Django Party #Investopad_HKV

In the bright sunny days of February, I walked across the Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi (IIT-D), towards Investopad, Hauz Khas to attend a meetup that I was looking forward to for a very long time, ever since I saw it on the meetup page. I was both nervous and full of excitement with the prospect of attending my first Django party organized by Pydelhi and Pyladies Delhi together. With an aim to grasp what Django is and how to truly harness its power in the field of web development.



Confluence’18 : The good & The great

I volunteered for yet another tech conference and this time my mark has struck much closer to home. In my own university. So, here’s my take on Amity University’s 8th International Conference “Confluence 2018” held on 11th-12 Jan on Data Science, Cloud Computing, and Engineering.

“Too many big words in a sentence makes the sentence cooler by a factor of 10”
– Heisenberg (2018 AD.)


The girl she hid

These words written by a friend touched a chord deep within me. With a guy that I hid …

The eclectic girl

She’s finally coming out. She can’t take it anymore. Life had given her opportunities where she had to know her strengths and the only the strengths as there was no space for weakness. The part where she had to be strong had come for her. This was the part where life had just begun just for the eyes of the world whereas for her, life began a long time ago. She believed a part of her had meant to be hidden, as secrecy had become the new cool. While others kept their friend’s secret to maintain that precious bond, she kept hers. That’s what she challenged herself, Keep a secret. A secret that makes life a lot more entertaining. Filled with suspicion. She choose her misery to be the cause of her amusement. She turned the expectations of her foes into pure blissful attempts for mere tears of sadness and…

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Benefits of Speaking Publically

A post regarding the benefits of public speaking that I derived, observed and maybe stating a little-exaggerated version of it that I realized from my talk at the meetup of India Linux Users Group – Delhi (ILUG-D) – My First talk as a Speaker

My First Official Project: #completed

Projects are fun, they provide a steep learning curve, you learn how to work in a team and how to contribute, solve problems. That’s what I used to think. Until I landed my first big project and here’s my account of how our project really happens.


My First talk as a Speaker

Heart pounding against my chest, my throat dry as a barren road and hands shaking in nervousness and anxiety. As someone said a name that sounded similar. All eyes turned on me, prying. As they announced “the next speaker we are going to have is Vipul Gupta .. (more…)

!0 most brain me1ting m0vies.

As promised from my previous post Lights, Camera, My Love for watching movies.



A google search helped me become better at FOSS.