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  • Rajagopal Natarajan Rajagopal Natarajan [Send a message]
    Member since: January 20, 2005
    Working as a Technical Yahoo at Yahoo! Inc. Completed B.Tech-Industrial Biotechnology and B.Tech-Information Technology(Dual degree programme) at Anna University, Chennai, India. Visit my homepage: http://www.raja-gopal.com
    Groups (3)
    BIO-NIX: A Linux OS distribution (empty)
    Kegg2Brenda (empty)
    MetaboSim: Metabolic pathway simulation
    Curriculum vitae

    Current address:

    Yahoo! Inc
    Bangalore

    India

    Education:

    B.Tech in Industrial Biotechnology
    Centre For Biotechnology, AC.Tech, Anna University
    2002 - 2006
    B.Tech in Information Technology
    School of Computer Science, College of Engineering, Anna University
    2003 - 2007

    Experience:

    Technical Yahoo! Yahoo! Inc 2007 - Pres
    Summer Intern Indian Institute of Chemical Biology 2004 - 2004
    Summer Intern Indian Institute of Science 2005 - 2005

    Skills:

    C, CPP, JAVA, Ruby, PERL, Python, Shell-Scripting, XML, Javascript

    Apache, Tomcat, J2EE, I18N

    English, Tamil, Hindi, French

    Reactor handling, Microbiological and Molecular Biology Techniques, Immunological Techniques

    Activities:

    Summer Research Fellowship-2004, Indian Academy of Sciences, Bangalore, India

    Budding OpenSource Engineer(BOSE)-2006, Geeklogix, Chennai, India

    Google Summer of Code-2006, Google, CA, USA

    Interests:

    Distributed Computing

    Natural Language Processing

    Operating Systems

    Systems Biology

    Artificial Intelligence

    References:

    Other:

     

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