our tribe. we build and launch products, sing carnatic music and climb mountains.
Atharva wants to make the world a happier place with code. The hacker culture of the 60s and 70s inspired him to build inclusive Open Source communities in his college days.
His foray into Open Source continued with his contributions to the Git project, where he learnt how code can be the ultimate force multiplier—with the work of a tiny core team powering millions of the world's code repositories.
When he isn't debugging like a stoic, he is usually found writing and publishing his strange thoughts on the internet, or making grimy digital art.