It is an universal desire in each of us to form deep relations with other fellow humans but we always forget that relations we form are breathing organisms that need nurturing and growth to sustain themselves.

I was quite, like any amateur, struggling in my interactions with other people and I got myself to sit and read what “others” have thought about relations and how their experience can help me grow better in my own life.

Disclaimer: This book is not just for romantic relations but for interaction with other people.

Relationships in broad perspective.

The first book I took…

While solving a problem during Codechef’s December Long Challenge 2018, I happened to notice a drastic improvement in my mood on getting stuck at problems; a minor change in the perspective which helped me navigate through problems more peacefully.

This blog-post will list the two differences in my viewpoint from when I left competitive coding in December 2017 and now, December 2018, when I’m trying to start again with it. In the end, I would also be talking about why I’m restarting with competitive coding.

Not My Mistake!

Around last year, whenever I used to get stuck at a problem, the first thing…

While solving a problem during Codechef’s December Long Challenge 2018, I happened to notice a drastic improvement in my mood on getting stuck at problems; a minor change in the perspective which helped me navigate through problems more peacefully.

This blog-post will list the two differences in my viewpoint from when I left competitive coding in December 2017 and now, December 2018, when I’m trying to start again with it. In the end, I would also be talking about why I’m restarting with competitive coding.

Not My Mistake!

Around last year, whenever I used to get stuck at a problem, the first thing…

While solving a problem during Codechef’s December Long Challenge 2018, I happened to notice a drastic improvement in my mood on getting stuck at problems; a minor change in the perspective which helped me navigate through problems more peacefully.

This blog-post will list the two differences in my viewpoint from when I left competitive coding in December 2017 and now, December 2018, when I’m trying to start again with it. In the end, I would also be talking about why I’m restarting with competitive coding.

Not My Mistake!

Around last year, whenever I used to get stuck at a problem, the first thing…

While solving a problem during Codechef’s December Long Challenge 2018, I happened to notice a drastic improvement in my mood on getting stuck at problems; a minor change in the perspective which helped me navigate through problems more peacefully.

This blog-post will list the two differences in my viewpoint from when I left competitive coding in December 2017 and now, December 2018, when I’m trying to start again with it. In the end, I would also be talking about why I’m restarting with competitive coding.

Not My Mistake!

Around last year, whenever I used to get stuck at a problem, the first thing…

While solving a problem during Codechef’s December Long Challenge 2018, I happened to notice a drastic improvement in my mood on getting stuck at problems; a minor change in the perspective which helped me navigate through problems more peacefully.

This blog-post will list the two differences in my viewpoint from when I left competitive coding in December 2017 and now, December 2018, when I’m trying to start again with it. In the end, I would also be talking about why I’m restarting with competitive coding.

Not My Mistake!

Around last year, whenever I used to get stuck at a problem, the first thing…

While solving a problem during Codechef’s December Long Challenge 2018, I happened to notice a drastic improvement in my mood on getting stuck at problems; a minor change in the perspective which helped me navigate through problems more peacefully.

This blog-post will list the two differences in my viewpoint from when I left competitive coding in December 2017 and now, December 2018, when I’m trying to start again with it. In the end, I would also be talking about why I’m restarting with competitive coding.

Not My Mistake!

Around last year, whenever I used to get stuck at a problem, the first thing…

I’m currently working as a Winter intern at Wingify and it is one of the coolest companies to have as your first intern experience. I thought it would be great to keep an account of my interview experience so that it can help students applying in the future.

I applied to Wingify through the off-campus process; sent them my CV attached to an email in which I mentioned why I would like to work at Wingify. I also included a short paragraph of why I would be suitable for an intern at Wingify.

Round 1

I got a quick response from the…

I’m currently working as a Winter intern at Wingify and it is one of the coolest companies to have as your first intern experience. I thought it would be great to keep an account of my interview experience so that it can help students applying in the future.

I applied to Wingify through the off-campus process; sent them my CV attached to an email in which I mentioned why I would like to work at Wingify. I also included a short paragraph of why I would be suitable for an intern at Wingify.

Round 1

I got a quick response from the…

Google Summer of Code has been announced again, and I’m all filled with nostalgia, but it’s not the only things I’m full with (:wink::wink:). With a motive of helping GSoC aspirants, I’ll be summarising (in somewhat details), how I prepared for GSoC 2018 and successfully completed my project under CCExtractor.

The post is timeline based and it is near as follows:

  • December — January : Selecting the organization.
  • January — February : Contributing to the organization and researching on the project.
  • February — March : Writing the proposal.
  • March — April : Contributing further to the organization.

December to January

Getting Started

I foggily remember…

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