19 Oct 2016
If I ever need to remember my inner-child, I just wait until Diwali. It’s the one single day I don’t need to set an alarm to get up.
Diwali signifies the victory of light over darkness, good over evil. But personally it means, new clothes, endless supply of munchies, fireworks and celebrations. Food, family and “happyness”; all the eternal pursuits of humans, presented to you on a single day.
Take this day to be grateful for the things you have and to be motivated for the things you want to pursue. May you find the light within and around you. Happy Diwali 🎉.
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05 Oct 2016
UnderstandBetter uses context driven AI to generate meaningful metrics for each employee at your company.
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25 Sep 2016
It’s always a nice gesture to redirect your users to the page they were last visiting. Imagine a scenario where your app sends out mailers with a link to a page that requires a login to see. You can’t assume that your user would always be logged in, so when clicking on this, he/she would be redirected to the sign in page. They then sign in and… they’re back on the homepage. So they leave. Retention 0, distrust 1.
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20 Sep 2016
I was explaining to a colleague of mine how he can host his static website on GitHub for free. He was super happy about this, so to get him started I shared the help page that he could follow.
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04 Aug 2016
Of all the innovative ideas to bring more people into open source, this has got to take the prize. #100DaysOfCommits is a social movement to promote open source development. All you need to do is commit on Github, to an open source project of your choice for the next 100 days! 1 commit (or more, common challenge yourself!) per day.
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