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Friday, September 22, 2006  

A first generation PG student from rural Tirunelveli, who had earlier developed his own product on Vista's Developer platform called "BETA2" has been offered a position in IBM India Research Lab. [The Hindu]
For example, why a computer hangs remains a mystery to most. But Mahesh's product can display the reasons. It can also optimise the download speed of a broadband connection when needed. Unlike other OS, it can also display properties of all the drives in the computer simultaneously. "Such a product would take a team of at least 10 people in a top IT company months to develop. But for a student from a rural background to do all this in just 5 months on his own is amazing," observed N Chokkan, a columnist on computer.

posted by pradeep | Permalink | (1)


yeah I can understand, due to the shitty bureaucracy that stands in between, you will have to satisfy yourself b=y assuming you have accomplished a garguantuan task.

By Blogger Roger Talks Roger Rocks, at 10:48 PM 

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