I’ve been using the new Macbook Pro with Touch Bar for a month now and despite the criticism Apple has faced, I find the Touch Bar pretty useful. But it’s far from perfect. Over the past month, I’ve compiled a list of things Apple should take into account in its next version of the Touch… Continue reading What Apple should do for Touch Bar v2.0
Google’s material design is a visual language that synthesizes classic principles of good design and unifies experience across platforms and device sizes. I recently gave a talk on an overview of material design. Here is the slide deck.
You are a mobile developer with an app on the store, serving thousands of people in different languages. But localizing the app — back and forth with your in-house translators every time you release a build — is a pain. Here is how to fix that, with a relatively undocumented yet open source software called GlotPress.
Wondered where to start reading about Bitcoins? This reading list just assumes you’ve heard about the concept, want to learn about it in-depth, and are willing to invest the required amount of time at a fair pace.
Time flies in University. It’s the end of my first semester at Waterloo and I can’t believe it’s already done!
Highlights Met Alexis Ohanian (again) and Stephen Wolfram! Hack: Yo to your coffee machine to start brewing your coffee, and receive a Yo back when it’s done. Hosted by Pi Lambda Phi for a night. “What exactly are you going to hack into?” — Immigration officer
Highlights Beautiful university. Met Betsy, a humble person and a student at Yale who showed us around and was really helpful! Hard to find people like her. Met Edric Tam, a student at John Hopkins. Dare to beat his intelligence. Slept in a Yale residence lounge. Read up on Bitcoins and cryptocurrencies. Unfortunately couldn’t come… Continue reading YHack 2014 (Yale)
I think it was a Sunday, year 2005 – when I was in the third grade. My dad woke up my brother and me to share the news that a driver from India, for the first time, would be participating in a Formula 1 race and that the race was just about to start. Never… Continue reading To The Third And Beyond