According to the Bill James rule past performance in a particular field is a fairly good indicator of future performance.That’s why they always want to see your past experience listed in your resume before hiring you for the job.
In my case, this is my resume. Feel free to get click happy.
Paclet Inc- the case of the modular data centers
A university ran out of data center space just when it was needed the most. With a tight deadline looming straight ahead and grants worth millions of dollars in stake the situation was critical. Read how modular data centers saved the day in this case study from Paclet Inc.
This was my first job right out of college and I got to work with two of my greatest passions- IT and English. In my nearly 13 months as a staff writer with Digit- India’s largest personal technology magazine- I wrote on a wide variety of topics. Here are some featured pieces
NOTE: These articles were written for the print version of the magazine. If you are reading them online the user experience is not going to be top notch. In other words, you are gonna see some big blocks of text.
The Numbers Game: A introduction to Web Analytics. Avinash Kuashik, Analytics guru and Google Analytics Evangelist weighs in (February 2008 issue)
Hurrying Data Along: Where I dust out my crystal ball, peer into it and attempt to predict how future networks would look like in terms of technology and impact on society (February 2008 issue)
Cable Challengers: A look at alternatives to cable television available in the Indian market- Direct To Home , IPTV and Digital Cable (Aug 2008 issue)
Trail of Bytes: If you wanted to be a cyber crime buster this article would have helped you. (July 2008 issue)
Email Architecture: A behind the scenes look at how email works. MUA, MTA, MDA, MX, POP3, IMAP4, MIME and other assorted terms demystified (July 2008 issue)
Distances Don’t Matter: A review of a free collaboration software called Collanos Workspace (May 2008 issue)
Educ@tion: As the @ indicates this article looks at free online learning opportunities. Initiatives like MIT’s Open Course Ware, CMU’s Open Learning Initiative, iTunesU and India’s NPTEL are featured here (May 2008 issue)
Compiling from source in Linux: This article is a bit technical and walks the reader through the various commands s/he needs to key in in order to convert source code into a working program in Linux. (April 2008 issue)
Handle With Care: All about online reputation. Message of the article: Don’t put anything online that you don’t want your mom or your boss to see. Everything else is fair game.(March 2008 issue)
Root, Boot, Etc: Must read for those flummoxed by the file hierarchy in Linux (February 2008 issue)
Take Ten: A review of ten games, across various genres that run on both Windows and Linux. You might want a look if you are a gamer. (October 2007 issue)
Access:Granted : Want to use MS Access to manage your data? Here’s how (September 2007 issue)