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18 Dec 2018 . general .
A Note On Programmers' Frustration
3 mins Read


While solving a problem during Codechef’s December Long Challenge 2018, I happened to notice a drastic improvement in my mood on getting stuck at problems; a minor change in the perspective which helped me navigate through problems more peacefully.

This blog-post will list the two differences in my viewpoint from when I left competitive coding in December 2017 and now,... more

10 Dec 2018 . experience .
Intern Interview Experience With Wingify
4 mins Read


I’m currently working as a Winter intern at Wingify and it is one of the coolest companies to have as your first intern experience. I thought it would be great to keep an account of my interview experience so that it can help students applying in the future.

I applied to Wingify through the off-campus process; sent them my CV... more

03 Dec 2018 . experience .
GSoC: How? This? That?
10 mins Read


Google Summer of Code has been announced again, and I’m all filled with nostalgia, but it’s not the only things I’m full with (:wink::wink:). With a motive of helping GSoC aspirants, I’ll be summarising (in somewhat details), how I prepared for GSoC 2018 and successfully completed my project under CCExtractor.

The post is timeline based and it is near as... more

02 Nov 2018 . experience .
From KWoC To GCI
3 mins Read


I’ve been active in OpenSource programming since December 2017, and it’s been a great journey altogether; meeting dedicated developers, forming communities, and helping students to get into the field through organising and mentoring various events.

I’m dedicating this article to summarising the journey and giving a glimpse of what all I’ve been involved with, and in what order. The inspiration... more

01 Oct 2018 . Experience .
Going For Go For Web APIs
8 mins Read


I have been working on a slack app, OnThisDay for quite a long now, and I had halted work for a brainstorm session (with myself) and also to study for my mid-semester examinations. While I had framed the algorithm in my subconscious, I almost forgot to begin the work with it. And then came the KOSS’s workshop on WebServers using... more

18 Sep 2018 . Readings .
I Read 'The Subtle Art Of Not Giving A Fuck'
2 mins Read


As soon as I finished reading “The Difficulty Of Being Good”, I started off with a small read “The Subtle Art Of Not Giving A Fuck”. It is, without doubt, one of the most criticised as well as praised book. The book is a small read, and since it revolves around a single agenda, the review is going to be... more

25 Aug 2018 . Readings .
I Read 'The Difficulty Of Being Good'
7 mins Read


On my way back to college campus during 4th of July of the year, my train was half an hour late, so I decided to browse through the books at a stall; and it was then that I came across the first book which intrigued me. “The Difficulty Of Being Good: On The Subtle Art Of Dharma” filled me with... more