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  1. 3rd semester over

    December 15, 2013 by Sunit Nandi

    After a long 1 month streak of end-semester exams, the wave seems to have finally calmed down. Its holiday time now, and I have devoted myself to learning Python with the book Learn Python the Hard Way. I’ve managed to reach chapter 26, and I have another 26 more :notbad: :D.

    In the meantime, our 3rd semester CSE batch had mini-project submission. Well, that was just yesterday. I had coded a very simple PHP web interface for the GNU Compiler Collection that lets anyone test the output of their C and C++ on a web browser, nothing fancy. I and Kirtiman Mishra submitted it as a mini-project. I am working on adding more features, while my friend Akshit Tripathi is working on improving the UI. The source is now on GitHub. 🙂

    Maybe, in the later half of this month we will be going to our hometown for giving our relatives a visit.

    Hopefully, by the end of this month, I will be proficient in Python and Java and develop something nicer and cooler. 🙂

  2. Nandi Family website reloaded!

    December 7, 2008 by Sunit Nandi

    Finally after a long time, I have painfully put the Nandi Family website back into place, fully formatted in PHP which ensures that information can be updated anytime-anywhere and on the fly, thanks to SiteBuilder. This means that I do not have to make the whole site again and again to change little bits of info everytime.

    Also, I have changed the look of my blog. Hope you like it!