My Blog

  • I’m an engineer from Georgia Tech who is curious and innovative by nature, and I love exploring the world.
  • I learn a lot about Computer Science, I’ve contributed to many Open Source projects.
  • No silos! I’ve done SDE / SDET / DevOps and have experience working in all three roles.
  • I’m agnostic, rational, fiscally conservative, socially very liberal.
  • If someone asks where I am from, I usually say ‘Earth’.
  • Welcome to my blog!

A Summary of the Rust Book

Learning Rust with Excerpts and Examples from the Rust Book The GitHub repository for this is here: Learning Rust Please click on the star button on the repo on GitHub to support this effort. Here is a sentence from the book: “Nothing in Rust prevents a trait from having a method with the same name as another trait’s method, nor does Rust prevent you from implementing both traits on one type....

April 1, 2024 · 1 min

Ayu Theme for Vscode

Ayu Theme Color Pop Vscode Here is my new code editor look: Installing the plain old Ayu Theme was pretty bland by default, and I wasn’t able to see some of the text and sidebar icons after enabling the theme. I tinkered around a bit and found that I could change these colors by going under Settings -> Workspace -> Appearance and editing the settings.json file directly. Don’t be scared of messing around with this file, yes it screws up your editor but keep a backup and just hack away....

March 27, 2024 · 1 min

Travels: India

Life in India Lots of struggle initially, unemployed for a year! Too many people! Bad infrastructure, overall I had horrible experience getting used to the place ngl However, right now, I’m okay cool

March 21, 2024 · 1 min

Travels: Canada

Life in Canada Some doctor just idk he certified me not fit for work and they just kept me in a hospital for a while, and wouldn’t let me go. The worst part was I was forced to take meds that I didn’t want/need, but they just didn’t listen to me List of meds administered: Risperidone, I could not breathe properly after I took this, I felt like I was in some kind of concentation camp....

March 21, 2024 · 1 min

Travels: USA

Life in the US Most importantly, I learned how to support myself, and everything I needed to know to hone my craft and make a living. Literally nowhere else in the world would I have been able to learn this so well ( to the extent/degree/quality ) of I was taught both in university and during my employment there. The only issue is the immigration system, I didn’t really like it....

March 21, 2024 · 1 min

Travels: Hong Kong

Raised in Hong Kong The reason I say that I’m not actually completely from anywhere in the world, is because I was raised in Hong Kong from a very young age and I spent my entire teenage there. It was really amazing, wouldn’t have it any other way, the lights, the city nights, the food. Everything was spectacular and I had the most wonderful time there. It was really heartbreaking to leave all my friends and people I had gotten close to over the years and head back to India for grade 11, utter disdain....

January 4, 2024 · 1 min