Personally a Tech-Enthusiast, Passionately a Mozillian, (Parallelly a FOSS Evangelist) and Professionally a Frontend Developer.
Like travelling, Laud cultural-diversity and Love (to talk about) the Web.
|Attended event "Avenir Techfest 2014"||12 Apr 2014|
|Attended event "Mozilla India Inter-Community Meetup 2014"||04 Apr 2014|
|Attended event "MozSetup@IITKGP"||29 Mar 2014|
|Attended event "ProgramIIEST"||28 Mar 2014|
|Attended event "Womaniya"||08 Mar 2014|
|Attended event "Phoenix Techfest & Carnival 2014"||22 Feb 2014|
|Attended event "GNUnify 2014"||14 Feb 2014|
|Attended event "Firefox OS App Days in MUKTI'14"||01 Feb 2014|
|Attended event "FOSDEM 2014"||01 Feb 2014|
|Organized event "South Asia Meetup 2014"||25 Jan 2014|
|Geolocation in a Box: Bangalore||26 Apr 2014||Organizer|
|Angel Hack Bangalore Spring 2014||03 May 2014||Rep attendee|
|Mozilla Hack & Developer Code Sprint.||06 Sep 2014||Rep attendee|
|Avenir Techfest 2014||12 Apr 2014||Rep attendee|
|Mozilla India Inter-Community Meetup 2014||04 Apr 2014||Rep attendee|
|MozSetup@IITKGP||29 Mar 2014||Rep attendee|
|ProgramIIEST||28 Mar 2014||Rep attendee|
|Womaniya||08 Mar 2014||Rep attendee|
|Phoenix Techfest & Carnival 2014||22 Feb 2014||Rep attendee|
|GNUnify 2014||14 Feb 2014||Rep attendee|
|FOSDEM 2014||01 Feb 2014||Rep attendee|
|Firefox OS App Days in MUKTI'14||01 Feb 2014||Rep attendee|
|South Asia Meetup 2014||25 Jan 2014||Organizer|
Twitter handle @Debloper
IRC nickname Debloper
IRC channels #firefox, #mcs, #india, #nemo,
Personal Site http://debs.io/
Feed for Reps Planet http://debloper.blogspot.com/feeds/posts/default/-...
Featured for April 2012
Although he prefers being called as his last name "Deb", most Mozillians know him as Debloper. His interests lie in open-source projects, such as Mozilla, Wikimedia, Fedora, KDE, Kernel, Videolan, LibPurple, Diaspora etc. in a descending order of priority. Deb has been a web aficionado and tech evangelist for some time now.
Deb recently organized a most excellent Firefox add-ons workshop at the Madras Institue of Technology, in Chennai, India. The room was packed and participants walked away with a much deeper understanding of add-ons development, many of whom are now on their way to becoming awesome add-ons developers. Not only was the event a great success, but Soumya did a fantastic job documenting through a great blog post, flickr, notes, slideshare, all for the benefit of the broader community. Documentation is a pillar of the Mozilla Reps program, and Soumya did an great job bringing his add-ons workshop across Mozilla universe. Read all about it here: http://debloper.blogspot.fr/2012/03/restartless-firefox-add-on-workshop.html