Hip hip hurray!
Bhujang is thrilled to welcome Abhijeet Kunwar, who will spearhead the development efforts as the chief architect.
With a decade of solid product experience, Abhijeet prefers to see himself as a software engineer — never hesitating to roll his sleeves up on the job. Over the course of his professional tenure, he got the chance to work on the cutting edge of technology, intimately witnessing the evolution of the Big Data landscape. He and Bhujang’s co-founder Krishna Chandra share the same alma mater, IIT-Madras.
There has never been a dull moment with him on board! With interests ranging from philosophy, sociology, history to mathematics, Abhijeet can indulge the listener in thought-provoking monologues. Right from day one, he has started pushing the envelope by going into what he calls the “mission mode”.
Vice Admiral DSP Varma (retd.), the Chairman of Bhujang, joins the team in welcoming him to the family.
His official bio:
Abhijeet is a graduate from the Indian Institute of Technology, Madras. He has more than a decade of experience in designing, developing and delivering software systems.
He has been working on Big Data tools and technologies for the past 4-5 years. He has delved into the intricacies of widely-scalable systems – which involve the churning of terabytes of data daily – and extracting meaningful metrics useful from a business perspective. Abhijeet is completely open to embrace latest tools and technologies, and different programming languages.
He thinks that information technology and software engineering (especially Big Data) should enter people’s life on a day-to-day basis. As per his future vision, just like the Internet of Things, data generated by actions of every citizen should be analysed by respective governments and former’s concerns and/or issues should be handled on a person-to-person basis – the next step after creating and implementing uniform policies for the whole community, nation or state, etc.
He also believes that for becoming an innovative software professional, a person should also focus on social sciences because, after all, Engineering and Sciences are means to meet our socio-economic requirements as an individual as well as a member of a larger ecosystem.