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Deshraj : The Coder Who Never Ceased To Learn

Posted by Sakshi Wagh

As children we have been taught that the recipe to success however small or large, lies in hard work, determination, passion and loving what you do! Deshraj is one such ordinary student who has exceeded expectations and whose hard work and determination has paid off, big time

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The Father of Video Games : Ralph Baer

Posted by Arunima Agarwal

Scooby Doo. Rings a bell? George Clooney? You do remember him! And for the gamers- Simon? You surely are a 90’s kid! We did appreciate intelligence wrapped in gimmick and style. Simon, ancestor of gaming consoles, as you can respectfully put it, was invented by Ralph Baer who was born in Germany on 8th march, 1922 to Lotte and Leo baer, who worked in a shoe factory

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Marissa Mayer: Ebullient Truss Of Yahoo

Posted by Sadhvi Verma

A few years back, Yahoo witnessed the phase when the company’s parking lots were empty for the weekend by 4:30 PM Thursday. It took years for Yahoo to perk up its products, while competitors took months or just weeks. Yahoo’s apps for android and iPhone were ham-fisted.

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Father of the Pentium chip : Vinod Dham

Posted by Arunima Agarwal

Intel is a word which everyone is acquainted with- laptops seem less appealing without their logo- as soon as the ad pops up on our TV screens, we all hum along with the intel tune in our cacophonies, such is its relevance

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Engineering her own rise : Ruchi Sanghvi

Posted by Aditi Rai

Ruchi Sanghvi, Facebook's first female engineer, played an imperative role in moulding one of the globe's most influential web companies.

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The Internet's Own Boy: Aaron Swartz

Posted by Arunima Agarwal

Had Hitler been alive, he would have banned reddit in Germany. Born to Jewish parents in Chicago, Aaron Swartz was something what we all are aspiring, or for most engineering students I should say, perspiring to be - programmer.

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