- Single Responsibility Principle
- Open/Closed Principle
- Liskov Substitution Principle
- Interface Segregation Principle
- Dependency Inversion Principle
Every individual lives in their own world and so do I, there as as many worlds as there are living beings on this earth (and beyond?). We humans interact with each other and with the worldly objects at different levels. Those levels or what I call as ‘circles’ is the only scope that we understand of each other or about the objects, however our expectations and desires assume we perceive everything the same way which is often the cause for all sorts of problems and misunderstanding. Once we realize that my world and your world are different, life becomes a lot easier and we start communicating in a more effective way.
>>> import this
The Zen of Python, by Tim Peters
- Beautiful is better than ugly.
- Explicit is better than implicit.
- Simple is better than complex.
- Complex is better than complicated.
- Flat is better than nested.
- Sparse is better than dense.
- Readability counts.
- Special cases aren’t special enough to break the rules.
- Although practicality beats purity.
- Errors should never pass silently.
- Unless explicitly silenced.
- In the face of ambiguity, refuse the temptation to guess.
- There should be one– and preferably only one –obvious way to do it.
- Although that way may not be obvious at first unless you’re Dutch.
- Now is better than never.
- Although never is often better than right now.
- If the implementation is hard to explain, it’s a bad idea.
- If the implementation is easy to explain, it may be a good idea.
- Namespaces are one honking great idea — let’s do more of those!
In spite of the terrible flood that displaced thousands of people and many others loosing their lives, the beautiful state of Kerala is indeed blessed with wonderful people having very high spirits, and I’m sure the state is soon to be reborn with new energy, new hope and a brighter future. All the best Kerala and a very happy onam to one and all!
Pancha-sheel – The five good habits.
- Nitya Shloka
- Do (Karma)
- Celebrate Life
So this is from the archives, when I was little I drew this for a Remote Sensing Project of Birla Institute of Scientific Research, Jaipur.
Hope you like it.
The first and the last words are kinda cropped off, first one is “khara” meaning “salty”, last is “parivar” meaning “family” and the missing word in between is “uge”, that means “grow” in English.
Intelligence and bliss, mind and soul, all in harmony makes up a beautiful world for all experiential beings.
Experience causes a perception or vice-versa, life happens for a reason or for no reason!
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Its been a while, was caught up again with life’s little surprises, got to make bouncing back a habit. Duh!
Well… talking about my latest crush ‘Expression Blend‘, I am so awed with the possibilities it presents. Just completed my first Silverlight prototype today. Boss is happy so am I. Back in my technicolor life digging on design I found this article Why Design matters? happy reading!