About

I am a full stack developer from Bangalore with over 15 years of programming experience. In the last few years, I have worked with various early-stage startups. Before I have worked for Yahoo! and Zynga.

I love solving challenging problems and building stuff. I like neat interfaces. I am genuinely interested in user experience and frontend technologies but I can write server-side code as efficiently as client-side code. I can quickly prototype ideas and design products.

I love traveling, meeting people from different countries and cultures and listening to their stories. I have travelled across 4 continents and over 30 countries.

Few of the topics I like to read are – science, philosophy, world history and economic policies.

15 Comments on "About"


  1. Hi Saurabh,

    Trust things are great at your end.

    This is regarding a job opportunity with a product based company in the
    US (I can not disclose the company at this point, I assure you that it is
    one of the biggest brands in the Internet domain whose products we use on an everyday basis). Their Engg team generally is looking to hire from India for the first time and they are being cautious about it.

    Basically we are looking for very smart and innovative programmers who can join their US office. There is no programming language barrier since they hire purely for talent and not for positions.

    Please send your CV to [email protected] if you would be interested to explore this opportunity.

    Thanks & Regards,
    Ahesan Ali

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  2. Hi Saurabh,

    Trust things are great at your end.

    This is regarding a job opportunity with a high end e-commerce start-up in Bangalore (I can not disclose the company at this point)

    Basically we are looking for very smart and innovative programmers. There is no programming language barrier since they hire purely for talent and not for positions.

    Please send your CV to [email protected] if you would be interested to explore this opportunity.

    Thanks & Regards,
    VimalRaj

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  3. Hi Saurabh!
    I have seen the Slot Machine implementation you have done with JavaScript and JQuery. I really love it and I’d like to do something similar but with 6 pictures instead of 3.
    First of all I’d like to know if you mind that I use your code.
    Thanks in advance
    Jaume Hernandez

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  4. Hi Saurabh

    I like your slot machine coding and I’m learning javascript, is it Ok if I use it for my website without a link to here?

    Thanks!

    Ryan Humphrey

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  5. Hi

    I love your slot machine.

    Is it possible to modify it so that it is always a winner?

    Thank you

    Ben

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  6. Hi Saurabh,

    I have a request you sir that I want to create a portal of competitive exams so that every one can prepare well and good. Will you please help me in the following

    I’m using your quiz application but I’m not a developer if you don’t mind can you please modify it with following features
    – the separate file for adding or modifying questions and answers, time limit and score for that question
    – time duration for each and every question
    – displaying the correct answers and wrong answers in a single page along with the score of the test

    thank you for your time

    if you want to contact me please mail me at [email protected]

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  7. Hi!

    We are Indian couple planning to travel Scandinavian countries. I stumbled upon one of your article and would like to have some tip from you as regard to travel. We are planning to travel for 15 days and we eat vegetarian food. Could you suggest us some must visit places and tips to survive in regard to communication and food. We are not very physically fit so pls suggest places accordingly.

    Thanks and Regards..

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    1. You can visit southern Norway (Oslo-Bergen route along with Flam). I’d recommend Tromso and Lofoten as well but you can decide according to your convenience. In Sweden, Stockholm is an absolute must. You can visit Malmo as well. In Denmark, I visited only Copenhagen. Communication shouldn’t be a problem since almost everyone speaks English there. In big cities you won’t have problem finding veg food, but can’t say the same for smaller towns.

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