Yesterday was KDE's 20th birthday and to mark the occassion, parties are being held in cities across the globe this weekend. I've been involved with the KDE community for a little less than half a decade now and I'm really glad I made the choice to try contributing to some of the projects in KDE. … Continue reading KDE’s 20th anniversary
https://www.instagram.com/p/BEMKGwigt10/ I came across this post from Chris Burkard, and it just brings back so many amazing memories. Getting my passport and subsequently, my visa, in time for the Randa meetings last September, in Switzerland was quite an ordeal for me and when I look back on those hectic few months followed by what I … Continue reading The passport ordeal
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During the WikiToLearn/KDE sprint hosted at CERN, last week, we were given the opportunity to take a look at the Compact Muon Solenoid(CMS), which is one of the four detectors, part of the Large Hadron Collider(LHC) - if my understanding is correct. I'm sure most of you already know what the Large Hadron Collider is, … Continue reading Peek inside the CMS at the LHC
On the final day of the WikiToLearn/KDE sprint, held at CERN, when most of the participants were already heading home, I started feeling a bit gloomy and sad that an insanely awesome week was coming to an end. I wasn't flying for the next 24 hours and I was now deprived of any company as … Continue reading Quick visit to the Geneva Motor Show