Some would call us 10x engineers, rockstars, ninjas and so on. But we are just regular folks with a committment to go deep in terms of our technical knowledge, build and train our intuition to see software design patterns and be meticulous and focused on what we're doing. We encourage practices such as pair programming and unit testing because it builds a culture of focus and forces the pair to pre-medidate on the needs of the project and the task at hand before writing code.
Divyanshu likes solving complex business problems using mathematics and programming. He obsesses over making things simple but no simpler. He likes coding in Ruby, Elixir, Clojure, JS and loves the combination of Elixir and React. Apart from this he enjoys reading SciFi/Non-fiction and playing his guitar.
Prashanth is a full stack hacker who started coding since he was 9. He can dabble around frontend, backend, cloud, database and has worked with 11 languages so far and is adding more to his stack. He loves to train aspiring developers with his experience and expertise. He believes and preaches "If you aren't updated, you are outdated".
Naren is a backend guy who loves to engineer systems at scale. He primarily works in Python, Golang and AWS but always ready get his hands dirty on other tech stacks. He is an open source enthusiast who speaks at tech conferences and loves giving something back to the community. While he is not stirring up code, you can find him training for cycling races and treating himself with gluten-free foods.
A Chartered Accountant by qualification, he's now an iOS & macOS developer by choice. Over the last 6 years, he has built multiple apps that aim to make life easier for people on the go. A huge believer in automating things, he's currently excited about the prospects of Machine Learning & AI.
Vijay is passionate in developing solutions to interesting problems with variety of technology stacks, having spent 11 years designing and developing concurrent & distributed systems at scale. If he isn't with his laptop possibly he roams somewhere in India, most probably alone, accompanied with his camera and a book. He has gear-accumulation-syndrome, books, camera & gears.