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Started in 2012 with the aim to help our friends solve their day to day computer problems and also a keep directory of new computer tweaks and tricks which we find every now and then.
Why the name Techanger ?
After days of searching I could not find any good domain name. Even the bad ones were taken. I became frustrated and a bit angry as I wanted to start blogging as soon as possible. Then I found this name on wordroid. It’s a unique and brandable name so I decided to go with it . We started this blog due to our friends’ never ending questions about computers for same problems. So we decided to make a blog and fill it up with all the technical knowledge that we have gained overs the years.
Meet the founders!
I’m a normal guy who has a passion for coding and technology. Most of my time spent on experimenting new and interesting technologies. Now through TechAnger I’m sharing what I have learned over the years. I also have interest in competitive programming. You can find me hanging out on Codechef.
My spare time is spent trying new Linux distros, reading fiction, playing third person shooters or recently in solving Rubik’s cube.
An avid book reader and currently working as a Java Web Application developer in Bangalore.
Hi, I am a person with infinite thoughts and opinions about everything. Travelled to half of India and studied in over dozen schools in different part of India which allowed me to experience diversified culture of India. The food, culture, rituals ,geographical, spectrum of spoken languages and climate, ethnic varieties, etc. Experienced all of it before the age of 14.
My curiosity and interest in computers escalated when my father bought me a desktop computer way back in 2003 when I was 9 years old. Back then, it was the era of newly launched Intel Pentium IV processors and Windows XP was still new trying to get grip in the already established market of Windows 98. First came online with a 56kbps dial-up Internet .
While I was living in Eastern India, I developed deep interest in football, and played inter-city level football when I was in Kolkata from Deybia FC in under age 17 slab. Later moved to home town for finishing schooling from The Modern International School.
A big foodie, loves cooking contemporary style of food. Sarcasm lover and a humor preacher.
I am person of infinite thoughts and opinions about everything.