- Why read open source code?
- Back to IC
- ML model monitoring
- Interviewed by Managers Club
- Interviewed by dev-to-manager
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- Engineering Management : Lessons learned in first year
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- My experience with Udacity Deep Learning Foundation course
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- This blog has been featured as a recommended read in Outlook Magazine, for B-school students.
- This blog has been consistently rated as one of the top ten blogs in India, out of 20,000 blogs listed at Invesp BlogRank. Read about how it happened.
- You’ll find interesting stories here about my startup experiences and my lifehacks.
- Me, an influential GitHub user? Check out my GitHub projects.
- To know more about Swaroop, see the About page.
- Talk on Productivity at Barcamp Bangalore 10
- Passionate Programmer book review
- To get somewhere, you already have to be there
- Side-project: isbn.net.in
- Writing Principles
- The 5-year limit to being a coder in India?
- Leaving IonLab
- How Fresh Graduates Can Grow
- Why I do Time Tracking
- Why You Should Run
- Tadiyandamol Again forTrekking
- The Singapore Series
A Byte of Python
This is a book on programming using the Python language. It serves as a tutorial or guide to the Python language for a beginner audience. If all you know about computers is how to save text files, then this is the book for you.
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A Byte of Vim
A Byte of Vim is a guide to help you to learn to learn about Vim, the text editor of choice for many programmers. This guide is aimed at both beginners who do not know anything about vi or vim and wish to learn how to become more productive in their writing, and intermediate users who wish to pick up advanced Vim tricks.
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