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
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
Many introverts reading this would be jumping up and down after seeing the title(out of joy I mean). Public speaking is not something that is natural to everyone. Especially for people who spent most of their early years not that social, therefore not developing the people skills and getting over the fear of talking before … Continue reading Public Speaking for Introverts
Java and XML code for a simple Android app to square a number.
Since C++ is my favorite language, and the one that I am most comfortable with as it is my first programming language, I might be a bit biased. That being said, any experienced software developer would tell you C++ is freaking hard, and I accept that 100%. But so is quantum physics, calculus, marriage, self-discipline, taking seminars, … Continue reading Should you learn C++?
My interest in computers was evident right from my childhood, when I used to play with the i486, which was our family's first computer. I always had an eye for technology, especially when it had something to do with computers. But, I was never really exposed to the science of computing(aka Computer Science), until when I … Continue reading My path to Computer Science