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Recently, Google released the list of projects selected for Google Summer of Code 2019 and I’m fortunate that mine is one among them. I would like to congratulate everyone along with myself.
This year I’ll be working on Sample Platform; it is the Continuous Integration And Regression Testing tool for the main CCExtractor repository. In short, it makes... more
Dry clothes are really easy to use, store and carry; then there are wet clothes: heavy, stinky and dripping.
Similar is the story for code: DRY (Don’t Repeat Yourself) is always preferred over WET (Write Everything Twice).
I’ve recently started learning .NET, ASP.NET, MVC, and related technologies, and thereon I stumbled upon the concept of DRY programming; it is a... more
Even stronger than Modi’s wave in 2014 Lok Sabha Elections is the drive of every second-year and third-year in KGP going into the field of data analytics; and, sadly, unlike Modi wave it’s here to stay for many following decades.
Data Analytics as a field has seen nothing less of a bubble than what was seen by the Internet in... more
I had the opportunity to intern at Wingify, New Delhi, in December 2018 and in this writeup I’ve summarized my experience of working at Wingify. My intern period was from 28 November to 11 January. I’ve already written my selection interviews’ experience and it is available here.
As soon as my offer was confirmed by Wingify, I received... more
One particular thought I always used to get breaking the ice with a person was that, “What if I do something stupid and the person starts disliking me? How to not do something wrong?”. In crude way, this is what I was asking myself…
How to not be myself?
It is after transforming to live a life of free living... more
It is an universal desire in each of us to form deep relations with other fellow humans but we always forget that relations we form are breathing organisms that need nurturing and growth to sustain themselves.
I was quite, like any amateur, struggling in my interactions with other people and I got myself to sit and read what “others” have... more
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