Blog posts in this category are aimed at sharing tech hack that are useful in daily technology operations and help quickly solve or propose a solution for a technology problem using code or no-code paradigms.
What comes to your mind when I say JUNK!
The blog focusses on how we are applying Exploratory Data Analysis(EDA) to establish insights with various initiatives at RecipeDabba . We use python libraries like pandas-profiling , DTale to generate some of these analysis. One will find the read interesting and how things have gotten shifted during COVID times ! Continue reading
Where Is My Last Name in CRM?
I have been recently talking about my tech hacks to solve day-2-day problems in technology using different programming approaches. This blog post is about cleaning up the name field within a customer resource. I was given this challenge in context to dutch language and asked if there are remedies beyond usual grep or split commands… Continue reading
Light-Code Data Integration With Zapier
Recently I started sharing my learning around various experiments in area of no-code & light-code. Previously I had written a blog post on no-code Airtable Integration for data collection & processing. This post is about an experiment that I did few weeks back for a Proof-Of-Concept to create tickets and search for users in Zendesk… Continue reading
No-Code Airtable Integration
A quick blog on how no-code approach can be taken using @airtable to quickly address multiple use cases related to data storage , aggregation & presentation Continue reading
Deferred Objects & Arrays
Just documented some stuff around deferred objects and array… Was coding just for fun and encountered the issue of not getting back the objects provided to the deferred’s resolve() method as jQuery calls the done() and fail()callbacks with individual parameters, not an array. That means we have to use the arguments pseudo-array to get all the resolved/rejected objects… Continue reading
Over 20 years of experience developing software to support multi-million dollar revenue scale and leading global engineering teams. Hands-on leadership in building and mentoring software engineering teams. I love History as a subject and also run regularly long distances to keep myself functional.