Nice to see you here and thank you for showing interest to know me. To know what I have been doing these days, visit my Now page.
Yes, a philomath. A single word that describes me and my thirst for knowledge. Philomath originates from combining 2 greek words, “Philos and “math” that means, “lover of learning” or “knowledge seeker”.
I am multi-lingual and can speak a lot of languages, ranging from human comprehensible to computer languages. Also, If you talk Math and Physics, I can understand the implications.
I can speak Hindi, English and learning how to read, write and speak Espanol. I am also capable to read and write, C, C++, Python computer languages and can also talk Linux jargon with you.
What I like to do is one list that never ends and what I do to pass time is so unpredictable. I do either of the following things and more to pass my time, to cheer myself up etc. :
- Books! All the way. Science Fiction on the top
- Learning New Languages
- Photography and Painting
Learning is a life-long process and should not be stopped. So keep reading, writing and learning. Currently I am learning the following things. Get in touch if you are too, or you can help me learn these things.
- Web Development
Books I read so far
I read books of various genres. From Science Fiction to Academic. Biopics and Non-fictions. I don’t discriminate books and I have read many so far. I will write reviews or lessons I learn from these books later when I get the time. Follow me on goodreads to know what I am currently reading. gooFor now, I am just listing down the books I have read. Friendly Advice, if you ever want to gift me something, gift me a book, and I will be on cloud nine.
- Da Vinci Code
- Angels and Demons
Technical and Computer Related
- Hackers, heroes of computer revolution
- Use vim like a pro
- Rich Dad Poor Dad
- Sapiens, the brief history of human kind
- Quiet, the power of Introverts
- Astrophysics for people in a hurry by NDT
Blogs, Podcasts and Youtube
- Command Line Heroes
- http://www.catb.org/~esr/ (Much recommended blog if you want to understand how the things evolve the way they do in Linux and open source world)