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About

I am a web developer, open source enthusiast and hobbyist photographer. I studied electrical engineering at graduate level and then branched into software development.

I'm passionate about clean code, usability, UX and programming in general. My favorite programming languages are C# and Python. I have been working on web development using .NET, C# and MVC for the most part. I used to dabble in Python. I still do. But I used to, too. These days I am making mostly bad experiments with Django.

I enjoy capturing still life, urban landscapes, and available nature around me. I use a Nikon D40 mostly with a 35mm prime. You can see my old captures on flickr.

I spend quite an amount of time reading books. At the moment, the book that captivated me the most is 'The Wind-up Bird Chronicle' by Haruki Murakami. I have also enjoyed the writings of Gabriel García Márquez, George Orwell, and Cormac McCarthy.

I love finding electronic music, sometimes really obscure ones, and cooking, once in a blue moon.

Here's what I am doing currently.

Blog

This blog is a learning log of interesting technology things. I needed a way to keep track of my experiences with software development and the overall journey. If some content of mine helps another soul out there, I would be nothing less than happy about it.

I welcome your thoughts, comments and feedback. Feel free to contact me via email. You can also reach me on twitter.

This blog is built with Lektor and hosted on gitlab pages.

The word aniematic™ is a portmanteau of animesh and automatic. It does not have much meaning as of now.

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