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I loved computers since I got introduced to computers in my school days. Started programming with QBasic, used WS4, Lotus-123, DOS and Windows 3.1.
Programming has been my passion. I work at ThoughtWorks and code for living. I love Java, Ruby, and I can read Python code. I had small time affairs with Haskell, LISP and Prolog as well.
Besides programming I like to find and report vulnerabilities in web applications.
I enjoy playing Tabla and love listening to Indian classical music.