Deepak Prabhakara: CEO & Co-founderDeepak brings close to two decades of expertise in the design, architecture and development of complex software products. Prior to BoxyHQ he was the CTO at Red Sift, a fast-growing cybersecurity startup. Prior to that, he was the founder of ContentSift and the first technical hire at Apsmart (acquired by Thomson Reuters). He has led product and engineering teams at several startups and worked on the Opera Mini and Mobile browsers, a product loved and used by millions of users across the globe.
Deepak and Debug are interchangeable.
Carlos Samame: COO & Co-founderSama has 15+ years of experience working at tech companies across different business areas and continents. Prior to BoxyHQ he was at Amazon Web Services leading AWS Connections in Europe, Middle East, and Africa, a program that connects enterprises with global startups. Before, Sama was the Head of Acceleration at Wayra UK (O2 - Telefonica), where he invested and managed a portfolio of 100+ startups. He was also the founder of Lava Innovation, and worked for Groupon and IBM.
Sama’s superpower is solving problems.
Aswin is a Web worker. ;)
Kiran Krishnan: Senior Software EngineerKiran brings 8+ years of software development experience building apps for startups and enterprises. Prior to BoxyHQ he was co-founder and technical lead at a software development agency where he led a team of 25. He found his love for coding in his college days and it has just grown over the years. He is always excited to learn new languages and contribute to OSS. He loves to talk about building startups, programming, OSS and astronomy.
For Kiran, there's no place like localhost.
Utkarsh Mehta: Senior Software EngineerUtkarsh is a full stack developer with 6+ years of experience. He has developed dApps, Microservices & his own products as well. He has worked with variety of languages and platforms. He has worked in MNC, Mid-scale & startups. He likes to learn new tech, write blogs & training students. He plays chess, reads and binges tv series in free time.
There is an easy way and a hard way. The hard part is finding the easy way.
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