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Techie pens book on Chandragupta
By Suneetha

Rajat Pillai is a techie but his Muse chases history. Armed with an MBA from IMI-New Delhi and ESC-France, this Chief Project Manager at one of India's largest financial services organization has brought out a debut historical fiction on iconic Chandragupta  titled "Chandragupta : Path of a Fallen Demigod". Rajat currently resides in Mumbai but hails from Trivandrum, Kerala. More...

Techie behind murder mystery
By Resmi Jaimon

Techie Sharath Komarraju was born in India, and as a teenager, accompanied his parents in a move to New Zealand.  After studying Engineering at New Zealand, he joined blue chip tech major IBM.  Currently, he is based in Bangalore.  His novel ‘'Murder in Amaravati' hit the bookstores recently. Sharath, who has a keen interest in science fiction and mystery, is a prolific writer. More...

Techie’s Love Cocktail
By Nina Mukherji

Sahani, a techie from TCS, just published his first novel – Love Cocktail. “I never thought of writing and publishing a novel and definitely not one in English.” says the young man who hadn’t read too many novels in English till he wrote his own novel. And yet an idea to write a book coupled with determined perseverance translated into a published novel 3.5 years down the line. More...

Neha: Cherries Aren’t Red Elements
By Hitesh Shetty

A growing economy in India, especially in IT-ITES hubs of cities like Bangalore, has enabled many to pursue their talents and passions.  Meet Bangalore based Neha Agarwal who resigned from a very lucrative career with an MNC  to fulfill her desire to serve India by joining its civil services.  While preparing for the civil services exam she wrote ‘Cherries Aren’t Red Elements’ . More...

Wiki Malayalam Meet held at Kerala
By Suneetha

Barry Newstead, Chief Global Development Officer of Wikimedia Foundation, which publishes Wikipedia, flew down from the US to be Chief Guest. Also present were Hisham Mundol, Consultant with Wikimedia India Program, Arjuna Rao Chavala President of Wikimedia India Chapter and Shiju Alex, Consultant at Wikimedia Foundation. This was Wiki Sangamotsav 2012, for Wiki Malayalam folk. More...

Bagchi: writer of exceptional talent
By Resmi Jaimon

Amitabha Bagchi was born in Delhi in 1974. He did his BTech in Computer Science from IIT Delhi and then a PhD in the same discipline from the prestigious Johns Hopkins University. He returned to India and currently is an Assistant Professor in the Computer Science and Engineering Department of IIT Delhi.  His first book, Above Average, was published in 2007 by HarperCollins. More...

Tech manager’s Sufi music magic
By Hitesh Shetty

The booming IT-ITES industry in India has enabled many Tech Specialists to pursue their talents and passions.  Meet Devika Chawla who schooled at the prestigious Modern School, Delhi before moving to the USA to complete a double major at Georgetown Uni.  Devika did exceptionally well in IT and was appointed as Director Engineering at Yahoo, but her heart and soul was in music. More...

Divvaakar on The Winner’s Price
By Hitesh Shetty

S. V. Divvaakar has done a BTech from IIT Delhi.  After a successful career in India, he moved to Dubai to set up an international trading company.  After returning to India, Divvaakar set up a consulting practice and some of his clients have an ICT background.  At the age of 50, he resolved to give more attention to writing.  Result?  A very readable book ‘The Winner’s Price’. More...

Techie’s Carnatic music spreads joy
By Hitesh Shetty

The booming IT-ITES industry in India has enabled many Tech Specialists to pursue their talents and passions.  Meet Sanjay Sri Balusu who studied Engineering at Anna University and then moved to USA to do an MS.  While Sanjay’s day job is at one of the high profile international tech giants, his mastery of Carnatic music has brought great joy to his audience in India and abroad. More...

Infosys should treat cats with care
By Yasmine Claire

Recently, a prominent Bangalore newspaper published a story about the problems that one of the most reputed tech companies in India Infosys seems to be facing with cats in its Electronic City campus. According to the story, there are 250 cats and the employees are afraid of them and as a consequence Infosys employed a pest Control Company called ISS HiCare to remove the cats. More...

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