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My Brick

I started working at Google two weeks ago, amidst a charged atmosphere following the dissemination of the internal manifesto. In light of the divide that has developed, I reflected on my professional goals that I had laid out during my … Continue reading

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HackMIT 2015

A couple of weekends ago, I travelled to Cambridge, Massachusetts for my first hackathon ever. I went to MIT with three other team members to participate in HackMIT 2015. I was very excited to have had the chance to be … Continue reading

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Oh, Milan.

Oh, Milan. Today it’s your birthday. Do you remember? We’d come over to your house, maybe jump into your pool (provided that Rahul didn’t throw up chicken in the hot tub), have water gun fights, and play Halo together while … Continue reading

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mkdir cs225

As every computer science major knows, data structures is a very integral class in their curriculum. As a result, data structures can be considered the first major test if one wants to label themselves as a proficient programmer or computer … Continue reading

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Passion in Grand Rapids

Prior to my first semester of school, many of my close friends and family said that university would be some of the best years of my life, full of substance, variance, and enjoyment. Two weeks into school, I wasn’t so … Continue reading

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Computer Science

First off, it’s been a while. I’ll try to write more often from now on. It’s been two months since I set foot into my first college classes. I was, and still am, very excited to learn more about the … Continue reading

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TSA Conference Reflection, and How to Teach Engineering

Engineering excites me. After hours and days being forced to evaluate theoretical expressions that only held up in precise utopian states, it felt nice to finally be faced with problems that had practical applications and real results. When I earned … Continue reading

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2014 Track, and a Fresh Start

I got up fairly early this morning, around 6:30. There were birds chirping outside, the sun was rising, and I didn’t feel tired when I got out of bed. I felt like I was 8 again – all I needed … Continue reading

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Everything Has a Purpose…

So I recently came across a very ridiculous proof on Quora that I thought was very cool. This proof uses the infamous Fermat’s Last Theorem to create a very slick proof of a typical problem. I would have never fathomed … Continue reading

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2013 AIME I #12

So I’m trying something new this time around. I’ve decided to start a series of problem solving videos where I’m going to present solutions to some of the problems that I solve in my own way. I’m eager to continue … Continue reading

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