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Sriram Sharma

Sriram Sharma

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Sriram has had over ten years of experience as a tech journalist, in which he got a ring-side view to two personal computing revolutions. He’s had a few stints in communication and product roles at startups, and likes to track the up-and-comers in India’s tech landscape. A former gamer, he now saves his twitch reflexes for breaking news.

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I beleive in the transformative power of journalism and great writing. As a writer at FactorDaily, I’d pledge to stick to editorial guidelines and ethics - for me, it means making responsible disclosures when they apply, checking my facts, and citing sources. I haven’t invested in any startups or companies yet, and I promise to make appropriate disclosures when reporting on areas where there is a potential conflict of interest.

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