Before founding Vacation Labs in 20122, I spent five years at Cleartrip, where I dabbled in Common Lisp3 for the first year. Then, I used Ruby on Rails to build a whole suite of systems4 used within the company. I also spent some time in product strategy and managing the digital marketing team at Cleartrip.
Apart from spending a lot of time with technology, I love travelling, playing (amateurish) guitar, and just enjoying life in Goa, India (where I currently live).
Reach out to me if you need help with an interesting problem.
It has now grown to 67,000 lines in Apr, 2020. ↩
Where our tech stack consists of Ruby on Rails, AngularJS, Postgres, Redis, and Haskell ↩
Yes. v1 of the Cleartrip platform was written in Common Lisp. It was later replaced with a mix of Ruby on Rails and Java. It’s an interesting story! ↩
My team built the common payment sub-system, the central data store where all transactions/bookings were stored, and all internal systems used various tasks (post-processing of airline tickets, call center systems, refund processing, etc). ↩