We like it or not, COVID19 has disrupted the way we work in a big way. People working in technology have been the biggest beneficiaries of this pandemic. The technology stocks and the markets are on the rise (and highly inflated). When we shut down our offices in March last year, little did we know … Continue reading The Future of Work
One of my friends Anand Gopalan recommended that I read David Epstein’s Range. This book was also recommended by Bill Gates on his blog. It starts with comparing Tiger Woods and Roger Federer. Tiger Woods was trained by his father to be a golfer right from his childhood (Tiger had a very early start when … Continue reading Range- David Epstein
I was fascinated reading about Thangarasu Natarajan, Blue Jersey Indian Cricketer who returned from the Border Gavaskar series win from Australia and received a rousing reception at his village Chinnappampatti in Salem, Tamil Nadu, India. I also watched his interviews, his parents speaking about their hardships and how their entire family lived in a small … Continue reading Natarajan, Chinnappampatti and the Tech Industry
Infinite Learning Learning is a continuous process.We have to be a learner for life (this is obvious). There is overflowing content available today. If you need to learn Machine Learning / AI, resources are available on the Internet and it is free. If you need to learn accounting or finance, quality content is available for … Continue reading Why are Infinite Learning, Common Sense, and Ownership important?
Having read Sapiens and 21 Lessons for the 21st Century, I decided to read “Homo Deus” as well by Yuval Noah Harari. The more you read, the better your reading ability gets. This book had over 460 pages. Usually, it would have taken me a while to complete a book of this size. However, I … Continue reading Homo Deus – Yuval Noah Harari- Human Evolution, Innovation, and the Future