A professor's reminisce and crux of his teachings
Book review of “The last lecture” by Randy Pausch. A professor gets to know he has several months to live and decides to give a lecture at Carnegie Mellon to leave a legacy and commemorate his profession as a teacher.CONTINUE READING
A Biography that beautifully captures different facets of J. R. D. Tata's life
I often heard mentions of Tata’s and their legacy but knew close to nothing about vastness of their contribution to India’s foundation until I picked up this biography “Beyond the last blue mountain” by R. M. Lala.
After finishing this book I was left in a state of awe and admiration for J. R. D. Tata (Jeh). Its unbelievable that a person can be so humble yet so determined and has such humongous achievements under his belt.CONTINUE READING
When universe stands still
An art piece that I did to remind myself how important it is to continously keep moving. Find the screenrecording on youtube.
Organizing budget and systematic investment planning
Financial independence is a subject which is gaining lot of attention. I’ve been reading on the various aspects ex. what are the options for me to invest, how to diversify portfolio, look at trends and balancesheets, recognize patterns and the psychology of human misjudgement. In my humble opinion, everyone should sort their finances as early as possible and become financially independent with the power of compounding. CONTINUE READING
Reworking website and setting up blog using Jekyll
All of my posts are written in Markdown and the blog is powered by Jekyll, a static site generator that takes Markdown blog posts and converts them into HTML files. I went for this approach (and not Wordpress or any other CMS for that matter) because: CONTINUE READING