I am an Electrical Engineer (MS) by education and a programmer by profession. Since 2005, I have been a part of the software industry. As a self-educated software engineer, I deeply respect and greatly thank open source technologies and online education.
Software solutions for the following domains are highlights of my career as a programmer.
- Digital Cinema Distribution
- Distributed Database
- Embedded Systems
- Map Making
- Email Servers
- Data acquisition system for a problem in the Astrophysics domain (master’s thesis).
Exploring the connection between the “How” and “Why” of any technical problem is my source of peace. Eventually, over the years, I realized that research is a lifestyle and engineering is an attitude.
After working in startups, MNCs, and academic research projects, I want to consolidate knowledge and make it available to aspirants. A series of jobs is not a career.
Software engineering as a source of income differs from learning coding as an education. Programming, for some, is a way of expression.
Software engineering is education in human interactions.
Generally, most realize the human aspect of execution very late in their careers.
Computer science is an interdisciplinary field that leads to chaotic expectation settings. The solution is not evident. As the companies scale, the communications break down, and so do the products.
Education needs marketing
I plan to use marketing channels to spread awareness. Indeed, education as a business is complex. Selling is easy; adding value is the hard part.
The obvious question is, why choose education over management to achieve the same? The answer is straightforward, Scale.
Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day; teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime
Education in computer science is a tool kit. Building products demand insights and risk assessment. Engineers train to approximate reality with precision. Hence, being a sound engineer requires understanding the purpose of knowledge, not just using it blindly.
Your ideas and suggestions are always welcome. Finally, please reach out if you want to collaborate on any experimental course!