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Pune Techie to climb Everest
By Suneetha

Techie Paresh Naik, who grew up in the picturesque Western Ghats, is in love, with the mountains. And he is a team member of Giripremi, Pune, one of the pioneer mountaineering clubs in India who are all set to scale Mt. Everest in 2012. As they say, it takes more than courage to set foot atop the highest location on the planet. TG chats with him about ambitions with altitude. More...

Kerala based Techies win $25000
By Kerala IT News

‘India Engineered’, a project led by Kochi based Krishna Raj S R and his team - Jyothi Jennifer Kurian, Manu Mukundan and Abulize M V, have been voted the winner of the first phase of Lenovo’s Do Network. They battled 9 competitors to emerge as India’s most promising Tech inventors for their project on empowering engineering students through online tutorials and sponsorships. More...

Nithin in Google+ super user List
By Suneetha

PlusDemographics has been monitoring Google’s social networking site Google+ since it was launched.  Its reports on Google+ have been featured on CNN, MSNBC, CIO, Business Insider and other international media.  The PlusDemographics report on the top Google+ users in India includes the Dalai Lama, actor Shah Rukh Khan and techie turned shutterbug Nithin Prabhakar, among others. More...

Chachii is Mother, Maid and Driver
By Hitesh Shetty

The booming IT-ITES industry in India has empowered many Tech Specialists to leave lucrative careers with blue chip tech majors and launch their own startups.  Nikhil Goel and Tanvi Surti, who met while working at the Microsoft HQ in USA, have started Chachii which is an online platform to outsource chores to labourers on a real time basis.  Techgoss caught up with Tanvi Surti More...

Techie pens a satirical book
By Resmi Jaimon 

Dipen Ambalia is an Electrical Engineer by training and a Techie by profession who has worked in every phase of the software development cycle for some of the most successful tech majors.  Once Dipen steps out of the binary work world of bits and bytes, out emerges a writer with a funny bone.  His latest book ‘LOSER: The Life of a Software Engineer’ will be launched very soon. More...

Technology manager promotes Art
By Resmi Jaimon

Sreekumar Sukumaran, CEO & MD, Hobitute Art & Media Services, quit his successful job as Associate Vice President at one of India’s most respected technology giants Infosys Technologies to pursue his passion for arts.  Hobitute brings art education to the masses using the internet. Hobitute’s second service is an art solution that assists 700 artists to do well in the market. More...

Guinness Record for Indian techie
By Hitesh Shetty

The booming IT-ITES industry in India has empowered many Tech Specialists to make time for their passions.  A Hyderabad based software engineer Chikka Bhanu Prakash has made it to the Guinness Book of World Records for the heaviest weight lifted by a fingernail.  He was successful in lifting 8.668 Kilograms for 28 seconds to set a world record.  Techgoss catches up with Bhanu. More...

Techie book teatime companion
By Resmi Jaimon

Even though his software engineering role is a precise binary world of bits and bytes, his book is about ‘simple stories mostly based on day to day incidents and which the readers can easily relate to’.  TG catches up Vinod Kumar S, the author of 'Tea-20: Perfect Companion for Your Teatime," to be released in Feb, 2012.  29-year old Vinod works for an Indian IT major in Chennai. More...

uTest contest: winners from India
By Shalini Singh

US startup uTest.com was launched in 2007 with the aim of testing software for clients for a fee.  Utest has a base of thousands of permanent and freelance testers (many from India) servicing more than 400 clients around the world.  In Dec, 2011, uTest announced that they had received $17 million in funding.  This latest round brought the company’s total funding to $37 Million. More...

Interview: Kaspersky and Tendulkar
By Bala Shah

Kaspersky Lab has been in the online security business for 14 years and has a client base of 200,000 companies. According to its 2010 financial results, Kaspersky’s global revenue grew by 38% compared to the previous year and exceeded US $500 million.  It employs 2,300 specialists to support 300 million plus clients.  In India, cricket god Sachin Tendulkar endorses Kaspersky. More...

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