Stoicism. My first exposure to this has been in the book – The obstacle is the way. I would say it’s an awesome book – life changing even. Stoicism is the most practical life philosophy I have read about till date – Accept life as it is. Obstacles are only obstacles if we perceive them […]Read More Stoicism- a philosophy for Indian engineers
“Mobile application developers don’t get paid as much as real software developers” “If you get into web development, you will be stuck with a mediocre salary” “Focus only on C ,C++ and Java.Don’t go into that php, python things.And most importantly don’t learn a particular framework.If you mention that in interview or in your CV, […]Read More Something all engineering college students should read
“This is too hard” “I dont know where I should start! All the problems are mind boggling” Competitive programming is a way out for aspiring developers working in colleges to get awesome jobs and build a career in the software industry. Especially in this competitive market where the disconnect of college education and industry knowledge […]Read More Interview of a Competitive Programmer
“Custom directive?Or should this be better put as a component?” This question haunts a lot of people who work with angular.They find this a confusing loop where both can be used to achieve something ,but the voice saying ‘Tis is thy right path’ has not developed yet. The best way to decide would probably be to […]Read More Angular Directives vs Components
“Why do I need to learn automata theory?What applications does it have?I dont understand it” “It is used in parsing” Not directly applicable, is what I thought then. It was about a year after that I understood that Automata theory was more, much more. Many students think Automata Theory is useless. This is much further […]Read More Automata Theory: A Rant
by Nikhilesh Pandey firstname.lastname@example.org I have been reading about the unsureness of many who are doing research on Angular and React, trying to figure out which one they would want to start learning. I, Myself was in this position at one point in time, and this post might help you get an alternative look at things. First, to […]Read More React or Angular? And Why? Thoughts!
“Free Notes Everyone!” is what I want to scream out loud. Don’t wait for anything, just learn User Experience.It will change the way you think. User experience requires a lot of things to be known to properly make evaluations and plan stuff. Some of these “things” are – Human Computer Interaction Human Factors Cognitive Sciences […]Read More Hacking the User Experience – Notes
Weird bugs crawl out of strange places.Squashing them is both satisfying and educational.And I never faced more bugs than when I was involved in game development. I started developing games just as a way to practice coding when I was in college. Little did I know that this hobby will give me some of […]Read More How game development shaped my career
“Just stick to the mocks” – I was tired of hearing this from the designer whenever I suggested a change, mainly because a few features were sort of hard to implement and there may be better alternatives.Why don’t designers understand the perspectives of the developer!?-I thought.That was until I did this course on UX. […]Read More Hacking the User Experience – Review
It is known in the developer word that not following best practices can create major issues in usage of a framework.Angular is no exception. In this blog post, I will highlight some best practices that I have picked up. File Naming and Folder structure – Use the angular cli for creating components, services etc.It will […]Read More Angular Best practices!