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TCS Techie book on training days
By Suneetha B

Techie Biswanath Pati just wanted to write a novel about software engineers. Set in Kerala, his debut novel, ‘One Week with Her…Life @ Corporate training centre’ has struck a strong chord with the Indian IT ITES fraternity with its nostalgia elements based on induction training days. Mr. Pati has a Doctorate in Applied Economics and Statistics and a Masters in Computer Science. More...

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...

Facebook Customer Satisfaction low
By Asha

There was a time when MySpace ruled USA and Orkut was King in India.  Today, Facebook is the hottest craze. But it seems that many American Facebook users are not satisfied with Facebook, leaving the door open for rival social networking sites like Google+ to do well.  For a number of reasons, American consumers have a very large input into the success of online tech services. More...

Microsoft $250000 for botnet boss
By Sumir Singh

On March 16, 2011, Microsoft announced that the Microsoft Digital Crimes Unit, in cooperation with industry and academic experts, had successfully taken down the Win32 / Rustock botnet. At the time of the takedown, Rustock was estimated to have had approximately a million infected computers operating under its control and was sending billions of spam email messages every day. More...

What are the top freelancer jobs?
By Bala Shah

International website Freelancer has expanded outsourcing to a micro level. To date, over 890,000 projects have been posted on Freelancer, from projects as simple as designing a website ($200) or logo design ($30) through to as obscure as designing a functional Dune Buggy ($268) and composing a Rap song to help Chinese students learn English ($102).  It is a huge hit in India. More...

VidTeq gets 500K visitors a month
By Hitesh Shetty

Bangalore based VidTeq describes itself as having a mission to help with providing driving directions and locating a business.  Their product Video Map is a video clip of the complete route between source and destination with rich features (business logos, background music, turn-by-turn audio overlay, road names etc.) embedded into it. Their site gets 500K visitors a month. 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...

ShopSocially: Shopping weds FB
By Suneetha

Buying a camera or a laptop and looking for some advice? Referrals seem to be taking over shopping decisions now more than ever, and the web is a key player in this activity. It’s this concept that ShopSocially has leveraged successfully by integrating elements of online shopping and Facebook. Samir Palnitkar and Sunil Arora tell us how ShopSocially started and made its mark. More...

WB: 100000 outsourced gamers
By Bala Shah

infoDev is a tech and innovation led development finance program in the Financial and Private Sector Development Vice Presidency of The World Bank (WB). infoDev is coordinated and served by an expert Secretariat. A new study by the infoDev program shows that virtual online currencies and digital work now provide real income to poor and unskilled workers in developing countries. 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...

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