Taking sessions is fun. When Amjad first invited me unofficially on January 2 via facebook to speak for Karma – the cultural cum technical fest of KMCT College of Engineering, I was really excited because talking on a stage of a technical fest is really an experience. It’s not like I haven’t got on stage before, but this was going to be my first professional stage talking to a professional audience (or so I thought 😛 ). Continue reading “Karma ’14 – Day 1”
The first one happened around 3-4 months back (Sunday, September 8, 2013). That was the day when Mozilla Kerala took birth and has since been growing into a large community in Kerala itself. Mozilla Kerala has since been very active in conducting various events independently as well as in association with other organizations. Continue reading “Mozilla Kerala Community Meetup v2”
My first Mozilla event for the year 2014 started with the Firefox OS AppDay workshop organized by the Computer Society of India student branch at TocH Institute of Science & Technology (TIST), Arakkunnam, Ernakulam as part of the FOSS Day celebrations.
Hi, It’s a perfect time to start something/anything new. It’s the start of another brand new year of the Georgian Calendar. First of all, Happy New Year Folks. 🙂
Well, I believe everyone starts blogging with an introduction of themselves. I feel it’s simply because they have nothing to express. Atleast that is my case. I’ve been having this idea of maintaining a blog for a long time, but I never had any specific topic to talk about. But then I realized I was kinda good at content writing and reviewing. I finally decided that I MUST start speaking out for my own. And I believe I need to start atleast now. Better late, than never right? 😉 So, as everybody, I too, am going to start “blogging” by introducing myself.
My name is shine. I hail from the state of India which is more commonly and widely known as “God’s Own Country“. Officially known as ‘Kerala‘, the Malayalam (മലയാളം) speaking state is a hub of budding talent in every field under the sun. It is one state in India that claims 100% literacy (that is because many other states in India are still struggling to educate themselves).