We all know how much disparity there is between computer science courses in engineering colleges in India and real-world coding skills. So how about a training institute that fills this gap?
This Sunday morning, Varun and myself started cycling down Kanakapura Road. The direction from Bangalore towards Thalagattapura was generally downhill and we started to enjoy the cycling when we saw good green fields on either side and surprisingly, lessening traffic. It's always fun for me to cycle to the pounding music of The Chemical Brothers. … Continue reading Cycling on Kanakapura Road
I was trying to analyze the feedback on my website's new design. There seems to be a trend that relates their usage of the website with their feedback. While researching on this subject, I found a paper by three people affiliated with the University of Manchester, UK. The paper makes three interesting hypotheses that are … Continue reading How attractive is your website?
I'm such a sucker for good design. I got a new theme for my website created by Divya Manian.
I've been pondering about specialization vs. generalization in terms of career skills. I have this notion that I *should* be a maven, *should* be an expert at something. But yet, I mostly do things that are the very opposite of this idea.
I wonder why people consider "social networks" to be a "new thing". It's the "rage these days", they say. Actually, they've been around for a while but in a different disguise. Take the case of the Erdos number: In order to be assigned an Erdos number, an author must co-write a mathematical paper with an … Continue reading Social networks of yore