The first step in time management is to assess yourself. Meaning, track how and where you spend your time. I was reading one of Harvard Business Review’s publication called Managing Time, which walks us through the tips for good time management. It talks about how being self-aware of our habits and where we spend our time will help us achieve better management and utilisation of time. This article shows how you can very easily use a spreasheet (like Google Sheets or MS Excel) to track your time however you want (instead of relying on an app which might not provide what you really want to achieve).
Sometimes it is quite convenient and quick to edit media files (for eg. resize images) via command line. Below are such helpful tools for Mac OS X.
It’s the March of 2020 now. I am super late this time to write about my last year in review blog post. The thing is, 2020 has been a super confusing ride from the beginning. And it’s just March. Anyways, more about 2020 next year. I’ll just take out some time now to write about 2019 while I am in Delhi for the Holi holidays.
Well, 2018 is over and it feels like it went by so fast. As compared to 2017 or ‘16, there might not be anything that was majorly interesting, but nonetheless, it was a good year.
Oh, hey! Don’t mind, this is just a test blog. I don’t really have anything on my mind on what to put down on this one. I overslept the last night, had some relaxing nap some time later, and here I am super awake at midnight.
I love listening to music on Spotify. There were times I used to wish that I could instantly view lyrics of the song being played on Spotify, without going through the trouble of browsing the net. Well, not anymore.
It was the summer of 2015. I was down with an illness and had to stay confined in a room. Being too disinclined to prepare for interviews, I started out with a new django project, with the purpose of learning some new stuff in django.
It started out to be a simple Q&A app, like Quora. After a while, I had an idea of building a forum type app, exclusively for IIT-JEE preparations. And that’s how it went.
Recently, I have been doing a lot of changes in my blog’s layout and pages, to incorporate better readability, good looking pages and make it less cramped.
LRU, or Least Recetly Used, is one of the Page Replacement Algorithms, in which the system manages a given amount of memory - by making decisions what pages to keep in memory, and which ones to remove when the memory is full.
Huffman Coding is one of the lossless data compression techniques. It assigns variable-length codes to the input characters, based on the frequencies of their occurence. The most frequent character is given the smallest length code.