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Avastu Associates shining!



I know we are lying a little low lately but it has a deep secret strategic intent! Nope kidding :-). We are on projects and are promoting Virtualization in a major way. All over the place and all the time. I will soon publish a draft on Avastu's "Virtual Appliance Framework" white paper. Dario too is working hard with his exams and working on the Spanish version of our White Papers.

Ashish, my Indian Associate has recently had the distinction of calling himself a , well this is how he put it.

All along I was preparing for NCFM - an exam conducted by the National Stock Exchange of India. Well, now I am a certified financial markets analyst.


Congrats, Ashish! Take a look at NCFM here.

Sridhar, on the other hand has been around the globe, setup his own firm in China and currently working as a Morgan Chambers associate and gave a interview here at BusinessWorld India. Me and Sridhar will do an African trip in the coming weeks.

Great going, guys!

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