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Swapnil Tamse
Worked at LoungeLizard.com
Attended New York University's Polytechnic institute
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Stephan, Swap
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E=mc2 that's it !!!
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Am using this as bragging rights section because of formatting options. :)
  • Know inner streets of Manhattan like back of my hand. 
Education
  • New York University's Polytechnic institute
    Computer Science, 2009 - 2011
  • University of Mumbai
    Information Technology, 2005 - 2009
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Books on Software Engineering and project management:
(not in any particular order.. but these seems to be great books based on ratings and suggestions on amazon):

1. The Mythical Man-Month: Essays on Software Engineering is a book on software engineering and project management
- by Fred Brooks
( +1d by +Jim Kukula )

2. Peopleware: Productive Projects and Teams (Second Edition)
- by Tom DeMarco, Timothy Lister
( +1d by +Jim Kukula )

3. Rapid Development: Taming Wild Software Schedules
- by Steve McConnell
(-1d by +Jim Kukula )

4. Software Requirements
- by Karl Wiegers

5. Making Things Happen: Mastering Project Management (Theory in Practice)
- by Scott Berkun

6. Software Estimation: Demystifying the Black Art (Best Practices (Microsoft))
- by Steve McConnell

7. The Pragmatic Programmer: From Journeyman to Master
- by Andrew Hunt, David Thomas

8. Design Patterns: Elements of Reusable Object-Oriented Software
- by Erich Gamma, Richard Helm, Ralph Johnson, John Vlissides
( +1d by +Jim Kukula )

9. The Design of Design: Essays from a Computer Scientist
- by Frederick P. Brooks

10. Exploring Requirements: Quality Before Design
- by Donald C. Gause, Gerald M. Weinberg

( +1d by +Jim Kukula )

11. Code Complete: A Practical Handbook of Software Construction
- by Steve McConnell

(-1d by +Jim Kukula )

12. Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs
- by Harold Abelson, Gerald Jay Sussman, Julie Sussman
(based on my friend's suggestion and reference from other articles.. free ebook available.. its about programming design/approaches based on lisp)

13. The Practice of Programming
- by Brian W. Kernighan, Rob Pike

14. The Art of Computer Programming (acronym: TAOCP)
- by Donald Knuth (Don't know how relevent is this now.. Bill Gates once said - "If you think you're a really good programmer . . . read (Knuth's) Art of Computer Programming . . . You should definitely send me a résumé if you can read the whole thing.")
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Ahead of the Geeklist ‪#‎hack4good‬ against climate change, learn all about Geospatial Mapping and Visualisation and see some amazing real-world examples with API partners and NYC Sponsors CartoDB.
Ahead of the Geeklist #hack4good against climate change, learn all about Geospatial Mapping and Visualisation and see some amazing real-world examples with API partners CartoDB
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N o more artistic illustrations, this is what it is. \m/
Citizens of Earth, get ready for your Cassini close-up: once again the spacecraft is preparing to capture images of Saturn positioned between it and the Sun, allowing for incredible views of the ring system and its atmosphere -- and also a tiny "pale blue dot" in the distance we call home. The mosaic above was…
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Happy 2nd birthday to I Love Coffee, a website about coffee belonging to +Ryoko Iwata.  Here's a comic I wrote for her about how people judge the quality of their coffee:

http://en.ilovecoffee.jp/posts/view/71
Home · Reviews · Pics · Facts · Misc · Sushi. About. I Love Coffee is full of infographics, facts, quizzes, and other fun visual stuff about coffee and sometimes sushi written by Ryoko: a caffeinated Japanese lady living in Seattle. prof_pic. I Love Coffee · Home Reviews Pics Facts Misc Sushi ...
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Khick khick khiiiick ! ROFL.  man in the background. :D
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Swapnil, you always find the iu unusually good ones. 
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How to find a great Openstack provider. Isn’t that a good question ? The Openstack foundation thinks so, too. That’s why it announced the release of the Openstack Marketplace at the last Openstack summit in Atlanta. It’s definitely a step in the right direction towards helping users find ...
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#Cloud  as a service. Apt Analogy.
As technologists, we tend to live in a world of acronyms and terms quite common to those of us in the industry. But this abbreviated language can seem like a foreign language to those outside of it.
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Kick-off meeting for all global ambassadors, organisers and volunteers for Geeklist #hack4good 0.6 against climate change.We will cover:- Introductions- Objectives for #hack4good 0.6- Introduction of global challenges- What you need to be doing now- Month-by-month milestones- Any questions/ideas?As there are some new ambassadors for this event, we'll also do a city-by-city check-in so we can get to know each other a bit as a global team.
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A new documentary 'The Quantum Indians' chronicles the lives of three celebrated Indian scientists -- C.V. Raman, S.N. Bose, Meghnad Saha -- using archival footage, cutting-edge computer graphics and interviews with leading Indian scientists. In times of archival paucity, a documentary like this -- which restores the legacies of some brilliant Indian minds -- is a significant effort. My piece on the film: 
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