The first 2 articles in this series were about Object Oriented Programming. Clean Code Series: OOP Part 1 Clean CodeContinue reading »
Why Solve A Geektrust Coding Challenge?
”Anybody can write code for a computer, it’s writing it for humans that’s hard.” Even the briefest of glances atContinue reading »
When (and when not) to quit your job
You’ve got to know when to hold ’em Know when to fold ’em Know when to walk away And knowContinue reading »
What do startups look for in candidates?
With startup culture well and truly entrenched in the public consciousness today, it seems like everyone has an opinion aboutContinue reading »
[Clean Code Series] Part 2: Writing clean code with OOP
In Part 1 of OOPs and Clean Code, we covered the Principles of Object Oriented Programming. In Part 2, weContinue reading »
OOPs and Clean Code Part 1: Principles of Object Oriented Programming
I see a lot of people thinking of programming as just another job, involving writing code to fix a problem.Continue reading »
Anyone can code. Can they?
Throughout life, we come across a great many stories, both real and fictional, with one common theme: an ordinary someoneContinue reading »
A Developer’s Story – Neenu Baby
When Neenu signed up on Geektrust, she wasn’t looking for a job; she just loved the idea of finding aContinue reading »
A Developer’s Story – Varun Vembar
Varun Vembar’s dream is to become someone who has the knowledge and experience to know what to do while solvingContinue reading »
A Developer’s Story – Mayank Gupta
The story of a curious, self-taught developer who has no limits to what he can and wants to do. WithoutContinue reading »