When the world decided to go into ‘WfH’ mode in March 2020, thousands of people across the globe had to start getting used to a working style that was alien to them. Companies, teams, individuals all started a ‘movement’ to not only get used to it but also, excel in…

KubeCon (also known as CloudNativeCon) Europe took place from Aug 17th till Aug 20th 2020 as an all-virtual event — and that led to a very different experience for many past attendees including me! And overall, my experience was fantastic — contrary to what I was expecting given it was…

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If you are here looking for inspiration/help to write either a golang-based gRPC server (supporting all four kinds of service method), a proto file, a nodejs-based gRPC client, a golang-based gRPC client, a dart-based Flutter app, enhancing that flutter app as a gRPC client, creating a grpc-gateway to expose a…

On 08-May 2019, Amazon Web Services hosted the AWS Summit in London and boy oh boy, it was a massive event! This is my attempt of creating a summary of the talks that I attended (with pictures and links) and my overall thoughts to share with my fellow developers.

The Kick off

The…

From 24th to 26th May 2017, Clearleft hosted a three-day conference called UX London at Greenwich, London. I, a full-stack developer who loves building and owning products, decided to attend this conference for the first time and walked out at the end of it with lots of thoughts, ideas, learnings…

Welcome to Empathy 2.0 — this article will go through the upgraded version of Empathy and how it can have a significant (yet, very invisible) impact on your professional success and growth. Let us start from Empathy 1.0. The definition, according to wikipedia, is “Empathy is the capacity to understand…

It was a nice relaxing evening on a cold winter Sunday in London. I was listening to a lecture about Human-Centered Design on Coursera by Scott Klemmer, Associate Professor, Cognitive Science & Computer Science, University of California, San Diego. …

While planning our 2015 family holiday, we had three options in mind – the gorgeous Mauritius island or the exotic country of Sri Lanka or the arid land of desserts in the Middle-east i.e. Dubai. Insanity prevailed and we decided to go to Dubai! …

Poems are beautiful — soft, subtle but read them multiple times and you get a powerful sense of learning and achieving something in a short read. Over the period of time, I have read multiple poems but neither of them have had such an lasting impact as the one below.

Kaushik Chaubal

A tech geek in the beautiful world of finance

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