I work on a high performance file system service on cloud at AWS in Greater Boston area. Prior to that I worked on an emulator, FPGA prototyping tool and a static analysis tool for hardware chip designs.
I am one of the founders and co-organizers of Boston Hack && Tell, a fun meetup for programmers to showcase their work.
I spent the fall of 2016 at Recurse Center learning assembly, low level systems programming and distributed systems.
I was also an OPW intern with Gnome Foundation in 2013. I wrote a GeoIP and WiFi based Geo-location server and client library. This library later became part of GeoClue which provides location information.
I founded AID Kolkata in 2006 which is a volunteer movement working with grass-root organizations in India.
I like running, biking, swimming and trekking.