Sightglass Coffee!! Client meetup experience


Went to Sightglass Coffee at 7th Street, SFO to meet a client!!!

I was simply wowed by the rustic looks, the environment they provide for Startups & Hackers and finally their coffee!!!

This place gave me the experience and thanks to Steven to showing this place to me.

This is going to be my frequently visited spots!!

Sightglass Coffee!!

Nice to catchup with Senthil the Geek!!


  • We live & do Business almost on same city Madurai & Bangalore.
  • We were friends on FB for a long time.

But we never met when we were close. Now we have travelled 14,000 KM to meet each-other.

I’ve been following Senthil and been inspired by his community build activity and his social cause of giving back to the society.

But came to know more about his skills and accomplishments. I’m simply wowed and you have made my day Dude.

Let’s together make Madurai a vibrant Tech & Entrepreneurship HUB!!

Can You Manage Sales?!


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This is a high impact role, you will help develop strategies to break into new markets and empower a team of high caliber Account Executives to help prospects understand what simplified solutions Cogzidel can offer to their business. We are looking to hire a smart, driven, high-caliber individual who is passionate about tech and works…

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Is CHENNAI a Telegu Name??? That’s what Historians say


What does Chennai mean? The question troubled Paris-based historian J B P More quite a lot. After painstaking research, he found the answer.

In his recently released book, titled ‘Origin and Foundation of Madras’, More says, “Chinapatnam and Chennapatnam were the other names for Madras used by Tamil and Telugu settlers in the area. Chennapatnam was ‘Tamilised’ as Chennai but the word didn’t mean anything in Tamil. It’s undoubtedly a Telugu word.”

Madraspatnam was derived from Medu Rasa Patnam, said More, who was in Chennai on Saturday to release his book. “When Nayak Venkatappa (a local chieftain) issued a grant (a portion of the area where subsequently Fort St George came up) in favour of the English in 1639, only Madraspatnam was mentioned in it. But during the 1640s, two new names for Madraspatnam or for the area inhabited by Tamils and Telugus around Fort St George seems to have come into existence. They were Chinapatnam and Chennapatnam,” he said.

Chinapatnam would have been the first name that would have come into existence in the Tamil-Telugu quarters to signify the Black Town of Madraspatnam. “‘Chenna’ in Telugu means fair and is not to be confused with the Tamil ‘Chinna’, which means small. In Tamil, ‘Chenna’ is meaningless,” said More.

He said in the Tamil Lexicon, the Tamil word ‘Cennai’ has been mentioned which would signify ‘a drum announcing religious procession of an idol’. More said there was no reference in documents and literature of the period to ‘Chennai’ as a drum.

“In the document of Beri Timanna, we find ‘Chenna’ written as ‘Chennai’. Thus Chenna Kesava Perumal became Chennai Kesava Perumal and Chennapatnam became Chennai Pattanam.

This seems to be purely the work of a translator of the 19th century who had preferred to Tamilise the Telugu word ‘Chenna’ into ‘Chennai’ so it sounded more Tamil,” said More. “The word ‘Chennai’ seems to have been born to designate Madras town. Its origin is Telugu. There is nothing Tamil in it,” he added.

Source: Times Of India

Cogzidel’s Commanders Huddle at Swami SoHo


Cogzidel’s Commanders Huddled at CTO Swaminathan Kasiviswanathan’s New SoHo…

One thing I like about Swami is the way he experiments & he pushes me try out my crazy stuff..

Here is Cogzidel’s first SoHo & first meeting in a SoHo…

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Sales Team presented their Plans & Proposal for the subsequent week…

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Shiva Presenting his Plans & Proposals…

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Sid’s turn to present…

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Shiva bypasses Dspark to convince Swami…