I have always believed that the true happiness is in the PURSUIT of ambitions, not when you achieve it. My ambitions are not my job, my free time or the places I visit. I follow a philosophy of life, where I could give my time to you and hopefully you give me back, and in our little time together, let's figure out how to live.
I care about you if you have a mission of social cause, or for the people around your circle. Communities makes me happy. Everyone is a resource to each other, no matter how small you believe you are. Even if you know/do little about something, the appreciation you give to the ones who does well, matters to them, so that's a fair contribution too, right? Haha
I also care about you if you are someone who are in a dire need of coffee. A cup of coffee always finds its way to my soul.
Co created a tool to query natural language on tabular data. Phew, it made into madewithml.com's trending #1 in few hours when I was taking a nap.
Well, that was exciting. It was also the first time I was collaborating with people outside my country. With GiftCardBank platform where they help financially the families in America who had a terrible time and lost their income during Covid, through collecting and redistributing Gift Cards. I created a tool to sort out unrelated customer grievances using AI.Click to know more
What an amazing group of humans we got here. We talk daily about technology,often helps each other learn and conducts events, workshops,hackathons, and always plans new ideas. Also a fun place to share tech memes and have occasional laughs. Haha.Click to know more
Ha, so school kids. I am more proud of them. Cheeky,mischievious and some ambitious. They wanted to play drums with the desk, wanted to know why religions exist when I am teaching science, and wants to believe in magic. I dont know what mature answer I could give to them, so being one of them and asking questions back,or letting them laugh wholeheartedly was my only option. Oh, and my kids used to give me gifts and I would buy them chocolates and icecreams with my salary. I mark those as some golden moments in life.
Hit me up if you want to learn something, or have something you can teach me! :)
Well, Covid lockdown fucked up the travelling to California Part. But still it makes me happy to have got such an opportunity. Yes,gives me some validation indeed.
Oho. So people will learn from what I wrote? Yay!
GPA- 8.1/10. Passed without any backlogs. BIG BRAIN TIME.
But seriously, there are people who find their way around without their degree or backlogs affecting them much at all. The only reason for me to not score backlogs was not to have pending exams. I wanted to get college done soon, since I already dropped out of a college once.
Hehee, here is the masterpiece!
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With some exaggeration though, I wrote some stories in malayalam in a blogging platform.
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Learned swimming only at an age of 23, but learning late is better than not learning it at all. I loved this experience!
I worked part time during college, worked on a shop during night, and with all that money, I went on a bike trip to Rameshwaram. The road was too straight that 110km per hr seemed slow, and had beach on two sides, and the feeling was heavenly.
Went to study harder for repeating entrance, within 6 months learned well all the stuff in higher secondary, wrote entrance and got into CET with some good scores.
Started using hearing aids from age 15, thus I entered the normie universe.Well, even without aids too, I would have done everything I did. Also, this is like a replacable organ for me, i.e, I can choose when to hear, or when not to. YES. I SLEEP SOUNDLY.
Started Learning python and ML from 3rd year, and you know the rest of story.
Well, not winning anything is okay, had a great experience building stuff. Do you need to win in order to succeed? Or do you need to succeed in order to find peace with yourself?