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Chip Engineer writes Best Seller
By Hitesh Shetty

IIT educated Sudipto Das has written his first novel ‘Ekkos Clan’ and it is already a best seller.  Sudipto, who has worked for blue chip tech giants like Intel, has 17 years in various aspects of chip implementation as well as involvement (in hands-on & strategic roles) in multiple tape-out activities. The Ekkos Clan is mystery story with a backdrop of ancient Indian history. More...

India at Mozilla Summit 2013
By Suneetha

The Mozilla Summit 2013 happened at three locations across the world, Brussels, Santa Clara and Toronto, October 4-6. Most of the Indian Mozillians docked their presence at Santa Clara and from 700 participants from 95 countries, about 50 were from India.  Shahid Ali Farooqui, a FOSS enthusiast, was one of the Indian participants and gave Techgoss a complete report of the event. More...

Kabhi Love Bytes Kabhi Love Bytes
By Resmi Jaimon

Kerala based Aparna Nair did a B Tech and then worked at blue chip tech giant IBM for 2 years.  She has written a book ‘Kabhi Love Bites kabhi Love Bytes’.  As the title suggests, it is the journey of love of a young and confident Meera at tech hub Bangalore.  Meera is bitten by the Love Bug and as in all good coming of age novels, there is the heartache, joy & finding oneself.. More...

‘ReBoot’ to ‘Mug to Mike’
By Arti

With over a decade of experience in the IT industry, Sunil Koshy just couldn’t ignore his "inborn" love for music.  Even as he worked full time in blue chip technology majors like Intel and Hewlett Packard, his musical talents and their fruition were biding their time. Sunil, who started singing at the tender age of 3, had released a popular Audio Film – ReBoot which was a hit. More...

Techie starts Mera Food Choice
By Hitesh Shetty

Many highly qualified Techies in India are leaving hugely successful careers to manage their own startups.  Meet Techie Piyush Suresh Kasliwal, who after a very successful career in the world of bits and bytes over many years, has started his own company.   While at Satyam Computers (now Tech Mahindra) and waiting to consume his favourite snack, he got the idea for his venture. More...

Security Expert launches F9pix
By Hitesh Shetty

The booming IT Sector has empowered many highly qualified Techies to take a chance to pursue their interests in the creative world.  Meet Sandeep Kamble, a highly regarded Security Researcher and Developer, who is an entrepreneur by choice.  Even as he responsibly discloses bugs in tech giants and speaks at international security conferences, he has launched a photo site F9pix More...

intelloCut eyes overseas expansion
By Shalini Nagaonkar

'intelloCut', a material planning and optimization software for sewn products industry (apparel / leather / inflatable /  upholstery / footwear / home furnishing manufacturers/ technical textile etc.), developed by Noida based Threadsol Softwares, was declared the first runner up at the Microsoft Bizspark  Startup Challenge 2013 National Finals held in June, 2013 at Bangalore. More...

Profitable Startup after 9-5 Job
By Resmi Jaimon 

Reethika Sunder is a woman of many talents.  She studied at the prestigious IIM Ahmedabad, and instead of starting her career with a very lucrative job at a blue chip giant, she chose an apparel software startup firm.  She then joined an iTOPS Company and executed a number of high profile critical consulting assignments.  Reethika has also done consulting work for startup Emplay More...

Shital Somani on Dell $60K Win
By Shalini Nagaonkar

Two students from India received the $60,000 grand prize at the Dell Social Innovation Challenge (DSIC 2013) held in USA for their project Solar Conduction Dryer. The duo was short listed from 2,600 ideas submitted from every corner of the world. The DSIC recognizes students who envision, create and implement social innovation projects that help communities around the world. More...

AI Techie behind TommyJams
By Hitesh Shetty

The booming IT-BPO Sector has given many Techies the opportunity, finances and inspiration to give form to their great ideas.  Meet Parth M. Saxena, Co-founder of TommyJams, who left a hugely successful tech career to pursue what he describes as a ‘vision, an initiative and a spark’.  TommyJams is a transparent, hassle-free and inexpensive community of Artists, Venues and Fans. More...

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