Rohit Rai

Rohit Rai is an accomplished software engineering professional and entrepreneur with several years of experience in developing products and consulting with clients on a variety of technologies, from enterprise applications on .NET and Java EE, consumer web applications focusing on JavaScript, data engineering and analytics platforms such as Pentaho and Hadoop, to modern platforms such as Groovy, Scala, and Node.js.

He is a founder of TupleJump, a startup building a new-generation data engineering platform for unifying and optimizing the workflows of data scientists, engineers, and analysts, bringing in innovative data process development approaches and modern visualization frameworks, all built on cutting-edge technologies designed to scale transparently from a single machine to large, distributed big data clusters.

He has previously worked with Cordys R&D, Pramati technologies, and various startups. He has consulted with clients like Intel and Sun, helping them develop products like Mash Maker and Zembly, powered by JavaScript. He was a member of one of the first teams on SocialTwist and developed one of the first widgets as a service platform and framework, which continues to power this widely-successful social media marketing and referral platform used by many Fortune 500 companies.

In open source, Rohit is a core committer and the administrator of Matisse (http://www.matisse.org/), the collaborative design platform. He is also the creator of socket.io.play, the Socket.IO module for the Play framework, and various open source projects hosted at GitHub (https://github.com/rohit-tingendab).

Rohit Rai has worked on the following Packt books:

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