This blog post is a HOWTO guide for using github while collaborating during hackathons. It does not cover git in detail.
This blog post contains a collection of small tips for engineers migrating from GNU/Linux to Mac OS X for software development. Note: In another post, I wrote about why there is a dearth of a good GNU/Linux laptop.
I grumbled that I have to go through security check on a connecting airport. It turned out that my domestic flight had landed in the international section. There was no secure passage connecting it to the next terminal. I crossed the security checkpoint at […]
Since I wrote the initial set of posts, quite a few people have asked me about good credit cards. So, I decided to write one about the same.
Some experience with adb and fastboot preferred (they are part of android SDK)
(Since my previous posts, quite a few people asked me a basic plan which can be followed, here it is) The items are ordered from first thing to be done to the last thing which can be done (assuming money […]
(Based on what I have seen financial savvy people doing and makes sense to me. Disclaimer: These are my opinions.) Should a person contribute to pre-tax 401K? Only if the company has a matching policy, else wise, its money trapped till […]
Books One up on Wall Street by Peter Lynch – a good book on stock picking A random walk down the wall street by Burton Malkiel – a good book on why not to pick stocks The only investment guide you will […]
Terminology – of the terms used in other sections Type of accounts – a summary of retirement and non-retirement accounts Building towards basic plan A basic plan Credit Cards References Disclaimer: These blog post(s) are based on my perception which might […]
Money has to be held in some form or the other. It could be cash, physical gold, land, or more conveniently accounts. The blog post is only about the last one. Normal accounts (or non-retirement accounts) – held at banks […]