Based out of Bangalore and San Francisco, Hasura makes developer tools that simplify and accelerate product development.
Rajoshi started her career as a bioinformatics researcher in the field of genomics, and moved into the technology startup space during her fellowship as a mentor at a tech incubator for startups (MEST) in Ghana. She is an alumnus of the National University of Singapore and Stanford Ignite.
The Name & Logo
The name Hasura comes from a portmanteau of Asura, the Sanskrit word for demon, and Haskell. Asura refers to daemons, or computer programs that run as background processes. Haskell is the functional programming language we used to build Hasura in, and is Hasura’s one true <3.