How a son of rural India became a hackathon genius

Ravi Suhag

Ravi Suhag's story began with electronics. For his parents, this was as alien as his later forays into web developing, coding, and ultimately, hackathons. Driven by a deep desire to overcome the perceived handicap of his tech deprived background, Ravi kept finding ways to battle adversity. And today, in his own words, his crowning achievement is that he's made his parents proud. www.ravisuhag.com
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Ravi Suhag

Ravi Suhag's story began with electronics. For his parents, this was as alien as his later forays into web developing, coding, and ultimately, hackathons. Driven by a deep desire to overcome the perceived handicap of his tech deprived background, Ravi kept finding ways to battle adversity. And today, in his own words, his crowning achievement is that he's made his parents proud. www.ravisuhag.com

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