electronut Labs is the creation of Mahesh Venkitachalam - programmer, writer, photographer and electronics hacker based in Bengaluru, India. We are a small business focused on creating unique, useful electronics hardware and educational content for Makers worldwide. You can read more about how electronut Labs came to be at the genesis page.
We are located inside IKP Eden in Bangalore, right opposite to Forum mall, Koramangala.
electronut Labs IKP Eden 16, Bhuvanappa Layout Tavarekere Main Road Bangalore 560029 India Email: email@example.com
We now have seed funding, and have started our journey to build an interesting, useful IoT device. We are currently looking for a software engineer to join our team, who can help us with mobile apps and cloud integration.
Must Have Requirements:
- Familiarity with Ionic/Angular and PhoneGap/Cordova.
- Familiarity with AWS.
- Familiarity with Python.
- Published mobile/web Apps or open source projects that can demonstrate coding abilities.
- An interest in electronics hardware. Hands on experience with Arduino is a plus!
Interested? Write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The folks that make electronut Labs tick.
Mahesh Venkitachalam, Founder & Chief TroubleMaker.
Smitten with electronics since childhood, Mahesh has managed to make himself even more dangerous by learing some programming. Loves photography, reading (especially Sci-Fi), art, and good cinema. Has a tendency to mutter "comma, space!" while reading articles written by others.
Rishi Shukla, Intern.
Only a few months away from graduation, this young engineer is learning electronics and programming at an alarming rate. He keeps the energy levels high at the lab. When he's not erasing bootloaders, his mind is on sketching, sports, gaming, or motorbikes with large engines.
Seby Kallarakkal, Business Advisor.
An architect by training and current CEO of Nabler, Seby has a strong interest in Big Data and actionable insights that can be gleaned from its analysis. He has a knack for identifying the core business issue in any technology based effort. He also loves spreadsheets, and gets agitated at inefficient eateries.
Raviprakash Jayaraman, Ph.D., Scientific Advisor.
Trained in Materials Science with a specialization in semiconductor devices, Ravi is our first stop when we want to understand some new technology. He is also a recreational programmer and Linux hacker, and is known to issue occasional threats about going over to the dark side and becoming a Software Engineer.