Monday, January 25, 2010
Friday, January 22, 2010
Wrote the following to inform my colleagues...
The advent of change clouded my thought a little and I ended up writing down these lines to express them.
Positions are temporary, Knowledge is timeless.
In my pursuit of learning, it was time to look ahead.
My journey at SAP continues,
leaving the shores of Technologie.
Challenges of On-demand beckon me,
architecting services on cloud to be.
Joy of working with all of you remains,
Shared experiences and the contact stays.
In corridors of SAP, we will meet again,
work together or sit down at Café.
Best of luck for all your endeavors,
See you again in engaging careers.
Thursday, January 14, 2010
Wednesday, January 13, 2010
Saturday, September 27, 2008
but today i feel strongly as well about feeling good about what you have, being grateful and appreciating life is really not that bad after all. sometimes, you have to lose something to realize you actually had it in the first place.
So that squares of the logic in this whole argument. One side one does not appreciate what one has until it is not there anymore, while on the other side you end up finding something you lost which you never appreciated when you had it.
sounds convulated and confusing...but does that mean you can never really have it all anytime. no just that feel things in your heart and then let them pass through. Holding on to emotions, can cloud everything.
stories about people's life can make one reflect on one's own. thats the reason i want to write a book, make people think and reflect and may be in the process become happy about life!
its not about who you are and....ok this is going a little too far. am i watching too many hollywood mushy movies....do i sound like one §!$ :-)
did u know blogger had a way for me to write in hindi! SO COOL!!!!!
it works like this: i type "aap" and blogger will make it "आप" WAY TOO COOL!
मैं नही जनता पर मैं अपने परिवार से बहुत बहुत प्यार करता हूँ। मैं उन्हें बहुत याद करता हूँ।
Technology never ceases to amaze me.
Friday, September 05, 2008
for me, it started with iMac and now i even bought the iPhone, with it i became a lifelong member of apple. A friend of mine does not like products from Apple exactly because of this aspect and how people become passionate users. Using iPhone i forget that its a phone. For me it really is a mini computing device which i carry and on which i can also make phone calls. To me thats the power of design to turn inane everyday people going about their day-to-day life into passionate end-users or consumers as some will say.
On a different note, work is getting along, motivation needs to be generated rather then felt. will see if i can develop iPhone applications, need to sort out company policy and conflict of interest thingy before jumping.
i have to really think about starting a new blog on my tech experiences. this one is not really read by anyone, just my personal diary or random thoughts, feelings and emotions. The other day i was checking out the company developer network and saw the whole community based interaction. I need to get involved in this process, cannot just sit on the fence for long. time to jump in, otherwise i will never write.
I feel sad for Rene Bhawanker, he is smart, modern and a progressive indian. If i dont put down his story, i never will. Rene needs to get alive, otherwise I will just let him die, need to make notes i am forgetting things about him now.
what one wants is not known,
what one gets is so much so,
take it forward and take it far,
make it wonder and yet not roar.
what that it is never to be found,
truth is that life has to go on.
nudge and push is what i need,
serious, yet funny i have to be,
breathe, listen and feel,
jump into the water and let it be.
Sunday, May 25, 2008
well i must say, it was a smooth setup (read as connect power cable and press the ON button) and it just worked!!! After having read about Apple and Mac for so long, finally i get to experience it.
I have been born to software in Windows, thats how i learnt it. Of course in my B.Tech it was all UNIX but finally when i started working at SAP its always been Windows. So after 9 years of officially working on windows, i decided to buy a home computer. Of course it had to be Apple and IT HAD TO BE iMAC.
So after waiting for 3 weeks for delivery, it arrived on 23rd May Friday morning. Infact i took my day off, just to get warmed up around it.
I also got printer from canon and backup hard-drive/wireless router Time Capsule. Setting all of them except the printer was smooth and great!
gotta go now...will share my first experiences later.
But something really stuck me as odd.