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Ram Patra Published on November 28, 2018
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Hey there! This is the first post of my tiny little blog––my space in the perpetually growing internet––where I can ramble on about whatever I feel like. Well, there’s Twitter and Medium but I cannot ramble on there because of its 140 character limit or other terms and conditions :)

Now, if you don’t want to Netflix but wonder what this blog will be about then read on.

I currently work as a Senior Software Engineer at Mastercard R&D Labs in Blockchain and the main tech stack I’ve worked on so far in my career is mostly Java, Spring, Jekyll, MySQL, Cassandra, Docker, AWS, etc. so my posts are expected to be around these topics. Having said that, I do like to solve questions on Leetcode from time to time so I would also be posting my solutions and explanations here. I may also write my interview experiences at different companies too. And, apart from tech, I would write reviews about the places I visit or services I use. Last but not least, I may write posts about the apps or projects I’ve made, describing how to use them, their features, etc.

I hope my content helps you in whatever cool thing you’re working on. Keep going and I wish you luck.

If you like this site, you can start reading about how I made my blog. Also, if you wish, you can subscribe to my feed to stay abreast of my latest projects.


Ram Patra Published on November 28, 2018
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