About Me

Welcome and Namaste!

I am a polyglot developer and have been hacking at things for over sixteen years now at the time of updating this page. I love building things with technology, especially architecting scalable, highly performant, multi-tier solutions and I strive for rich user experiences in all of the applications I build.

Contact Me

Here are the links to my profiles on some of the tech/social sites. Connect with me on any of these or send me an email to ‘me@<this-site’s-domain>’.

My GPG Key

Technical Experience

C# and .NET have been my bread and butter for quite some time now, with an increased focus into Microsoft Azure, Windows Store Apps Xamarin etc. for a little while in between. Until about a year or so ago, my day job used to be building on native mobile apps on all of iOS/Android and Windows platforms; but I am presently working on a pretty large, distributed web app that mostly satisfies the guidelines to be called a twelve-factor app.

Outside of my job, I have also been contributing to a few Open Source projects - especially in NodeJS/.NET/iOS/Android/Web categories and would definitely love to keep doing more of this. Have done a fair bit of Aurelia, Angular & Ember and I used to write powerful web and/or desktop/mobile apps (with tools like PhoneGap/Cordova, nw.js/electron etc.). Off late though, I haven’t been able to find as much time as I would like on these OSS projects.

iOS and Android development

Swift, the new language from Apple for iOS/Mac OS X development is definitely much more exciting and interesting than working with its kludgy predecessor - Objective-C. JavaScript, C#, Java, Swift, Objective-C are the languages that I work with and love them possibly in that order. WebStorm from JetBrains has been my favorite IDE for quite some time now and Visual Studio (along with ReSharper from JetBrains) is also one the best development tools I have used.

Android Studio from Google (built on the IntelliJ platform from JetBrains) is what I use for the little bit of Android development I do. I have also been using quite a bit of the AppCode IDE (JetBrains again) which seems to so much better than Apple’s free IDE - Xcode.

Some of my side projects

These are the few that I think are worthy of a mention here:

  • flickr downloadr - A flickr download manager for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux conceived from a personal need.
  • kollavarsham - Open Source libraries for Kollavarsham a.k.a. Malayalam Era calendar.
  • Bhagavad Gita - Android, iOS, Apple iBooks and web versions of Srimad Bhagavad Gita in Malayalam.
  • lzwCompress.js - A compression utility spun off from one of the projects I worked for.
  • Cached Image - A WPF control that wraps the native Image control to enable file-system based caching.
    - Mantis CI - Android & iOS applications (done in PhoneGap and ember.js) for Travis CI (not maintaining this anymore).

Check out my GitHub profile for all the stuff that I fork and push to.


A while ago, I moved this blog from Octopress into Hexo and have been loving it.

I was actively using Octopress for quite a while and this blog was being built dynamically every time the source repository is modified and pushed to. I’d soon hope to get the same done with Hexo. The Hexo version is also now being built dynamically on every push to GitHub.

The content of the old home page has been archived here, and it’s preserved in its exact form at blogger! You could also see the history of this page on GitHub

Have a blessed day!

Last Updated: 04/06/2019-13:06 EDT