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Back Bencher to Software Engineer
By Resmi Jaimon

The booming IT-BPM Sector in India has empowered many Technology professionals to fulfill their passions involving more creative literary pursuits.  Meet Tech Hub Bangalore based Anil Antony, who is one and half years into a successful career as a software engineer,  and has penned a very readable book ‘As Told by the Rascals’ which tells ‘Cool Back-Benchers’  side of story. More...

Bye Tech, Hello full time Author
By Suneetha

Sujata Rajpal was in charge of Corporate Communication & PR activities of Software Paradigms Infotech Pvt. Ltd, an IT MNC in Mysore, and is also a freelance writer with by-lines at publications like Femina, Deccan Herald and Star of Mysore. She has recently published her debut novel titled ‘The Other End of the Corridor’. Techgoss spoke to Sujata about her book, career and more. More...

Software Architect pens Photolog
By Resmi Jaimon

The booming IT-BPM in India has empowered many Techies to fulfill their passion for travel and share their rich experiences with the rest us.  Meet Praveen Venkiteswara Annu who works as a Software Architect at one of the most reputed global tech companies and who has penned “Himalayas: Through Heaven and Hell in the Hills: A journey along the treacherous Manali - Leh highway.” More...

Brave Techie behind ShyCart
By Hitesh Shetty

ShyCart.com is an online private ecommerce site for Condoms, Napkins, Lingerie and much more. As the name suggests, ShyCart is a personal shopping platform for items men and women usually feel shy and hesitant to walk into a convenience store and ask for such products. The Site completes the holistic shopping experience by even giving you a chance to place a query to ‘A Doctor’ More...

Scarred for Life, Healed Forever
By Resmi Jaimon

Ashwati Menon has a solid grounding in computing. After a Bachelors in Computer Science followed by a Masters in Computer Application, she started a successful career in IT.  Her current role is as a Project Manager at one of the most respected tech giants looking after clients in a number of countries. She has just released her second novel ‘'Scarred for Life, Healed Forever.’ More...

The Techies behind Pustaka
By Asha

Bangalore based startup Pustaka allows users to read vernacular e-books online.  It has 250 plus titles from Tamil, Kannada & Telugu language authors for sale or rent. This is India's first e-book selling and a lending portal for vernacular language books. Many such books are not available as e-books, which are preferred by the younger generation. Pustaka aim to bridge this gap. More...

IT Companies Healthiest Workplaces
By Bala Shah

Eighteen companies from a variety of sectors, including IT-BPO, were named Healthy Workplaces in India this year, the second year of a pioneering public health program being implemented by Arogya World. At a high-profile award ceremony held in Nov, 2014, Arogya World announced this year’s Healthy Workplace winners and commended them for their commitment to workplace wellness. More...

He Fixed the Match, She Fixed Him
By Resmi Jaimon

Shikha Kumar studied Computer Science at Delhi and then joined India’s most successful tech giant TCS.  She now works as a Manager and says she has always preferred staying at TCS because “of its ethical values, fair treatment and unbiased conduct. Their rich experience is unmatched in industry and professionalism is synonym for the company”.  Shikha speaks about her new novel. More...

IT-BPO workers like Servesy
By Hitesh Shetty

Techie run startups are disrupting every facet of India and in the process making our life easier in every way.  Meet Techie Harmeet Kawatra who not only launched his first venture while studying BTech,  but also gave up a job at blue chip tech giant Google to follow his dream.  His startup Servesy is a One-Touch solution for housekeeping assistance with 10+ different services. More...

NRIs use UberHealth for Healthcare
By Hitesh Shetty

Tens of millions of Indians live abroad of which many have done very well in life.  There are a very large number of millionaire Indians in USA, Europe and Middle East.  One thing that binds most Indians is the close family ties and how children will do everything to make their parents comfortable back home in India.  Uberhealth manages all aspects of family healthcare in India. More...

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