The game of cricket is popular all over the world, but the craze for the game is different in India. There is not a single Indian who has not played cricket as a child. Google CEO Sundar Pichai is one of them.
Mumbai, July 14: The game of cricket is popular all over the world, but the craze for the game is different in India. There is not a single Indian who has not played cricket as a child. Google CEO Sundar Pichai is one of them. Pichai’s love of cricket is still alive in Silicon Valley overseas. Many times he has expressed his love for cricket.
Like billions of cricket fans, Sundar Pichai never misses a chance to play cricket. Sundar Pichai recently posted a photo of himself playing cricket on social media. In this photo, Pichai is seen batting. This photo of Pichai is from an interview with the BBC. In this interview, he discussed many issues with the BBC’s Amol Rajan, such as quantum computing and childhood in India.
Pichai was playing cricket at Google headquarters. After this interview, a cricket match was played between the two. As there were no stumps, only one box was stumped. Many issues, from quantum computing to stability, were discussed with the BBC’s Amol Rajan. Thanks to Amol for bringing the bat along. I always love the opportunity to play cricket, ‘Pichai said in his post. Fans also lauded Pitch for taking time out of his busy schedule to play cricket.
Sundar Pichai did BTech from IIT. He was born in Chennai. He earned his BTech degree from IIT Khadakpur before moving to the US. He holds a Masters Degree in Materials Science from Stanford University. He then did an MBA at Wharton School. He joined Google in 2004. Initially it was with a small team on the Google search bar. After that he worked in many products besides Google Chrome, Chrome OS. Pichai was instrumental in developing many features, such as Gmail and Google Maps.