The future isn’t all what it used to be anymore


This is really difficult for me to say since optimism about technology making our future better is what has kept me going all my adult life. It’s why after a degree in mechanical engineering and an MBA , I chose to be a programmer . It’s also why despite multiple leadership opportunities on sales and…

12 questions that I get asked the most about social media


A lot of people know me primarily through social media – this blog ( and SAP blogs in past) , LinkedIn , Facebook and Twitter . This has generally been a net positive experience for me . I have been stopped for conversations at airports around the world by random folks. I have walked into…

Math and Science in daily life – Part 2


Last time, we discussed how Pythagorean theorem helps us in every day life. Today, I would like to invite your attention to Pi , a beautiful constant (yet one we cannot fully measure) that is in practically everything we see and use. Image courtesy https://firstnewnan.com/casual-pi-day/ So, what is Pi ? The common definition is that it…

Math and Science in daily life – Part 1


In my job, I spend a lot of time explaining technology topics to my clients in simple english. Off late, a lot of such conversations are about AI, Data science, Quantum Computing etc . Those topics are rooted in maths and physics (amongst other things), and I often find there is some fear about math…