Hey folks. The last few months were something special – something different. It was an emotional rollercoaster, brought me down, tore me apart. In spite of them, there was the experience of my lifetime, best moments of my life ever and this post is all about it. I was lucky enough to get an opportunity… Read More Touchdown: IND→(IL|TLV)→IND
Heya, I have been working, learning and poking around DNS protocol for around some time now and I thought that I should write something down to help me recollect every detailing and give a small introduction to all the readers about this protocol as well. This post might go deep into the aspect of the protocol… Read More DNS: The whole internet runs on it!
Hello folks, The past few weeks have been challenging and exciting as well. I have never been involved in and engaged myself in something that has intrigued be this much. Could say that might be the interest brought in by computer networks or probably you could say the active and kind nature of my mentor ander… Read More [GSoC’18]-DNS over HTTPS
Hello everyone, I can ascertain you that, you don’t need a specific blog post like this to get a grab on how to start contributing to GNU Wget or Wget2. But then, there are a few things that would help you to understand quite easily along with this blog since I would likely be describing issues… Read More Getting started with GNU Wget2.
Hey folks, Again, cheers to another fantastic summer coming up next :D. A few days before, or better to be – 2 months before, I started to contribute towards GNU project and specifically to Wget2. To be honest, I could say that the exposure towards it and learning exposure I received by just submitting a… Read More [GNU-Wget2] GSoC’18: DNS-over-HTTPS
Good evening fellas, It feels like almost a decade that I have written some good technical blog posts. I was so caught up with work and life a bit (alot!! :P). So, this post is all about creating a virtual machine using KVM, libvirt. So, here is a step by step process from installing necessary stuff… Read More Virtualisation using KVM and Libvirt
Good evening fellas, Happy New Year to all! The year 2017 has been a rollercoaster, to be honest. Well, it was rich and prosperous year regarding in technical terms. It was a beautiful year of great learning, splendid travel and got to network with some fantastic folks all around the globe. The best reason for making… Read More A roadtrip through 2017 with KDE