Hallo! Ich bin Joel Kingsley und ich bin Computerprogrammierer. Ich komme aus Indien, aus dem Bundesstaat Tamil Nadu und aus der Stadt Chennai. Ich bin ein Christ, der glaubt, dass die Erlösung allein durch den Glauben erfolgt. Ich liebe rennen. Ich gehe auch fast jeden Tag ins Fitnessstudio. Deswegen esse ich viel proteinreich Essen Folge … Continue reading German Series #1: Über mich
So it has been about 5 years since my first blog post, which I published in July 2016. Since then, I’ve tried to publish at least 1 post every month. As expected, I did fail to be consistent with this at times by being late or skipping few months. But overall I feel this was … Continue reading Going Forward!
According to a census taken in 2018, India with a population of 121 crore (1.21 billion) has 121 different languages spoken, where each language is spoken by at least 10,000 people as their mother tongue. That being said, 96.7% per cent population in the country have one of the 22 scheduled languages as their mother … Continue reading Benefits of Learning a New Language
I’ve been in the corporate world for about 3 years now, and I have worked in 2 companies for now. Actually I cannot really say 2, since my first company was acquired by my current company and that’s how I got here. So I didn’t really change companies to gather experience from 2 different companies. … Continue reading The Indian work culture needs to change
Angular is one of many web frameworks that make web development easier by providing you with the tools to make the development process cleaner and quicker. Out of all the mobile and web development frameworks I've used till now - native Android, native iOS, plain web, Angular and React (which is not that many), Angular … Continue reading Guards and Resolvers (in Angular)
In this day and age, everybody wants to be instantly gratified in the things they do. I’m not just talking about ordering fast food from Swiggy and watching Netflix and Prime on TV all day, but really in every aspect of life. At the moment of writing this post, there are petabytes of data available … Continue reading Reading Books is Underrated
College life is a once in a lifetime opportunity for most people given that most people stop their higher education at the bachelor's level. The statistics from a 2013 study by the University Grants Commission of India seems to suggest that 1,74,56,000 people (86%) had enrolled into bachelor's degrees that year, but only 24,92,000 people (12%) … Continue reading College Projects vs Corporate Projects
You probably know already that this Monday there was a world-wide outage of many Google services for about 45 minutes. The thing to be noted is that the affected services were also the most important Google services which have the most users, which includes Gmail, YouTube, Google Cloud, Play Store etc... I don't think Google … Continue reading How Software Engineers Handle Outages?
Hello, y'all. If you have already visited this blog before you would have already figured this out, but if not, you would have noticed that this blog has a lot of WordPress branding. The reason for this is of course because the site is hosted on the WordPress platform. But the detail to be noted … Continue reading WordPress.com vs WordPress.org (Which is Better?)
Hope y'all doing well. The format of this blog post is going to be similar to a blog post that I did on a different topic called Internet Radio Station 101 where I went through the workings of an Internet Radio Station from the top-down. I recently completed the Introduction to Data Science eDX course … Continue reading Data Science 101