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लोकाः समस्ताः सुखिनो भवन्तु

Lokāḥ Samastāḥ Sukhino Bhavantu
May all beings find happiness and freedom. May my actions help bring joy and liberation to everyone.

I am Balakumar Muthu, an International Award-winning Entrepreneur, TEDx fellow, and Technologist, who received the Top 50 Asia Innovation Award from SingTel in Singapore, Top 100 Startups Award from NASSCOM, Java Master Award & Duke's Choice Award from Sun Microsystems and BenQ Siemens Germany, and Red Herring Asia Award for technology innovation.

With over 17+ years of experience in IT/Software Consulting, with a particular focus on Japanese companies and strong expertise in Design & Product Engineering, UI/UX Web Design and Development for various B2B / B2C startups, SMEs, Enterprises, and several Fortune 500 companies. I specialize in architecting, designing, and building web applications to address both technology and business challenges across various domains, such as Software as a Service (SaaS), E-commerce, Online Marketplaces, Social Networking Services (SNS), Blogging platforms (CMS / Wiki), Usability/Branding, Cloud Computing, Enterprise Apps in Ed Tech, Retail Tech, Prop Tech, Med Tech, and Logistics Tech.

As an entrepreneur, my journey began in 2007 when I founded LoveLogger, the world's first private social blogging platform for pairs, which received a massive response from Hong Kong, Japan, China, and South Korea, accumulating over half a million users before its exit. It was featured in many prestigious internet magazines, including Yahoo! Japan, MSN Japan, Infoseek, Japan.Internet.com, Livedoor.com, Sina.com and various other popular Asian publishers. I have also launched a couple of other successful startups, sold a few, and had a few fail.

An Hatha Yoga practitioner and avid Travel & Culture Photographer, documenting my journeys at CasualWalker.com, which is ranked as one of the Top 75 Travel Blogs in India. Additionally, I am a Travel & Culture Media Reporter and have been selected as the Official Honorary Reporter for the Korean Culture and Information Service of the Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism.

I enjoy meeting new folks and replying to all emails, so feel free to drop me a line and say hello to balakumar.muthu@gmail.com

Awards & Recognitions, I have received

Selected at Google India - Interview as one of the Top 5 Finalists out of 16,000 + people applied. Created Google Kids – a search engine for kids prototype for demonstrating during my Google India Interview.

My Startup was selected as one of the "Top 100 Startups" to get showcased at NASSCOM Product Conclave (NCP), Asia's largest platform for Product and Startup Companies to connect with Software Product leaders.

First Prize Winner of "Java Master Award " contest, conducted by Sun Microsystems and BenQ Siemens Germany.

Received Sun Microsystems Duke's Choice Awards - 10 Year Celebration of Java Technology and Sun Microsystems appreciation for my contribution to the early versions of Java Platform.

My Previous Startup LoveLogger, the world's first Collaborative Blogging & Private Network for Pairs, which received a great response from Hong Kong, Japan, South Korea, and China. LoveLogger was awarded the “Asia's Top 50 Apps 2011 Award” (winner lists) from SingTel, Singapore and the Winner of "Red Herring Asia Award" for Technology Innovation. It was also featured in many popular magazines & portals from Japan, Korea, and China. This product was launched even before the current popular pair apps like Pairy, Between, Hey, Cupple.

TEDx Fellow and Mentor for NurtureTalent Startup Boot Camp at Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Madras.

Selected as the Official Honorary Reporter for the Korean Culture and Information Service of the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism.

I started tech blogging in 2002 during my early college days and listed as the 'Top 10 Tech blogger' by 'Blog Street India' and rated as the 'Top 50 Tech Blogger' by 'Blogs Top List'. My Tech blog is also listed as Favorite Blog lists at their Official Sun Microsystems Web Blog. My Tech blog posts have also been featured at Google Blogoscoped.com, Netscape.com, Java.net, Webpronews, Planet Mozilla, Linux Toy and few other popular blogs. Made my own blogging site at Yahoo! Geocities as geocities.com/i5bala (screenshots) in early 2002.

Early contributed member of World Wide Web Consortium (W3.org), W3C HTML 5 Working Group and Internet Society (ISOC) India Chapter.

Wikipedian contributed to more than 100's of Wikipedia pages in various topics in the Computer/Internet Technology category. Contributing writer of DeveloperIQ Magazine on the latest Web Technologies.

Curator of Casual Walker a Travel & Culture - Photography journal and guide, focuses on a wide range of visual stories - connecting Travel, Traditions, Indian Temples, Art Galleries, Culture, Events, Museums, Yoga & Vedas, Foods & Eats, Indian Dances, Wild Life, Hotels & Stays, and Nature and Living. It is ranked as the Top 75 Travel Blogs in India.

Co-organizer of Mozilla Firefox Party India, for the most early release of Firefox 2 and the IdeaCamp Pune. Regular to Tech meetups from BarCamp, BlogCamp, WikiCamp Unconferences to Sun TechDays, BEA Dev2Dev Days, Oracle Developer Forum, Google Developer Days and many other tech conferences. Attended Sessions with David Axmark, CoFounder & VP of MySQL and with Richard Stallman [RMS], GNU Founder Lectures.

Designer of DevCamp India Unconference Official event brand and WikiCamp conference India event brand, participated by Wikipedia co-founder Jimmy Wales.

Being a big supporter of Linux - Ubuntu & Open source movement, organized the "Ubuntu Dapper Drake T-Shirts Contest" to create more awareness and interest for the early versions of Ubuntu Linux.

My Expertise & specializations

I specialize in most aspects of Web business, including strategy, creativity, design, development, and its growth. My strong expertise and experience include front-end development, UI/UX web design and usability, branding, content management systems (CMS), e-commerce, software as a service (SaaS), cloud computing, social networking services (SNS), Amazon Web Services (AWS), enterprise apps in Ed Tech, Retail Tech, Prop Tech, Med Tech, Logistics Tech, and Food Tech, web security, firewall, user onboarding, typography, product prototyping, SEO, and Linux & open-source technologies.

My Personal Interests

I enjoy travel & photography, yoga, rock climbing, simple things — nature, reading. I love philosophy, art, culture, highly interested and passionate about the Indian, Korean & Japanese traditions, trying different flavors of tea, Wabi-sabi, Zen philosophy, making mistakes & learning from them, DIY hacks, and Western movies and Comics.

My Works featured at press / media

My works have been featured & covered by ZDNet Asia, Economic Times, British Council India, Times of India (TOI), Citizen Matters, Yahoo! Japan, MSN Japan, Infoseek, Japan.Internet.com, Livedoor.com, Google Blogoscoped, Netscape.com, Java.net, Webpronews, Planet Mozilla, Linux Toy, DeveloperIQ, Sina.com and many other popular Asian publishers. Java.net published my Java Duke Holiday Pictures from 1000's of submission.

My Travel & Culture Photography

Contact & Reach me

Want to work together, grabbing a coffee, or say hello? Good! personally, I have zero presence on Facebook or Twitter. You can ping and text me:


Self - made man
the statue I greatly admire & the principle I strongly believe

“... left to his own devices, man will use his god-given talents to be creative, productive, & prosperous. Using free will, he will better his own situation and that of those around him, thereby influencing in a positive way his own destiny...”

My Unforgettable One-Day at Google India Hyderabad :) !!!

It was an UNFORGETTABLE, :) experience in my life. I have been called for a Final round interview at Google India Hyderabad, along with Veer Ganesh, Haroon Imran, Kumar Deepam, Jayashree Ramasubramaniam, Arjun Rajagopalan, Faheem Anaikar, out of 16,000 + people who has applied for the job [numbers as given by Mr. Akshay, HR Google India]. It was an great experience to take up a flight to Hyderabad. When we landed their 3 cabs were waiting for us to pick up to the Hi-tech City, the land where Google resides. It took some 20 – 25 minutes to reach the place. The Whole building is really amazing transparent art of work.

When we got their Mr. Ramsey and Mr. Akshay welcomed us with warm wishes. Mr. David took us to all the places at Google, Each room was named based on important landmarks of India, like the Taj Mahal - the conference room, Gateway of India, etc. He also showed us the very BIG server room, which was installed by him, which also has a real-time query window, which shows the current queries all over the world. It’s really amazing to look at what people are search all over the world in various languages.

Few things, which I love there most:

1. All the people out their, I have learned a lot from them
2. Real Time Query window, which show the current search queries
3. Big Data Server room
4. Lava Lamps

5. Google Help Desk Mouse pads [ya, I liked them too :)]
6. Big Colorful Balls and Balloons everywhere
7. Body Massager
8. Every ones cabin was filled with toys, think this is what people call freedom and fun at work :)
9. Lots of chocolates, cookies, colas, coffee, sodas everywhere to keep us coooooool

The Lunch was very Tasty hmmhmm :) , we ended with a gulab jamun and the Lunch room too has a projector and white board. Every one of us received a Google T-Shirts [white] and Google Pen, which I will keep it as a precious and proud gift in my collections :).

And coming to the real action, I had a 3 round interview with Mr. Ramsey and back to back with Mr. Roy Gilbert – Head of Online Sales & Operations Google India, Mr. Thomas: took us the personal round and Mr. David and Mr. Mark took us the Technical interview [sorry I can’t blog much about that, as blogging about that is not allowed]. Actually I took the documentations of my Google Kids search prototype, but I couldn’t talk about them :( , as I don’t know to whom I have to discuss about that! :(.

I have never dreamed in my life, that I will be meeting the people, who are behind the wonderful Google technology. Now I have understood CLEARLY Why Google is the Number One technology and about the people who make it happen. I must have bought a camera to capture them live and direct, but I have captured each and every moment of the real action in my mind, which will stay evergreen and eternal through out my life :).

I take this moment to extend my BIG Hearty thanks to the Mr. Akshay, Mr. Ramsey, Mr. Roy Gilbert, Mr. Thomas, Mr. David, Mr. Mark the BIG heads of Google India and to the two security’s who helped us in the lift and the cab drivers who safely picked from and dropped us to the Airport. Thank you Guys!! :)

Please Note: You can read the follow-up of this post - Google Kids, my Google Search engine prototype specially for kids created to demonstrating during my Google India interview. more about it »

Thank you and My Love to Google :)
Balakumar Muthu

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At 4:40 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...
Hi Bala,

Simply Superb!!

Yeah,I'm sure none of us would forget the Hyd. trip for life.
We all learnt a lot of things more than being interviewd or questioned.
Thanks for the wishes :)

At 6:55 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...
Hey Bala! Thanks for dropping by my blog! Well Interesting blog you have here! Hey..I wish you best of luck for your final job interview with google India! Hey they have a job position as designer? hehe ;).
At 10:38 PM, Blogger Prashanth said...
*Wooooooow*.. Way to go dude... you are among the best brains in india .. to get selected for google (I am pretty sure u will get in now)... super cool... lava lamps always rocked

dude.. after u get into google.. still keep in touch ok ;-)
At 1:01 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...
Hey bala..

Was great reading your account of our experience at the google office!

Nice bolg you got there! Keep up the good work!

Haroon Imran
At 1:11 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...
hi bala,

how are you doing,i just want to tell you that it was a great blog that you have created.and its nice to see how sportive you are.i am sure you will have a great future.take care and all the best.

veer ganesh c.
At 11:27 AM, Blogger Rocky said...
Great Blog Buddy, Can u do me a favour , I am a 2nd year student of Btech CS and a great fan of google and it`s technologies. Can u send me the details of joining and applying at google as developer or sys admin or else , i have a good knowledge of C C++ , python and a passion for linux . thanks for ur support , U can mail me at gauravtechie@gmail.com
At 12:41 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...
Thats a great piece of info u have given us.
btw, does google recruit only from top notch institutes? Which univ/college do u belong to?
At 10:02 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...
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At 12:21 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...
hi, i am from hyderabad.I am a great fan of Google. gud work Mr. balakumar. keep it up.We got to know about the Google campus from u. u will reach great heights(not many people get to visit Google campus). Wish u all the best. Bye
At 2:26 AM, Blogger Piyush said...
No Offenses Buddy but you have explained it as if you had been to some Amusement park.

Indeed Google is jus' GOOGLE, I got to know any first such experience by any student although am in touch with a world renowned employee there.

Like many me too looking forward some day to be the part of this wonderful organisation.

Currently am a final year student with IT as major and offers from Infy and Accenture in hand. Would be great if you could provide some practical information out of your experiences.

All the best to you too.
At 7:20 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...
Dear Friend Bala,
Firstly hearty congragulations to u for having got an opportunity to take up the google intrw. Friend frm ur experiences in google u wl surely land in a gud firm soon. I wish u al the best friend.
Ive applied to google so many times. I dont knw on wht basis they select. Im a fresher 2004 batch completed my BE ECE. Can u pls tel me hw u applied . my id is mailfunluv@yahoo.com.
Thk u in advance
Al the Best.
At 8:57 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...
hi bala,
its really supreb. I too had the same experience when I went to Oracle interview. Really you have shown Google office to us literally.
At 11:57 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...
hi balakumar,

my congratulations to you .......
this is jayachandran, and your experience was really amazing which also giving me some uplifts and i have applied for google through the job fair held at coimbatore, and also awaiting for the call even, your web site is really good you can contact me through jai_kbt@yahoo.com.

my wishes to you always for the bright future.
please give me any mail ids of google to have enquiries about the vacancies and interviews

thank you once again for your wonderful piece of information and also guide me about the web technologies to build the web pages

At 2:48 PM, Blogger Lalita Dhanvada Iruvanti said...
Hi Bala,
Hmmmm.... "All the best" is all that comes to my mind on reading your essay.
PS: Thanks for sharing the 2 learnings that you learnt! : )
At 4:19 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...
Can u do me a favour , I am a final year student of Be CSE and a great fan of google and it`s technologies. Can u send me the details of joining and applying at google as developer or sys admin or any other designation... thanx alot 4 your support ..
plz mail me at jelahi@gmail.com
At 4:32 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...
hi Bala
you are gr8
it is not a small thing to get interviewed with google the mother of all search engines
recently i too cleared two rounds in ad word representative of google i am waiting for the third round result
where r u working now
are u in google now
please do inform us
i am a functional tester if any openings you come to know please do inform yaar
sreedhar katkam9849961987
At 5:19 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...
Hey Bala,

I happen to read your blog and your exp @ Google HYD. Gr8 man!! Sounds very good man. BTW, I m kunal Modasiya working for Sun Microystems, Bangalore in Telecom Network Management sollution systems. Looks like you are passionate about Java and open source. Sun is all about Open Solaris and Father of Java. When I met James gosling last year here at Bangalore, that was my unforgottable day. Why dont you give a try at Sun Bangalore. I'm sure if you give a try at Sun Micorystems bangalore, that would be your 2nd unforgottable day in your life.

U can contact me at kunal_cse @ yahoo.com or kunal.modasiya @ gmail.com

Keep in touch... n All the best..

Sun Microsystems India Engineering center
At 10:17 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

its really supreb. I too had the same experience when I went to IBM interview. Really you have shown Google office to us literally.
At 12:44 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...
hi bala
congrats 4 ur sucess.
u have done a gr8 job.
u r really a gem and got reward 4 that.u didnt mention where r you now whether workin with them or not.
plzz tell whether they take students from reputed institutes only ot others too.once againn congrats n wish u good luck in future.
At 7:37 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...
Hi Bala,
I am Namrata.
I must say that u have achieved the dream job which every techie wishes to get.It was really very nice to know about exactly how the company looks like which i think gets the opportunity to only few people like u.
Reading this i am also dreaming to get into Google.I am in T.E.computer.can u just mail me how did u actually got selected and the criteria for selection in google?
my email id is nam_keen83@yahoo.co.in
At 7:51 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...
hi bala..
firstly congracts for getting
selected for final round..
ur blog was great.. it was really great to know about working envirment at google..
my good wishes r with u for final result..
At 11:24 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...
hi bala,
all the best for ur final result
At 12:59 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...
can i get the interview questions
myid is chandarvr@gmail.com
At 1:24 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

CONGRATS!Great to hear abt your experience,actually i'm Jealous of u.Just kidding.All the best for your results.
At 2:22 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...
What is the use of this page if you are not telling about the technical stuff.
At 3:35 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...
yeah atleast some advice abt technical stuff can be posted..

there r aplenty of swanky places in the world its useless to know the details...

hope everyone agree with me
At 9:05 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...
that's good .But that's not enough .U could have posted some info regarding interview starting from written .That would definitly be a boost for some of the aspirants .Also give something abt interviews , what all should one be prepard b4 attending the interview,I think that would make people really appricate ur concern for fellow mates.If u have some time send me a mail to my Id abt this:ranjan6480@rediffmail.com.
At 12:35 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...
post the procedures in order to get shortlisted in google
At 12:53 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...
May your tribe multiply
At 10:50 PM, Blogger Aditya P Budrukkar said...
u were fabulous too.
ur Idol(Swami vivekanand) Of the millennium and the Struggling statue of that man Hitting things with power,Potential and strenght blown everybody's mind.

Best Luk for Ur Life
-Aditya p. Budrukkar
At 10:43 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...
Hi There,

Glad you loved the office - Google is a great place to work at and I love getting into work everyday.

All the best for your result-I am sure that you have given it your best shot!

At 12:26 PM, Blogger S A J Shirazi said...
They must give you the job. Must. They will.
At 12:28 PM, Blogger S A J Shirazi said...
And a very discriptive post.
At 4:20 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...
Have you ever visited Yahoo! Bangalore?
At 7:03 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...
hi bala
It is great to see you at a place of which we can only dream of .Your success is telling us that Dreams do come true.Good Luck
At 6:56 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...
Lots of people on the blog have said great things. But I think the blog could have been a lot more descriptive and describe in greater detail as to when working at a place like Google is as phenomenal as people make it out to be!
At 2:40 PM, Blogger Suresh S SCJP1.4 said...
At 11:32 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...
ooooh, shit :D
you had to be bored
you had to be realy bored :P
i'm feeling tired when i'm looking at it
and you wrote it :P
you're my idol :P
At 8:50 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...
All the best! One day, soon, I hope to join Google too. But if I don't make it there, which is very likely, then I *wish* to build a new Google, which will give you guys a run for your money ... (This is meant as a complement to Google and not as my boast)
At 1:34 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...
Hi bala, great post.
Tell us if u finally got selected there, best of luck from our side.
I needed some help from you, i am working as a search engine optimizer in delhi and applied online to google for testing evaluator abt 1 week back, i have relevant exp also but till not heard from them, i wanted to know abt their interview process, mail me at rajatr@gmail.com
At 2:46 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...
Hi, everybody, nice blog to waste some time.

Some tips to get selected in google as online testing evaluator

Try to do some research on the company, search engines, spiders, crawlers, SEO techniques, spamming, cloaking, black hat and white hat SEO techniques, affiliate programs and terms related to the above topics

Try to search for “online testing evaluator” in google.

Be acquainted with google services and google tools

must be extremely through with your resume (from top to bottom)

Above all very good communication skills, verbal, nonverbal, written skills

Also prepare yourself to answer all of these questions.

1. Tell me about yourself.
2. What are some of your strengths?
3. Tell me about some of your skills that apply to this job.
4. What accomplishment do you feel most proud of?
5. Tell me what you think your former coworkers would say about you.
6. What did you think about your former boss?
7. Why are you leaving your former company?
8. Why would you like to work for this company?
9. What do you see yourself doing 5 years from now?
10. Don't you think you might be too inexperienced/overqualified for this position?
11. What do you consider to be your greatest failure?
12. What weaknesses do you think you have?
13. Have you ever been late for work or an important appointment?
14. How much do you know about our company?
15. How do you explain that you were at your last company for only 6 month?
16. What were you doing between the time you worked for that company and today?
17. What is the most difficult interpersonal situation you have had to deal with at work, and how did you handle it?
18. Are you looking for a position in many other companies?
19. Are you familiar with our company mission statement, and if so, what do you think of it?
20. How would you describe your personality?
21. When would you be willing to start work?
22. Give me an example of how you react to change.
23. What do you think you could accomplish in your first year here?
24. We have many applicants for this position. Why should I hire you?

All the best to U all

At 7:42 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...
I think this guy is something! he is young,smart,geeky and he absolutely loves what he does,which is sexy I think and he does put an effort into everything he does, actually passion oozes out his blogs and... Bala.. i feel man..:)
At 12:59 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...
hiiiiii i want to work in google company the most reputed company where we can learn lot of things and where we can use our brainz and i want to be with the company for next 5 years ........with my hard work and discipline
At 1:11 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...
Hi Bala...

Hope u vl get thru . It is challenging though getting into such a fabulous company. Not to flaunt it, nothing is impossible as its a human creation n innovation and v make it a success. In a nutshell, bala, i would congratulate you for being the most luckiest aspirant among thousands and i wish you all the best in your future endeavors. The last but not the least, I would appreciate if you can assist me more about google and the kind of people they look for in a candidate regardless of the background/streams/platforms.

Gud luck!!


Vishal Rawal
At 10:23 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...
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At 11:27 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...
hi BALA,
nice to see ur blogs,i am a final year student of B.E college,shibpore,GOOGLE is coming in ur campus this month !!i will be extremely grateful to u if u plz send me the pattern of written exam,what kind of program do they ask and tell me something about interview.....plz i am waiting for ur reply eagerly....
plllllzzzzzz mail me.
At 11:41 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...
nice to see ur blogs,i am a final yr student of engineering(I.T).GOOGLE is coming in ur college for campus interview,my college is B.E.college shibpur,plz send me details of written tests,and what kind of program do they ask,how should i prepare for interview also,what things r to be done(if i have to stress on any special subject) plz inform !!waiting for ur reply plzzzzz reply!!
At 7:44 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...
Google has been praised for being pro-developer and for its anti-traditional corporate culture stance. Hope they stay this way and be the dream employer of every developers.

In Google, the ability to combine commercial environment (for the money) and a chance to spend time for open source activities (for the passion) is euthopian.
At 5:09 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...
Bala.. or someone here, could you please provide the adddress of the google office at Hyderabad?.. I cant seem to find it, thanks
At 2:33 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...
Google Hyderabad
BLOCK A, Fourth Floor,
Plot No.14, Road No.2,
Madhapur, Hi-tech City,
Hyderabad - 500 081
phone: +91 40-5537-5000
fax: +91 40-5537-5101
At 11:05 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...
Hi buddy
I from delhi

I have just finished with my interview process at Google
It feels really great just to know that I'll be joining such a great firm next year.
At 6:09 PM, Blogger praveen said...
Hi Bala,
You are a top notch enthu guy i really liked your attitude of mentioning about your experience in such a positive manner,however can you brief me a little bit more about your interaction with all the top honcos of Google and what were there expectations from you during the interview specially Mr
Roy. my id is praveen_cool7@yahoo.co.in
At 6:13 PM, Blogger praveen said...
Hi Bala,

Superb expalanation of your experience and your attitude before being selected for the company was worth appreciation.However can you brief me more about your interaction with all the top honcos of google,what were there expecations from you during the interview.

Pls mail me at praveen_cool7@yahoo.co.in
At 9:06 AM, Blogger Gazard7 said...
Wau man... i wish i was there too!
At 9:34 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sorry to be a wet blanket, but please, it sounds like you went to disneyland. This is the kind of attitude because of which we don't have the equivalent of google being started from India.

At 2:24 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...
send details of google written exam and interview process.so we got help from this .
my mail id is imran_ietk@rediffmail.com.
thanks in advance
At 3:13 PM, Blogger Bosky said...
Sounds exciting , all the best 8 )

Keep Clicking,
At 2:08 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I my self am very passionate about google. I am still in the second round of interview(OTE). i need some help from you so that i may join u. i am from hyderabad and i happen to meat u at the sun techdays i hope u remember me.
please help me in this regard and do send me some tips

My yahoo id is: groovy_252001@yahoo.co.in

Thanking you Ujjval
At 1:31 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...
Hi Guys,
I am Sendil, I cleared 8 Rounds at Google. They even flew me to Hyderabad centre. I went through 4 rounds at Hyd. I was 90% confident because I was the first to make it to the top for the post of OTE in india. You cant even make out what credentials they look in you when they are interviewing u. They never give feedback to people who are not selected. Anyway its a nice experience to be at google. If not google there is some place where we all can show our talents.

All the best guys, keep trying to innovate. Any of us can make a google of our own.
At 1:31 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...
Hi Guys,
I am Sendil, I cleared 8 Rounds at Google. They even flew me to Hyderabad centre. I went through 4 rounds at Hyd. I was 90% confident because I was the first to make it to the top for the post of OTE in india. You cant even make out what credentials they look in you when they are interviewing u. They never give feedback to people who are not selected. Anyway its a nice experience to be at google. If not google there is some place where we all can show our talents.

All the best guys, keep trying to innovate. Any of us can make a google of our own.
At 6:40 PM, Blogger Adiya said...
awesome bala... whats is the result.. :)
At 1:11 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...
Cut the cheese or crap guys.......... damn we are r the best n great ofcourse so chill i say every dog has its day......... i dont compliment bala.... for unknown its a wonderworld for practical its part of life...... so lead it........ never ever go for blues there is alwayz a saturation point.... remember it......
At 11:50 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...
Hey Bala,

Nice Blog man! Yes, it was really an experience at google HYD. Are you currently working for google?

Faheem Anaikar.
At 4:22 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...
Hi Bala,

Nice to hear your experience in Google. Really very luck yar....

Are you working Google or not? want to listen Good news from you.

At 7:59 PM, Blogger I'm Feeling Lucky said...
This is cool man. Thats why Google is #1. Hope u will get a call from them.
At 8:58 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...
So you have been to google Office in India. Thats great!! even i wanted to join google before but.. not able too
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