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Mahesh Paolini-Subramanya
Works at Cielo24 Inc.
Attended University of Notre Dame
Lives in Austin, TX
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The Warby Parker Four
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LevelDB backend for mnesia
This…changes…everything
mnesia_eleveldb - An eleveldb backend for Mnesia
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Need to work on the Shiv's skillz... 
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Teach an old dog new tricks? :)
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One Network Diagnostic Tool to Rule Them All...
(and an actually useful one at that...)
http://mylg.io/
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"Pirate Joe Biden"
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Nikki: Are we really allowed to drink before noon?"
Me: "Dunno. I'm drinking..." 
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Every coffee bean is individually examined - this is a passion for excellence!!!
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The 2016 Ig Nobels
Chemistry Prize: Volkswagen, for solving the problem of excessive automobile pollution emissions by automatically, electromechanically producing fewer emissions whenever the cars are being tested.

Psychology Prize: Verschuere, for asking a thousand liars how often they lie, and for deciding whether to believe those answers.

http://gizmodo.com/meet-the-winners-of-this-years-ig-nobel-prizes-1786983299

#IgNobel
Rats in tiny trousers, pseudoscientific bullshit, the personalities of rocks, and Volkswagen’s, shall we say, “creative” approach to emissions testing were among the research topics honored by the 2016 Ig Nobel Prizes. The winners were announced last night at a live webcast ceremony held at Harvard University.
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Snerk
Channel 4 News – Verified account @Channel4News. We shouldn't spend on climate change because one day the sun will "grow and encompass the earth"—Presidential candidate Gary Johnson in 2011. 0:45. 10:04 AM - 22 Sep 2016. 583 Retweets439 Likes. Reply to @Channel4News ...
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The #Skittles - they keep on a-giving!

#Drumpf #NeverTrump #Hillary2016
 
No. No, I wouldn't.

This is not hard.

* I have not yet seen a Trump fan come up with a clever Skittle retort worth leaving intact, therefore, comments closed.
@Paulhitsheet @NicholasPegg @ianmodmoore Remember, like Colbert said, that skittle doesn't like M&Ms. Well, not the brown ones at least. amycrea. 11h11 hours ago. amycrea @amycrea. @NicholasPegg @heideland Hope they got permission from the photographer.
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"Skittles aren't People" - Redux

(and, I say again, the man is a racist piece of shit)
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That tall bald Indian guy...
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BigData, Cheese, Cooking, CouchDB, Dancing, Economics, Erlang, Fitness, India, Italy, Lambrusco, NoSQL, Scuba, SIP, Travel, Video, VoIP, Wine,
Education
  • University of Notre Dame
    MSEE, 1986 - 1988
  • Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur
    BTech, EE, 1982 - 1986
  • Kendriya Vidyala IITK
    1976 - 1982
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Occupation
EVP Engineering
Employment
  • Cielo24 Inc.
    EVP Engineering, 2015 - present
    Responsible for Engineering and Product at cielo24, whose industry leading Searchable Captions™, Media Data and Media Intelligence platform is used in online education, enterprise, news and entertainment markets. Also responsible for corporate activities, including strategic planning, finance, and legal/regulatory functions.
  • Ubiquiti Networks
    V.P. R&D, Managing Director - Poland, 2012 - 2015
    Designed, delivered, and was responsible for AirCRM™- the massively-scaled cloud-based control and back-office suite for Ubiquiti’s industry leading AirMax™ product line, as well as UniFi Video™ - the hardware, software, and services that support Ubiquiti's video streaming platform. Along with the technical leadership, was also responsible for corporate activities, including strategic planning, finance, and legal/regulatory functions.
  • Vocalocity, Inc.
    CTO, 2011 - 2012
    Led the technology team and processes at Vocalocity through the merger with Aptela, resulting in it becoming the leading provider of mission-critical, cloud-based communication services for small businesses by the time the combined entity was acquired by Vonage. Maintained Vocalocity as a Deloitte Technology Fast 500 Company leading up to its acquisition by Vonage
  • Aptela, Inc
    CTO, 2000 - 2011
    Co-founded Aptela in 2000, and released one of the first cloud communications services in the small business space in 2001. Morphed this into the first Voice as a Service (VaaS) offering in 2003 and led Aptela into becoming one of the leading providers of mission-critical, hosted-PBX and video-communications services for small businesses by 2005. Grew Aptela into a Deloitte Technology Fast 500 Company from 2009 on. Successfully negotiated and completed a corporate merger with Vocalocity in 2011.
  • IBM
    Principal, 1999 - 2000
    Sold and managed Internet based solutions for IBM's Insurance customers in the Midwest and Eastern Seaboard
  • Neoglyphics
    VP, Business Development, 1997 - 1999
    Established the financial practice for the company, developing the first comprehensive set of frameworks and processes for the deployment of Java-based, mission-critical systems in the financial sector.
  • Proxicom
    CTO, 1994 - 1997
    Implemented a technology-based practice, which focused on leveraging Internet technologies to increase efficiencies in existing soft and hard corporate business processes. Transitioned the company from revenues of less than $500,000 per year to over $18 million per year. Oversaw the company’s operational infrastructure, growing the company’s headcount by 10x Led the team that implemented the worlds first e-commerce system for an online service provider, and the first web-based music store Won the first Gold Clio ever awarded to a website for the world’s first blogging service
  • Grey Haven, Inc.
    VP Development, 1993 - 1994
    Provided technology consulting services in Russia and Eastern Europe, primarily in the telecom and IT sector.
  • Notre Dame
    Senior Analyst, 1988 - 1993
    Built out the SPARCstation based UNIX infrastructure as part of the University's campus-wide computer modernization initiative. Led the development of the University's gopher services (InterWeb v0!) as well as the nascent Mosaic-based web.
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Austin, TX
Previously
Brooklyn, NY - Jersey City, NJ - Chicago, IL - Washington, DC - Springfield, VA - Brookeville, MD - Osceola, IN - Southbend, IN - Mishawaka, IN - Bangalore, India - Kanpur, India - Montreal, Canada - Edmonton, Canada
So yes, it's a bit further north than, oh, downtown. But it is *so* worth the trip. The banh-mi (stick to it, and it's variations), the ché, and pretty much any other vietnamese item you can find there is spectactular and authentic, worthy of the streets of Hanoi.
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Its up north, near Chago's (awesome sandwiches!), on a side-street, in what is clearly a converted wee house. Tables outside, a bar and a few tables inside, your basic hole-in-the-wall establishment. But the food is *excellent*, the cocktails are crafted with care, the staff is friendly, and the entirety is a place that you will find yourself coming back to repeatedly. Can't recommend it highly enough...
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Best Ramen in Williamsburg
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Excellent beer list, so so bar food. But, then again, did i mention the excellent beer list? And a "just right" ambience to boot...
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So, this is one of those "chinese, but with excellent ingredients" kind of places, where the dishes actually taste quite good. The soup dumplings, in, particular, are really quite good (if pricey). As for the rest, the flavors are somewhat spot-on. Now, if the prices were around 20% lower, I'd max out the rating :-) (oh, there is also an excellent beer and wine list)
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