Ciju Cherian
Ciju Cherian

Did his masters at IIT Kanpur. Got a taste for startups at SlideShare. Since then he has been involved with a few startups, and has been attending various technical/startup events. He has won two Yahoo! India Hackday events. He is interested in education and analytics.

Anantha Kumaran
Anantha Kumaran

After working with few startups he joined us. Within a month he contributed with his DynamoDB emulator. He is an active Lisper and Emacs user. He contributed to Emacs community with few development tools. He lives only with his books, kindle and computers.

Dinesh Gowtham Prathap
Dinesh Gowtham Prathap

He joined us as a campus recruit from IIIT Bangalore. Since then has worked on Android and iOS. Now works on Rails apps. His latest craving has become the gym, which he tries to frequent all 5 days of the week. Makes a point to catch the latest Tamil movies and is working on a movie database app as a hobby. Doesn't mind spending some time to teach a noob or two. Is seen with his headset on, grooving to his favourite jam at times.

Naman Jha
Naman Jha

A all round curious guy with no actual hurry to satisfy said curiosities. Got pulled into the world of programming by its easy accessibility and widely available quality documentation. Likes to swim whenever he can and is a Formula 1 enthusiast.

Rohit Shinde
Rohit Shinde

He enjoys reading about Biology, History, Spirituality, etc, and fiction sometimes. Recently he has started exploring functional programming and is learning Lisp. He claims to be on a life-long mission of fitness and working out on a regular basis, and oftentimes even says "No" to a Vada Pav. He also enjoys drawing, says, it teaches a thing or two.

Sreenuvas K
Sreenuvas K

He's always up and ready to help any of us, be it a squeaky chair or a WiFi problem. Sreenu will fix it up in a jiffy. While we're hacking away, he reminds us to fuel up and orders some grub. He's an avid YouTube watcher and is sometimes seen giggling away at some comedy scene he just watched. He makes sure to catch the latest Telugu flick and is a hardcore Cricket fan!

Rahul Jayaraman
Rahul Jayaraman

He led a team of developers building mobility applications for Banks and NBFCs at Forbes Technosys. He worked on large javascript codebases while consulting for an energy management company. Has an interest in machine learning and has been building toy deep learning apps using tensorflow. He enjoys playing a board game called Go (also known as Igo, Weichi or Baduk) at which he represented India at the 4th Korean Prime Minister's Cup. Has been known to occasionally do cyling brevets. Enjoys running & swimming as well.