Nethala, who has studied Computer Science at  Osmania University, India as well as at Virginia Tech, USA, was invited to assist in the post production work of  the critically acclaimed, award winning film ‘Horse and Rider: Journey towards Freedom’ by Ben Stamper Pictures in association with Freedom Firm, and her life changed forever. Techgoss caught up with Grace. More...

Techie Protagonist in popular Novel
By Suneetha

Chandi Prasad Rout Ray’s Kismet is certainly good. His debut novel, where the protagonist is a techie stuck in the rut of a typical life, is a straight from the gut narrative, finding an echo in many a techie’s heart. The reader reviews drool with empathy on the protagonist’s thinking and the charts hold Kismet 3.0 high. Techgoss finds out from the author how the book was born. More...

Yummy Aid funds for a social cause
By Kerala IT News

The Network of Women USsociates (NowU) at UST Global, one of the largest IT employers in Kerala, organised their annual food festival ‘Yummy Aid’ at their office in Technopark early this week. Funds raised at this event will be provided through UST Global Foundation to build a computer lab for the students of the Kanyakulangara Government LP School on the outskirts of the city. More...

Techie Co-authors Romantic Novel
By Suneetha

Sandeep Jain a Rajasthan boy now in Australia, credits Chetan Bhagat with providing inspiration for writing ‘Status Updated’, a romantic novel. In Australia since 2008 to pursue M.S in IT and a Management degree, Sandeep is with telecommunications company, Optus, as Sales Manager. The novel is Co-authored by Apurva Sanjeti, a law student at Dehradun. Sandeep speaks to Techgoss. More...

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