I conduct experiments that
may or may not seriously
break the universe

A Wannapreneur

It's too early to call myself an entrepreneur. I'm an entrepreneur-in-waiting. Or maybe an entrepreneur in the making. I believe that the key to a successful enterprise is to be open to changing your business model. You eventually find your rhythm, and it just works.

A Serious Coder

Writing code is one of the most amazing forms of art in the world. Programming is fun because you can break a problem up into pieces that you know you can handle separately. The deeper you dive into it, the greater the possibilities of solving complex problems. Ain't it logical?

A Technologist

The best thing about technology is that you do not have to completely understand it inorder to use it. Technology has been around since the inception of the world and is getting better with each and every day. The growth is endless and that's why I crave to learn more.

Let's Look Back in Time

My Background

I have a bachelor's degree in Electronics and Communications Engineering. My university project was on VLSI Technology. Very Large Scale Integration (VLSI) is the process of creating an integrated circuit (IC) by combining thousands of transistors into a single chip. For the purpose of the project we used VHDL, a hardware programming language that talks to the electronic components. Technology was deep in my veins. Though I started to learn basic programming while in primary school, I never took it seriously until I finished college. I just knew C and C# from college.

My Journey

I discovered my love for programming when I wrote my first application in .NET. after college. After a few years into .NET I learned PHP, Javascript, XML and MYSQL to create complex database driven web applications and therefore made that into a career. When I discovered the power of Open-source and the community support that was available I continued my journey to learn Joomla!, Drupal and Wordpress. Learning these tools was effortless for a programmer which in turn proved to save me a lot of time with its much more effortless content management features. Then came the mobile revolution. Although I was familiar with HTML and CSS, it was time for me to learn HTML5, CSS3 and Bootstrap to make the web apps responsive to mobile devices and tablets. So I did. This continued for a while and soon the mobile revoulution stirred up. Then came the need to learn mobile app development. I learned Android and started developing mobile apps. And so the journey continues.

My Blogs

Name Description
Gadget Guide Blog related to mobile and internet technologies
Android Everything Posts uselful for Android developers

My Philosophy

If today were the last day of your life, would you want to do what you are about to do today?