As an inquisitive child, I always wanted to be a scientist👨🏻🔬 I grew up making RC cars🎮🚗, rockets🚀, quadrocopter, telescope🔭 robots🤖, Radio transmitter, hovercraft, magnetic coil gun and origami toys; among other things. My life changed when my father, being principal of a computer college, brought a PC home. I started learning computers🖥, and then I never stopped 🤓
Games never really appealed me, so most of my time was well spent in tinkering with gadgets and making automation scripts💻 to flaunt my cool coding skills among my friends.
Most deliberate decision of my life was going to college for graduating in Computer Engineering, albeit I ended up finding Computer 'Science' equally interesting. During 4️⃣ years of my golden period, I travelled to popular TechFestivals at reputed metrocities, seeking smarter people and learning new tech.
I always wondered if tech could change my life. So I bought a bunch of NFC stickers and fixed them all around the house and in the car. And there it was, my own thug hack for 'Home Automation'. Whenever dad put his phone in car, it would toggle the Driving Mode profile! I took it to another level when I invented a haptic glove🧤 with gestures to type letters into devices, which eventually became my startup Fqwerty🥊
I'm still a hobbyist, playing around with Raspberry Pi, Arduino, Cardboard VR, etc.