Right now I am kind of testing out Tumblr for my blogging needs, which means this blog is going to get no content for a while (or maybe ever - which means it could be my last blog post here). You can check out my Tumblr blog at https://electrogeek95.tumblr.com/.
I guess after writing the last post, I felt I needed to write a little more, so here is another one. I wish to talk a bit more about what has been happening in my life to my (non-existent) audience. So, I recently graduated from college with a Bachelors degree in Electrical Engineering. Funnily enough, … Continue reading Big changes
It has been quite some time since I last posted on my blog. Well, honestly, I have been really busy these past couple of months. I moved to a new city and there have been a lot of new different things I have been trying out - both personally and professionally. It has been all … Continue reading Been a while
I have been known among my friends and even some close family members to be a vocal Linux supporter. While I understand that for certain applications, Linux, as of now, is not a good choice, I think that for most consumers, it is a safer and better option than Windows. I maintain that position. However, … Continue reading Move to Windows (10)
I have always had a special inclination towards Linux. Privacy, Security, Simplicity (GUI) and Power (Shell). It has its issues but it has its strengths as well. However, sometimes you find that in a software, when that one thing that makes or breaks your workflow is absent, you find yourself unable to continue using it. … Continue reading A Small improvement, A Big reason
The past 30 days have been tough. I lost an old best friend, I lost many opportunities, I mistook many steps, I overestimated myself and underestimated challenges, and ended up being a little more sadder and desperate than I was. But, I guess in everyone's life, such periods come and go. Nothing lasts, everything changes. … Continue reading Back to Blogging
I have been learning Linux since the last few weeks. By learning, I mean, delving seriously with books and into the command line, making notes and the like. It has been an interesting experience and I have really learnt a lot of new stuff. Now I have decided to take it to the next level … Continue reading Linux: Trial by Fire