- Web at 25: What World Wide Web means to me?: To mark 25 years of World Wide Web, I am here to share how I bega... http://t.co/4ohNwHZGPm - about 1 hour ago
- BTW, my lovely wife @hemasrinivasu and I met on a marriage portal, so thanks again World Wide Web! - about 1 hour ago
- What an irony! Internet was slow for me to publish a post about "WebAt25 - What WWW means to me" Finally it's done - http://t.co/eG7p1CGq4S - about 2 hours ago
- I'm glad that although it was a short video, Tim did mention about #accessibility. http://t.co/T9GjuycH4F #webat25 CC: @w3c - about 15 hours ago
- I feel post updating iOS to 7.1, battery life is improved on my iPhone 4S. Am I right or am I just feeling lucky? - about 15 hours ago
- Best wishes to all students those who are writing their Intermediate board exams starting from today in Andhra Pradesh. - about 15 hours ago
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a passionate individual who aims to build an inclusive web and IT experience
Born in 1981, educated in beautiful village Injaram of East Godavari District and then in Hyderabad, got trained in Mumbai, started career with a small garment export organization, moved on to different locations in Southern India to set up Computer literacy programs for visually impaired, then started career with Net Systems Informatics (India) Pvt. Ltd., & BarrierBreak which turned my growth into accessibility industry. Instrumental in set up Accessibility practice at Yahoo! India and expanded to other regions including China, Singapore and Middle East. Currently leading Accessibility efforts at PayPal's Quality Organization!
With about 8+ experience in the area of Accessibility, I provide expertise in accessibility testing, accessibility training and accessibility consulting.
Recepient of NCPEDP MphasiS Universal Design Awardee for 2013.
Besides my work at PayPal, I serve on the board of The National Association for the Blind Karnataka Branch, W3C India and NASSCOM Foundation.
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