Hi. Welcome to mascii.

This personal blog is a collection of my scribbles, where I publish my life experiences and write down my thoughts about technology and other ramblings. I share hacks and tidbits that I struggled to find, hoping to allow you to solve that pesky bug faster than I did.

CR: xkcd

Now, about the human on the other side. I'm a CSE final year student who reads code, books, and people.

I started programming after discovering Google Code-in 3 years ago. I'm now part of Cyberstorm, a group of Mauritian developers who hack over food to make open source better. My favourite open source project is Flutter.

Books play an even bigger role in my life. I started (like every other kid) with fiction- think HP, LoR, Eragon- and eventually transitioned into non-fiction. I read what is relevant to me at the moment; Recently, I picked up: The Gene, The Brain: A Story of You, Atomic Habits, and Can't Hurt Me.

Finally, I like hanging around all kinds of awesome people with different backgrounds,  perspectives, experiences, and appearances. They have immensely influenced who I am and what I know today. One way I find them is by organising MoHack, the biggest student hackathon in 🇲🇺. This is also why you'll often find me at tech conferences/hackathons/events.

Other than that, I'm interested in cognitive science, brain-computer interfaces, and design. Here are a couple posts to know me better:

So yeah, thank you for passing by! If you'd like to drop a message, you can find my socials here. See you around.