About

Bipin Upadhyay
Bipin Upadhyay

ProjectBee.org is maintained and run by me, Bipin Upadhyay.

I live in India, moving from one city to another every couple of years like migratory birds Amsterdam. I do a whole lot of things and wish was good at some.

Work

  • I work with a startup in Amsterdam, and among other things, I work on MeetSoda.
  • My work at the startup involves leading the team, making architecture decisions, writing code, system administration, and making fun of colleagues.
  • I co-run co-founded & ran a starup in the past.ย  We worked on products such as FormsDotStar,ย EntranceForms, and FoxyPay. Although I’m not involved with the startup’s day-to-day activities anymore, I’m happy that it’s in capable hands.

Hobbies

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I love conducting workshops and delivering presentations, especially at educational institutions. Let me know if you are interested.

Lastly, I know it’s a much used movie line and hence sounds corny, but I really DO wish I could fly (or may be even glide naturally).

Obligatory Disclaimer: Unless and otherwise stated, everything on this blog is based on my personal views and beliefs -which may often be time bound. I’d hate to share the ‘credit’ with my employer or any other entity.

12 Replies to “About”

  1. Shukriya ๐Ÿ™‚
    It’s accompanied by a slogan (which was missing until now as I shifted from blogspot to WP recently), which explains that my motive was to expand the title to life too.
    I must, however, admit that this blog is meant for my tech related posts only. My personal rantings are recorded on my other blog. It’s title derives it’s name from a William Cowper’s poem. ๐Ÿ™‚

    BTW, your blog theme has very clean look. I am still looking around for some similar theme for this blog. ๐Ÿ™

  2. Oh I see your tagline now ๐Ÿ™‚

    [Itโ€™s title derives itโ€™s name from a William Cowperโ€™s poem. :)]

    Really? Which poem? I love reading good poems (but non-Victorian stuff).

    [BTW, your blog theme has very clean look. I am still looking around for some similar theme for this blog. :(]

    Thank you ๐Ÿ™‚ I played around a lot with themes. It’s called Fadtastic. You can try it too. The only thing is that only the latest post is displayed. All the other posts are archived below. There is another one called Twenty Eight Thirteen (3 column). That’s quite nice too. Among the two column themes, Misty Look and Press Row are really neat.

  3. well the funny thing is that I distinctly remember seeing you website (.org one) a couple of weeks back. Don’t remember where I got the link from. And I went to your friend Lalit’s blog and really LOVED his design. It looks SO COOL. I think it’s one of the best deigned personal website I have ever come across.

    [Actually I need some theme that would give a feeling that the blog is technology related, and would yet be readable.]

    Lots to ask for…if you still want to remain at WP, you would be better off getting a CSS upgrade or expanding your website on the server that you’ve got.

  4. Sorry for delay in reply. Actually, I am on vacation. ๐Ÿ™‚
    Lalit used to have a web development company, and is currently working with Slideshare.net. I have a few similar geeky friends. ๐Ÿ™‚

    I was manipulating the possibility of picking a theme and modifying the CSS. It doesn’t look feasible though; have too much on the to-do list and too li’ll time. ๐Ÿ™

  5. Ahh yes ๐Ÿ™‚ I guess that explains it.

    I agree, working with a CSS style sheet takes a lot of time. I am too lazy to do it. That’s why I came to WP after trying out Blogger for a couple of days.

    Enjoy your vacation ๐Ÿ™‚

  6. ” that the fun reduces when your interest becomes your job ”

    I think thatz kinda little true ( and according to Johnny’s agreement metrics : /me agrees by 19.34%)

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