One of the few things which I have loved so solely was Smart India Hackathon . I had felt a different level of connection with this hackathon from the beginning and was ready to put whatever it would take me to win it. So this blog is all about a deep dive into that wonderful journey.
December 2019 , I was looking onto problem statements , messaging some of my friends asking if they would like to form a team , I had not worked on any project before neither had i any specific skills but I had this belief…
You are confused by the plethora of programming languages roaming around you? Every programming language has it’s praises & you are not able to decide which one should you go with? I can feel that and at the end of this blog you will have a clear understanding of which language you should learn for what purpose and why?
Let’s get straight into it!
So let me give you a basic understanding about some popular languages.
Some of the popular programming languages preferred for coding/competitive coding are:
Being from a tier-III college of Bihar , my college didn’t have a good enviroment of coding and competitions in a healthy way so there were lesser chances that SIH would end up being my insane dream which i wanted to do anything for. So the story started like this:
It was a normal day when my holidays(of college) were going on and i was just exploring something when i got to know about a winning team whose winning story over some paper cutting drove my insane interest into it. …
Amidst this condition of Global pandemic of Corona virus when the whole planet is on pause. Most of the companies are firing employees or planning to fire and the world is leaning towards economic recession. Everyone is afraid about loosing their jobs and this is going to create the biggest havoc ever. So the only solution we have is to shift from this culture of Job seeker to a Job creator . But then the question arises:
How to become a Job creator?
Imagine a situation with limited internet connection and blinking power supply in a remote village of west champaran , Bihar,India and winning a hackathon organised 8,242 km(air travel distance) away at Masachhuets institute of technology consisting of 2350+ applications , 1500 participants from 100+ countries , 200 mentors ,70+ partners and 44 african countries out there. Sounds thrilling and exciting . Right? So it was.
SO IT ALL STARTED LIKE THIS,
I was reading some blog on google which was telling about various hackathons being organised in different parts of the world when i came across MIT Covid-19 virtual hackathon…
Engineering one of the most securely chosen fields in India, One of the underestimated streams in India. Every other day , I end up reading a post making fun of engineering, I end up hearing one of friends who are also future engineers making fun of engineering. That`s absolutely okay until you don`t do these stuff seriously. Because I consider engineering as beautiful . It probably works on the third law of newton “how you will treat it ,it will treat you the same”. Being an engineer , you have an opportunity to know the technology behind everything you have…