Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Tribute to Technocrats

A fellow blogger SG presented me ‘Cherry on Top’ award for the choice of my blog posts subjects. As part of acceptance of the award, I am asked to write three good things about myself. This is my attempt to tell something about myself.

A French poet Jean De La Fontaine once quoted “By the work one knows the workmen”. He was right but in the world of computers, the workmen are hardly visible though their work is widely used.


In our daily life, we use personal computer for social networking, word processing, accounting, communication, reading news, paying bills, sharing pictures, making personal videos and accessing variety of information from millions of website. Cell Phones, Televisions, Microwave ovens, Car Dashboard, CD Players, Electronic Keyboard and musical instruments use electronic devices designed by computer professionals. Computer professionals made it all possible for us.

Let us see beyond the daily life.

Computer and internet revolution helped bring economic boom in developing countries like India, China, Taiwan, Korea, Brazil and east European countries. The economic development improved the life style of millions and created jobs for hundreds of non computer professional too.

Precision of computer models to predict the weather calamities saves lives of millions. Reliable and fast communication using computing devices in the telecommunication equipments helps save lives at the time of accidents or medical emergencies. Medical equipments have computing devices that capture images of inside and outside of a human body and present three-dimensional view on a computer screen for accurate diagnosis.
Being able to read and write on a computer saves paper, reduces fuel consumption and in turn makes us environment friendly.

Access to information is a key factor to learn new subjects and different aspects of life. Internet brings information to the living rooms of the remotest places of the world.
Media, Print, Construction, Banking, Finance, Retail, Manufacturing, Medical Research, Bio Medical….the list is endless that use computers.

Computer Professionals made it all possible.

I am proud to be a member of the team that brought computer revolution.

21 comments:

Chatterbox said...

Very rightly said A.
I totally agree with you.Computers and the persons involved in the countless softwares have gifted our lives with countless benefits that we fail to credit them for.
Thank you for this wonderful reminder :D
Congratulations on being a proud member of this wonderful team!!

Cheers!!

A said...

Chatterbox,

Thanks a lot. Appreciate your comment.

Jyothi said...

:) Congrats on the award and on being a member of the "winning" team. I think every person who has ever been on the net is responsible for its boom. Its a need based industry.
I had written a post about internet recently. Do check it out in my musings sections.

http://lifedoeshaveameaning.wordpress.com/2010/06/09/the-big-bang-theory/

Insignia said...

Thanks for dedicating this post to technocrats. Feels good

Nisha said...

Agree completely. Congratulations on being on this team.

Three good things?? :-)
Also, as far as I know, you are supposed to pass on this award to someone else... probably to 3 people.

Bikramjit said...

Well done mate... I am also one of those in the team.. i hope it made some difference.. A very good article ... life has become a bit easier with all these innovations .. but a long way to go ...

A said...

Thanks Jyothi, Insignia, Nisha and Bik.

Nisha, yes two more are coming...:)

BK Chowla, said...

My best wishes for being part of a positive work done and being done.
It is very rear to read a post written about the techs ,who are normally taken for granted.
Yes, I ma not a part of the team--I wish I was.

SG said...

Nice post. Interesting read. Also, as Nisha said you are supposed to pass it on to 3 people. Waiting to see who you selected.

A said...

SG,

Thanks.

Yes. Two more coming and passing it on. Just give me few days. This is my third post this week.

Anjuli said...

Congratulations on the award!!! You are indeed part of a great section of society- which has moved things forward.

p.s.- FINALLY got the book sent off to you- shld arrive in 3 days - at least that is what the post office said.

DuDo said...

well thanks for dropping by my blog and posting a lovely comment. i'm happy that you love my one liners. 'A' I was busy lately wid my projects so couldn't update my blogs.. would update it soon. :)

A said...

BK, Anjuli, Dudo,

Thanks for encouragement. Extra thanks to Anjuli for the book.

NRIGirl said...

Excellent post A!

~ A fellow team member NRIGirl

Anonymous said...

Good thoughts. I would have loved to read an interesting story around them.

Satish

A said...

Hey Satish,

I know you are a computer professional and you know I love your site.

So this post was for you too.

Stories to follow on Computer Professional.

R. Ramesh said...

wonderful wellmeaning post..thank god..my daughter is into IT field and with this post i can be proud..hehe..

Usha said...

Congratulations!! for your award. You have nicely described role of computer professionals..but it is quite tough job to be in this profession.

A said...

Ramesh,

Thanks. You should be proud of your daughter.

Usha,

Thanks. Award is fun. It is tough job in the beginning but you get used to it.

sm said...

nice article
yes i agree with you
people only see air conditioner rooms and do not see the heat,anger,frustration which is generated inside mind and heart while working in this industry.

R. Ramesh said...

Hi buddy:) Passed by to say Hiiii..cheers