Welcome to my website. My name is Darpan, I am a 24 yr old Software Engineer currently pursuing Masters in Computer Science at North Carolina State University. I live in Raleigh, USA.
This website is a online space for me to share my interests in travelling, photography, programming and life. I started this website back in 2014 to share my travel stories. Later on, it turned into a platform to voice my thoughts, experiences and knowledge.
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Lastly, feel free to reach out to me via Contact page. Thanks for visiting and have a great day!
Software Engineer Intern at Barclays
New York Area, USA
Masters of Computer Science at NCSU
Raleigh, North Carolina, USA
Software Engineer Intern
Bachelors in Computer Science at DDU
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Recent Blog Posts
Monday morning at your desk and the daydreams turn to exotic beaches and quitting your job to travel the world. But while all of us have felt like that at one time or another, you may not need to go that far to make your dreams a reality. More and more of us are finding […]
A few months back, I added shiny new Samsung Galaxy S9+ to my gadget list. [Yaay! :D] While Samsung flagships are known for their build quality, looks, camera, display et cetera, Samsung is notorious for adding unnecessary bloatware on their phones. One of such bloatwares that comes pre-installed is their virtual assistant Bixby and its related services. Hell, they even added a physical button for the same.
The Dangs is an area in Gujarat. It is a few minutes drive from my hometown, Vansda. The place has special place for me because it is what made me start this blog. My very first blog post on this website was about, Don Hill Station, a serene hill station located in remote corners of […]
Le me, swiping Instagram stories in morning. Le see a photo of airline boarding pass on a friend’s story. As you’re reading this, you might have shared boarding pass photo on social media at some point. So what’s the drama about? Exploit from the Insta Story In order to see what I could exploit from […]