I like building things using computers. My parents were early adopters of technology and I have been playing-with/programming computers since high school. I recently graduated from Georgia Tech, Atlanta with a Masters degree in Computer Science.

I grew up in Erode, a small town in the southern part of India. Straight out of undergrad at PSG College Of Technology, Coimbatore, I joined Microsoft as a Software Engineer. I worked out of Hyderabad for the Windows Sustained Engineering team. My work here involved debugging complex system issues, fixing and delivering updates to the Windows Operating System on a monthly release cycle to the world. I also worked on developing automation to test the quality of recovery components in Windows 8. After two years of that, I joined Georgia Tech for a Masters degree. At Georgia Tech, I worked part-time at the ACES Research lab, developing a software simulation test bed for distributed electrical algorithms. In addition to design and development of the simulation, my work here has involved working with poorly documented third-party software API and visualizing the results of the algorithms.