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In this write-up, we will discuss a simple and effective technique that I learnt while meditating on the Medito app. It’s a wonderful app for guided meditation, however, we can talk about it sometime later.
I start with the background, or as I like to call it the purpose. It is an optional section and can be skipped if you... more
I recently started with my summer internship at Mercari. The internship has started late by around two months. So, having lots of free time in May and June, I decided to make myself acquitted with the technical stack of my team at Mercari.
Having learned GoLang, Kubernetes, and other technologies in the past two months, I’m having a smooth sailing... more
I recently finished reading The Psychology of Money by Morgan Housel. It is a fantastic book which talks about finance from a psychological perspective rather than technical. This aspect makes it more relatable and applicable when reading. Following are my notes from the book.
A genius is a man who can do the average thing when everyone else around him... more
We all do mistakes and they are unavoidable. From small mistakes such as interrupting someone while speaking (the motivation for this technique) to larger and more disastrous ones. While first-time mistakes are forgiven, repeating the same ones is seen as a characteristic of ours (and is indeed a bad habit). And I wanted to address them after reading the book... more
Around a month back I saw the CS75 Lecture on Scalability by David Malan. The write up contains the notes from the same that I wrote while revisiting the lecture.
SFTP is better than FTP - in the latter credentials are also sent as plain text. VPS, on an abstract level, is a slice of the shared hardware with separate... more
The write up is yet another in the series of self-awareness and understanding myself on a deeper level. With a simple trigger, I came to understand an important concept - how, without even giving it a deserving pause, we make choices for others. We mostly have the best in mind for the person - the best from our perspective, our... more
Khan Academy is a great source of learning and I’m thankful for the addition of the section named “Life Skills” lately. The section contains short courses on significant topics that are amiss in college and school education vis-à-vis personal finance, college admissions, careers, and entrepreneurship.
This writeup contains notes that I made while learning Personal Finance from the same set... more