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SAP Guru helps make Mehraj music
By Hitesh Shetty

Himanshu Sharma did a BE from Delhi Univ, and later an MBA in Marketing from Symbiosis, Pune.  These days, Himanshu juggles a successful career as a SAP consultant with his love for music.  Himanshu had stints with fusion band Kaash and Kaya before teaming up with like minded souls to launch Mehraj Band. In a social networked world, Facebook helped recruit their lead guitarist More...

Techie co-authors Burman book
By Suneetha

With dizzy numbers like ‘Dum Maro Dum’ and ‘Mehbooba’ to melodies like ‘Tum Aa Gaye Ho’ and ‘Tere Bina Zindagi Se’, music maestro R.D. Burman spun his magic in a number of Bollywood hits. IIT Kharagpur alumnus and SAP expert Anirudha Bhattacharjee and banker Balaji Vittal re-create his magic in a superb, new biography "R.D. Burman - The Man and Music". TG speaks to Anirudha. More...

Techie starts Dial a Book
By Hitesh Shetty

Mayank Dhingra studied to be an electronics engineer and started his career as a software developer.  In 2009, he quit the security of a full time job to start Dial-a-Book that lets you order all types of Books over the phone.  They accept Cash on Delivery in 27 cities including NCR, Mumbai, Pune, Bangalore, Chennai, Kolkatta, Jaipur, Ahmedabad and Hyd. TG caught up with Mayank More...

Techie Shutterbug Rathika Ramasamy
By Suneetha

"Every time, I press the shutter, it takes me one step closer to Mother Nature", says this personable young woman, whose work has been showcased in a number of national and international publications. She travels widely in search of ‘wild’ subjects and conducts Wildlife Photography workshops. Meet Computer Engineering trained techie turned super shutterbug Ms Rathika Ramasamy. More...

Testing Guru with musical talents
By Suneetha

Innovation is his middle name, and it’s what he does for a living. It’s no wonder that Hyderabad based Ashwin Palaparthi composes great music along with software testing techniques. This articulate 31 year old, a VP at AppLabs, is a man of many talents and had even launched a software venture ValueMinds which is credited with a number of award winning software testing tools. More...

How Somewhere @ Nowhere was written
By Resmi Jaimon

Nikesh Rathi, author of Somewhere @ Nowhere, worked with IT industry for some time before going on to pursue his passion for Education and Writing.  Though he had only a short stint in IT at Wipro, it helped him form the central characters of his book. Post his MBA from IIM in 2008, he now works in the educational sector.  Techgoss speaks to Nikesh about his well received book. More...

CISCO finalist now on i2i podium
By Resmi Jaimon

CISCO, which dominates the global network equipment market, sponsors the Cisco I-Prize worth $250K.  The I-Prize is an open, global competition where anyone can submit ideas for Cisco’s next business success. In 2010, Techgoss had interviewed Sanjith Yeruva who has made it to the finals of the CISCO contest. Sanjith has now won podium placement in another prestigious contest. More...

Techie Publisher launches Ripples
By Suneetha

A portmanteau film? Yes! But a portmanteau short story set?  IIT trained techie turned writer-publisher Prashant Karhade pulls off exactly that trick in Ripples, an anthology of short stories launched in Chennai this week by celebrities Revathi and Suchitra Karthik Kumar. Revathi and Suchitra were all praise for Prashant Karhade for this innovative model of publishing. More...

How techies stop Bollywood pirates
By Bala Shah and DJ

Bollywood is a multi billion dollar business.  And such big money always attracts the sharks and pirates.  Every year, Bollywood loses big bucks to the internet pirates.  Even nice guys like Bollywood super star Aamir Khan are not spared.  His latest production Peepli Live had to hire a team of techies working at Bangalore based Aiplex software to help fight off the pirates. More...

Arty Altruism in a Techie Life
By Suneetha B

Techie Vinutha Choudri unwinds most days with some form of hand-craft art. But she knew she had more to do for society in general. She didn’t know what till she waited in a mall, and watched the swirling business life around a Kundan jewellery sale. The rest as they say is history. Vinutha spoke to Techgoss about how her NGO combines her love of art with social service. More...

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