As I write on my introduction, it seems a like long journey so far with a few great and a few not so great memories along the way. Born in a village (coastal Karnataka, India) which has no basic facilities such as electricity, vehicle transportation, telephone, schools and hospitals, it feels great to have kept moving up the curve.  I loved cricket sport ever since my childhood, while commerce and finance world attracted me during college days. Yeah, our college syllabus included BASIC, COBOL and FORTRANs of the world which turned me off from computer programming. However, technology world attracted me since my post graduation, working in the Investment Research Outsourcing industry in Bangalore, India. I had a strong opinion with regards to religion, culture, custom, politics etc. until 2011 or so. But not anymore. A few years ago, my younger brother asked me – ‘what is the use for yourself to be alive?’. Quite remarkable question made me realise, more I free up my mental space I can explore better things. So now, I deeply care about my paid job and equally on technology world, commerce/economy, business operations and entrepreneurship. I do advocate for one law of nature – theory of obsolescence.

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