I used to have this habit of writing quick reference notes during my college days and I am trying to do it for code these days. But my laziness stops me from doing that & I post these on my blog itself. For a change, thanks to my laziness. This time I am trying out something trendy and colorful instead of my regular cheat sheets:) Carbon!
R, Python, Tableau, Qlikview — what to chose and why & when.
I am a very lazy developer. Because I code mainly for my own apps, I’m very lazy to go back and refactor my codes.
Does something like this happen to you?
In this covid season, thought of sharing some tips and sample codes on Data Wrangling. After getting a glance of Google Colab, my go to language for data wrangling has been Python. This blog hence uses Colab and Pandas on Python for data wrangling.
In the new app that I am developing, I am using Room to store data. Room is an abstraction over SQLite. As a relatively new developer on Android, one of the difficulties that I faced with Room was to view the saved data. The data is saved on our phone and how do we view this DB? The post is a documentation on how we can view a DB created using Room.
Does technology distract you? As far as I am concerned, the answer is yes. Since the time I completed two nano degrees (one on Android Basics and another on Data Analysis) from Udacity, I keep switching between Data and Android. I recently got another scholarship,but considering the advices of my well-wishers, I have finally decided to let go of the scholarship and focus on Android alone. Also, listening to my inner voice to stay focused. ;)
Hello World, I have been blogging since Sept, 2009. I started blogging by jotting down my personal world views in my mother tongue, Malayalam. The first platform I used was blogger. Even now, blogger is one of my favourite platforms for casual blogging and I still have my lastest blog posts in Malayalam going into blogger. I gradually started writing on medium with my semi-technical blogs, which focussed on a bit of tech and more of techno-managerial stuffs. Those blogs were used as a medium of self expression and the only targetted audience were probably my friends and my close circle in tech and never made an attempt to promote them to the next level.