Rakshak is a part of our Android engineering team. He helps us build clean and testable apps for our clients.
He dropped out of engineering because “the syllabus was outdated and too boring”, who are we to disagree? He’s one of the first few adopters of Kotlin and is now experimenting with web development. While still in high school, he published “Gallery for Khan Academy” which has garnered about 50,000 downloads on the Play Store.
He loves producing music in his spare time. As he is a hopeful dropout, he wishes to change the Indian education system and believes in the power of free will and the empowerment of marginalized communities. He’s self-taught and was quite active in taking part in hackathons. He also contributes to open source and has spoken at Droidcon London ‘18.