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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 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...

Tech CEO on Views of Women
By Resmi Jaimon

Pratheeksha AK, CEO of Kochi based Amidray technologies, has been instrumental in launching a social platform Views of Women (VoW), and plays a major role in promoting & consolidating Kerala’s first business network for women entrepreneurs. After completing her MBA in 2010, she started Amidray Technology. TG catches up with the 20 something businesswoman making waves in Kerala. More...

Good Bye ITES Hello Bun Burner
By Hitesh Shetty

The booming IT-ITES industry in India has empowered many Tech Specialists to drop out and pursue their passions.  Some IIT Graduates have stopped pursuing lucrative careers in India and overseas and are with NGO’s as well as organizations like ISCKON.  A leading security expert has cut down on his hours to practice Art of Living. Vinu S.V took a break from ITES to pursue biking. More...

Techie quits job to help Artisans
By Suneetha

It was the call of the inner soul for Preethi Prabhu; she gave up a lucrative salary and the comforts of her IT Manager’s cabin for philanthropy, of the art kind. Her penchant for preservation of culture and heritage helped, and she founded the IndyaKaleidoscope which helps many rural artisans earn more income by cutting out the role of the middleman. Preethi spoke to Techgoss. More...

IITian pens IIT Romance
By Suneetha

Shubha Ranjan Saha, who studied Mechanical Engineering at Indian Institute of Technology Madras, did not go far when he needed a premise for his debut novel. He chose the IIT, and the rest of his premise came from the peripherals of his work place, the airlines industry. S R Saha, the author of 'Jab se you have loved me... the story of an Airhostess and an IITian', speaks to TG More...

Techie book: Can Love Happen Twice
By Suneetha

Second books are the acid test for an author. And Ravinder Singh, whose first book was a huge hit and sold more than 250000 copies, is on a roll again. The run down to the public release of his second book, ‘Can Love Happen Twice’, was surrounded by frenzied anticipation and now with the book in hand the readers are in love again. TG speaks to Ex Infosys techie Ravinder Singh. More...

Techie in team for yummy Chaat
By Suneetha

Partial to street food?  And live in Delhi, but fear lack of hygiene? Here’s hope! Aahar Rath ‘The Litti’ which describes itself as  ‘India's first branded mobile designer vending outlet serving Indian traditional dishes’, is spearheaded by NIFT graduate Suraj Kumar along with a couple of young men, including techies. TG speaks to Rohit Sharan, one of the techies on the team. More...

IITian pens sequel to popular book
By Suneetha

A techie writing fiction is not a rarity these days, but to IIT Kharagpur alumnus Farahad Zama it’s a habit. This London based techie’s debut book ‘A Marriage Bureau for Rich People’ made waves in 2008, and he followed suit with a sequel in 2009. Vizag born Zama, who has an M. Tech from IIT, started his career in programming and is now an IT Director, is back with more books. More...

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