This poem is an ultimate collaboration of 14 poets from the Live Poets Society of NITT, where each contributed their take on what we are, as a generation.
We are a generation
Of losers and loners
Living with FOMO
Of things we don’t need
We are a generation
Of trends and fads
And crazy things
We don’t understand
We are a generation
Of blood and chrome
Love beyond material
We seldom seek
You would have seen stories of students cracking JEE/CAT to get into the top colleges out there. You would have seen students from the so-called tier 3 colleges getting into FAANG companies.
There are a lot of different stories we come across in life and the story of our guest for this edition of the micro-chat series is something you would not come across often. Abhiram is a 2019 ECE graduate of NIT Trichy, one of the top colleges of India. He had pretty good grades, and a good resume, overall. He could have applied to a master's program. He…
“Today is the first day of the rest of my life.”
Our guest today is someone who resonates well with the above thought. A software engineer by profession and an alumnus of NIT Trichy (batch of 2019), Abhinaya S.B. talks about her views on being a woman in tech, handling life in today’s world, and her passion for writing, in this exuberant conversation ahead.
To give a quick intro, Abhinaya is a Computer Science graduate with a range of research and industry experience spanning multiple areas in the field. …
Who doesn’t love getting gifts? More so, when it is something you yearned for. And who doesn’t love giving gifts, especially to the people you love, to make them feel special?
Gifts hold a unique place in all sorts of human relationships. From friends to family to our loved ones, it does put a smile on our faces. From something as simple as a piece of paper or a flower to a private jet or a villa, gifts take a lot of forms.
Given the importance they hold in our lives, I wanted to document some of my thoughts in…
What is common to a random conversation over a cup of coffee, a simple yet alluring photograph, or a few lines of poetry/literature?
All of them have the power to change the world.
And that power is in you too. Every one of us has it. We may just not know how to channel it, where to channel it, and at times are unaware of our own contributions that help in the betterment of the society at large. But, with every little positive step you take, you are creating a ripple effect and making the world a better place.
I was looking at my LinkedIn profile the other day and noticed a few lines from a recommendation written by one of my friends-
“Aditya is one of the most efficient managers of time. It makes me wonder as to how he gets time to work for LinkedIn, manage his academics and nurture his technical skills.”
When I look at it today, it looks like an overkill but there was a time when I used to give my semester exam in the morning, do my internship work in the afternoon, work on LinkedIn and my personal projects in the evening…
I’ll be straightforward and honest here. I find a lot of culture around parties to be fake and namesake. I personally don’t find enjoyment in such things, the way they happen these days. By using the word, “Party”, I am also referring to the casual social gatherings that happen among friends.
The thoughts in this diary entry are specific to me and me alone. These are the ideals I stand for. I do acknowledge that different people will have different preferences. Take these thoughts as just another perspective on the internet and introspect for yourself.
From best friends to arch enemies and family, it is almost inevitable for conflict to arise at some point in time. In fact, conflict is a frequent part of human life. We all would have had our differences in opinions and interests. We might have told something we shouldn’t have or behaved in a way someone didn’t like and so on- conflicts happen all the time, for all sorts of reasons.
I wanted to share some perspectives on dealing with them given how intense and life-changing some conflicts can be. I guess, the next time I end up in a…
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With a lot of developers taking notice of the new Svelte framework, I thought I will explore a bit of it. As with most of my learning experiments, I got started with actually building something tangible and documenting the process. This tutorial will be super beginner-friendly and I hope even those who haven’t written a single line of code before can follow easily. Also, the focus won’t be just on “programming”, but also on “thinking”. The insights mentioned here can be applied to any kind of project you want to build.
In my 2020 resolutions blog, I mentioned two things I wanted to do-
Looking back at those 12 months, I kind of fulfilled the simple targets I had. I have created and curated quite a lot of memes. Then, I created the Self-learning Technology Program. I wouldn’t consider it as a success but it laid a strong foundation to what I will be doing next. …