Notable quotes from Mind master - Viswanathan Anand

Hello all, I am back with a few notable quotes from Mind Master by Viswanathan Anand. I am not a chess expert and know some of the basic moves. I recently picked up chess, after seeing Pranav Shridhar and Joel playing chess after In out Hackathon, Bangalore - 2019. The... [Read More]
Tags: books

TwTw-1(July 3 - July 8)

I started to become interest in TWTW after reading more than a year of blogpost from my friend Joel the week that was posts, which he picked up originally inspired from Sijo Kurivilla. [Read More]

CS229 - Lesson Notes

This is just a post for myself to write notes while watching videos, so it may contain lot of typos and some mistakes. [Read More]

Sample blog post

Each post also has a subtitle

This is a demo post to show you how to write blog posts with markdown. I strongly encourage you to take 5 minutes to learn how to write in markdown - it’ll teach you how to transform regular text into bold/italics/headings/tables/etc. [Read More]
Tags: test

My 2020 resolutions

My new year resolution is to work more harder and be more organised. In this post I will be sharing some of my goals for new year. [Read More]

Attending an Aws meetup

I recently attended AWS re: Invent reCap organised by AWS User Group Kochi. One of the exciting announcements during the program was about AWS Inferentia chips which is being developed by Annapurna Labs(which unlike it’s name is an Israel based company). [Read More]

First thoughts on Swift

According to Chris Lattner, swift is promised as an infinetely hackable language. I recently binge watched two lessons of FastAI part2 which covered about new language for Deep Learning. Lesson13 Lesson14 Jeremy Horwards and Sylvian rewrote the entire lessons taught in Part2(Foundations of Deep Learning) in Swift. This notebook can... [Read More]