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Caching tooling configuration that ease off dual screen presentations for future quick access
Recently (about a month ago), I had to re-setup my work environment due to some corruptions in my file system (the fast ring (dev) builds of Microsoft’s insi...
Getting straight into it, WSL has its share of problems compared to native linux - but we’re getting there.
Fitness log 004
My right knee has been hurting due a bad lunge a couple of weeks ago. Running seems to get the blood flowing around lower body musculature and joints an...
Fitness log 002 : Prehab’ing
This is a brief profile of my most frequent injury pattern and the canonical causes for the same.
Initiating the priors before commencing my fitness logs from my present state:
Why We Sleep: Unlocking the Power of Sleep and Dreams by Matthew Walker My rating: 3 of 5 stars The book does a very good job of putting you to sleep. This i...
A Brief History of Time by Stephen Hawking My rating: 4 of 5 stars One morning, sipping coffee, gazing into infinity, it hit me that I’m 20: 20 years of me p...
Leonardo da Vinci by Walter Isaacson My rating: 5 of 5 stars The way Leonardo’s experiences are structured and presented, allow you to see anything and every...
Descartes’ Error: Emotion, Reason and the Human Brain by António R. Damásio My rating: 4 of 5 stars The book’s a slog. I like reading for fun. The book is go...
I encounter a lot of exciting tools one could benefit knowing about, skills that would be fun to master and new fields that are interesting. Some of them are...
Stream for speed reading stats ( speed, comments on comprehension and qualitative updates )
I like writing. I would like to get good at it. Writing about anything feels good. Consequently, I’m going to use my minor stream to practice this skill and ...
Ramblings | à muse
I’ve lately been diving into SICP (Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs) using Hy (a python lisp dialect) and I’ve lately been having a great ti...
For a couple of semesters now, I have helping a team under the mentorship of prof. Vineeth Balasubramanian and prof. C.V. Jawahar for a Workshop submission f...
My last semester, as a group project, we created a plotting domain specific language built upon matplotlib using the lark-parser.
So …, I’m finally done with my on-campus internship interviews and have more time to put into this stuff.
Things that don’t fit in, fit here.
Timestamped annotations of my readings and research progress