Ramakrishna Vaddempudi – In The Works

Ramakrishna Vaddempudi is a professional software developer who has spent the last few years immersing himself in many innovative and exciting projects that he and his colleagues believe will change the future as we know it. Vaddempudi often grins when people begin to inquire as to just what it is he is working on. Though he cannot openly divulge this information due to privacy policies of his company, he loves the fact that the industry is generating so much interest from the public. Vaddempudi says that it is remarkable to him that everyone is so socially conscientious these days, and that it seems so drastically different from only a decade or so ago, when computer programming and everything that came with it was a strange and alien thing that only a very select few understood. Vaddempudi says that since then the field has evolved, as has the demographic interested in it. Now everyone knows at least something about computers, and everyone values them, from independent business owners, to home owners, to mega corporations. Everyone knows that the future of the world revolves around the processing power of computers, and all of the software that makes them function, which is why everyone has all of a sudden become so inquisitive and interested in what Vaddempudi and his team has in the works for the future.

Ramakrishna Vaddempudi says that some day companies will be capable of divulging the full breadth of their work to the public, but for now there are simply too many that would seek to destroy the software, or debunk it, slander reputation or perhaps even use the software for malicious purposes. It is for that reason that his work has to be kept classified, but Vaddempudi hopes that some day it can be more open source, and available to the public for improvement.



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