marvin danig

Hello, I’m Marvin Danig—an engineer and an American in-the-making.

After few short stints in different places of India, my wife and I settled in the Washington DC area (NoVA), where I now work as the CXO-pune of Bubblin Superbooks.

In my spare time, I could be found hacking on Bookiza Abelone.

This blog represents my personal thoughts, and not that of my employer(s) or companies that I am involved with. Hopefully, that’s clear from the casual tone of this blog.

Thoughtful comments are welcome. Be human.


Originally from India, I finished my undergraduate degree in engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur in the year 2002. At the time I used to be a lead guitarist in my hall band. Moved on from music scene since, but I do love great music as you can see from this blog. I love the way science and math push us forward.

These days I’m dabbling with progressive web apps, “tablet web”, and the increasingly blurred lines between what separates an “app” from a “web site.” In past, I’ve had the opportunity to lead and be a part of both small and very very large projects. My projects have varied between a petrochemical complex to an offshore gas processing unit, to a trans-national (Indo-Iran gas pipeline) gas grid system to a feasibility study of a virtual pipeline system similar to that of one in Fairbanks, Alaska.

I led development of a multi-mode multi-leg travel-planner and travel search engine based on Google maps and am currently leading a web based “tablet first” social book reading system and a new format for online books called Superbooks.

When not working, I’m usually spending time with my beautiful wife and one of my two dogs. Only to make the other one jealous.


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