In September, 2014 I solved a challenge for selection of GopherConIndia 2015 scholars, I had to create a web based application for showing Weather updates for 5 cities concurrently, in Golang using Go Routines for concurrency. I did got selected as a Student Scholar. You can view the code on GitHub.
Google App Engine with Go
I used an online weather API available freely for use, for fetching the data. Go Routines made it possible to fetch the data concurrently and load them asynchroniously on the results page.
ideaPad is an easy-to-use, app that helps you remember your greatest ideas. Quickly save your ideas or to-do's, Answer sample questions, draw sketches - that's the magic. It helps you gain momentum on your life goals and ideas. I build the app in August 2014, because i needed a place where i could store my ideas. Hopefully so they won't get lost in time and i would work on them. You can download the app from Google Play Store.
In 2013, I participated in Google Cloud Developers Challenge 2013 and was selected as the internation finalist in the competition. I build an application for managing projects deadlines within a company. I called it Equilibrium. I won 1000$, Nexus Tablet and other goodies from Google(Yay! Score).
It was pretty clear to represent the application with what it stands for. An Equilibrium.
Google App Engine with Python
Equilibrium is build on Google App engine with Python, also utilizing (Google+, Wikipedia, Google Custom Search, Google Maps) API's for various functions. Each Project Card having different colors depending on its urgency. With a time-down clock running in the card to deﬁne its deadline time. That's where the magic happens. These cards, are an easy way of organizing various projects, and the snappiest way to equalize your work. Designed responsively, users can utilize the app in Mobile, Tablet, Laptop, Desktop and they will be greeted with a nice responsive design. Build upon Twitter Bootstrap, Flask, jinja2, webapp2.
To promote the equilibrium, We made video to make people understand the product quickly. The video introducing the application to public was developed by @tarunkbhati, with my voice-over.
In June 2014, I started working on Project Yello, The idea was simple. While my time in college, i realized that there is a huge gap between 'what student learned' and 'what student is taught'. The things we were taught in college, were of no use most of the times, because students didn't worked on projects i.e. to apply that knowledge they learned atleast once, so they would get a better prespective of how, why, when, what of that knowledge.You can take a look at the code on GitHub.
For branding and identity work, we worked on an logo which would feel familiar to the students.
To promote the project yello within the campus, we published some custom made posters for students on the facebook page.
From May 2009 till 2011, I blogged about penetration testing and security for various platforms, there were number of reasons to do so. First, it was a good learning process. I learned and wrote about it. Second, It helpmed me understand the importance of design, programming and a lot of other things in this online world. It was my first foray into web and security. It has over 1.8 Million+ page hits, 500+ subscribers, 2500+ likes on Facebook, 1100+ followers on Twitter. Cheers.
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