Hey, I’m Aju 👋 . I’ve been building, breaking, revamping, and writing on CSaju since 2019. CSaju’s goal is to spread knowledge and I believe Knowledge will make you free. I’m glad to play a minor role in changing the lives of people’s life via this blog. I love to write and hope one day to write a book.

For my contributions to the Cloud ecosystem, I was honored by being given the title of AWS Community builder by Amazon in 2021. Probably the youngest community builder from Nepal who has been advocating for the AWS ecosystem and helping out the people who are a beginner to the cloud. I’ve previously worked at Insight workshop,Techkraft, ESR Tech,Innovatetech, and much earlier building a CSaju. You can learn about my open-source work, side projects, and list of my tech talks on community. I did podcasting named as Tech Talk with Aju too and initiated a monthly SRE/DevOps newsletter.

Outside of work, I enjoy traveling, hiking, dancing, and exploring historical monuments. Before coming into tech, I have exposure to dancing, painting and athletics. I hope to contribute to a society that values community and brings up good changes for the incoming generation.

Opensource and side projects

  • Kubernetes for Everyone: A Kubernetes hacking challenge for DevOps/SRE enthusiasts crossed over 12,0000 participants.
  • Kube-gchat: Kubernetes chatbot to fetch out the kubernetes resources on Google Hangout message.
  • Golang with me: I started golangwithme to help everyone out there to understand Go and its whole ecosystem. I learn and share with the community. Happy Learning


  • Cloud computing with AWS at Bernhardth College - 2022
  • Message broker with Python 101 at Python User Group Nepal Meetup - Sep, 2020
  • Git and Github Funshop at Bhaktapur Multiple Campus - 2020
  • Getting started with Hugo at Sagarmatha College of Science and Technology - 2019
  • Web Development Career at Sushma Godawari College - 2019

Journey to Tech

I’ve been in tech for a long time. My introduction to computers started when I was in grade third at my primary school. During those time years, I often used to go to my maternal uncle’s home to play Road Rash at weekend. It was fun. After some years, I started going to the cyber cafe with my friends to play GTA Vice City paying Rs:10 NPR for an hour. I still remember carrying out the long cheatsheet for the GTA game. I was curious by the fact how the heck player got those numerous rewards by using a cheat sheet. This made me understand the fact that games can be made as well as hacked. Just wanna give you the nostalgia, remember the cheat code for bounce games on the Nokia mobile set?

My computer teacher introduced me to the term “programming”. Learned QBASIC in grade 6 not knowing how codes actually works. All I used to do was write some lines of code and execute them. The first program that i had wrote was executing the word ‘Hello’. Setting up the QBASIC in the lab was challenging and succeeding in that setup made me feel cool as no one else could do it. Fast forward, too late but the internet came out personally for me around grade 7 where I served the websites via the opera mini browser on the Nokia X3 model. The time when I realized how to make a website and all those stuff. I got my laptop Lenovo E49 at grade 8 where I started learning some HTML, CSS, bootstrap, basic PHP, and MySQL.

I didn’t had personal wifi at that period. Only the solution was hacking. At that period, hacking was mostly referred to as wireless pen-testing. I started into a Linux distro via backtrack that eventually became Kali Linux at present. Using aircrack-ng was cool enough to try out the dictionary attack on a friend’s wifi. Never learned any tech stuff seriously as it was a kind of hobby and focused on other stuff. At the end of high school, I learned fundamentals on the web with basic penetration testing, and programming as C. Made a website on a free basis for high school but was rejected as there was no sense to update their website.

After high school, I came to Kathmandu valley to study computer science, started my professional career starting from 2020, and further explore different aspects of life. Further more will be continued on my incoming blog posts.

Connect with me

I love connecting and chatting about tech, careers and everything in between find me on Twitter and Linkedin.

I’m also available to help out to launch your startup, perform penetration testing, provide a DevOps service, and technical training as well.

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