It took close to 25 person-hours to get 15 people for lunch. During all this, I got a mail I’d like to share with you. If you are planning an outing with friends, Don’t let this happen to you! We were misled by Burrp on the venue, and landed uourselves at a silly place called Wazawan (naam pe mat jao, hume bhi dhoka de gaya!) somewhere on Military Road in Marol. But in no time we figured out that this wasn’t the place for us! No drinks & too cheap! So we moved to our all time favorite – Chakra and had a gala time!
Quorum: Prasad Gupte, Ivan Quadras, Sandeep Gokhale, Hemant Ubhe, Rohit Jham, Anand Natarajan, Shubhangi Billore, Shilpa Nair, Kanul Wadhwa, Prakash Konduru, Kunal Patel, Drup Desai, Sandeep Shenvi
Drop-outs: Neha Moghe, Vinit Reddy, Parwinder Singh, Sourav Ghosal & Jayesh.
Lunch at Chakra
My farewell saga that stretched over 2 days On Oct 31, Ivan & me had taken the group out for lunch at Jughead’s Pop-Tates in Powai. On Nov 2, my pals were all around me, ensuring a smooth exit. They are indebted me with gifts: a UDY perfume & big box of Celebrations (to celebrate my exit? or my new job?) Guys, I really want to thank each of you for making my stay & exit so much worth remembering. Check out this photo-gallery!
Nature aborts vacuum
Today is a day in my life when I have taken a very tough call: something that is likely to shape my future. I have resigned from my post at L&T Infotech and decided to move on. L&T has been my first employer, and as always, the first cut is the deepest. The couple of things that can make you feel better in such parting is that ‘nature aborts vacuum’ and that ‘the organization is always bigger than the employee’. View full article »