Time flies by. I'll finish five years in Texas Instruments next week. It's been an incredible journey to work across the world at different offices of TI, but certainly not an easy one. A lots of ups and downs in life so far helped me to test several approaches and see what worked and what didn't work in various spheres of life. I'd like to take this platform to share those insights with you. First, let me share a little bit about myself.

What do I do for living?
At Texas Instruments, I advise clients on hardware design and manufacturing industry representing diverse sectors such as telecom, lighting, UPS Inverters, medical, defense and energy segments on their system design and implementation process.  Simply put, I try to help our customers such as major Automotive and Industrial companies build next great hardware products with Texas Instruments' technology.

What do I do for improving myself?
I like to focus on below areas:
I continue to improve my knowledge across each of these areas with a vision to improve myself. I will be summarizing about my learning and fun experiments in each of these areas. I'm sure you can learn a lot from them and save many years of your precious life.

Few years back, I worked with One Laptop per Child and led few initiatives to promote electronics growth. I'm retaining old stuff on the website. You may browse through the projects tab for stuff I did in NSIT - my undergrad school (the only engineering school of University of Delhi).

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