WordCamps – Traveling, Learnings & Muses

The last 2 months have been great. I attended three WordCamps – WordCamp US, WordCamp Pune and WordCamp Udaipur.

WordCamp US 2016 – WordPress

This was my first trip to the US and I was excited by the prospect of meeting many of our clients, business associates and community friends whom I have only met virtually.

Rahul has nicely summed up our trip details in his blog post. Most of the meeting and events we did it together. Here are few pictures that I clicked.

It was great to experience the dedication and awareness everyone had about their businesses and work.

WordCamp Mumbai 2016

As usual WordCamp Mumbai was yet again a great experience. Though I was able to attend it only for a day but it still gave me enough time to interact with new people.

I was manning rtCamp’s sponsor desk and that automatically means talking to lots of people.

Some pictures from the camp –


Hello world! Finally!!

“Better late than never”.

After procrastinating it since long, I finally started with my personal blog today. Whats so special about today? Nothing much,  just got some motivation from this article by Chris Lema.


There are four major reasons because of which I feel the urge to write:

  1. To share the things I have learned during the first 6 years of my professional life @ rtCamp and the things I will learn.  Most of these are experiences that somehow have become great lessons.
  2. To share my opinions, candidly, about the happenings around the world. Indian political system and polity always fascinates me.  I look forward to write about it.
  3. To write my take on playing formations, tactics, transfers in the European football leagues. These leagues interests me most and I spend good amount of my Sundays’ time on them.  I am a big fan of Liverpool FC  and my posts will cover them often.
  4. To share notes about the food that excites my taste buds :). I am a foodie and  love to explore places that serve great food.

I already feel great after writing just a few paragraphs above and it seems I might be doing this often. 🙂