Who am I?
Hey, I am Aishwariya Ramachandran:)
I am 22 who moved to Warsaw city. I currently live in Sweden, Lund. I consider my self as a hardworking and ambitious person, with tons of positive attitude and constantly ready to take up challenges and make a mark in the IT industry. Programming is a major part of my life, and so I spend most of the day reading and searching and writing code. I am working as a Software Developer. Sometimes things seem bigger than they are from the outside, but Aishwariya Ramachandran B.SC APPLIED INFORMATICS is really still a teeny tiny back-end developer. Keep reading for a little bit about the people behind the code. I’m a developer, which means that I code – I don’t do any design in-house.
I am a writer with a fervent interest in world politics, history, philosophy, psychology, cosmology and the sciences, with a particular focus on consciousness studies and the role of it in culture and the study of mind. I am currently in the long and drawn out process of putting together a book on the above topics, a synthesis of knowledge towards a theory of living that can meet the challenges of the new century.
Why am I here?
Well, It all started from tumblr.!
Almost a year ago (Almost 3 years back) after an encounter with my cousin’s blog inspired me to start a Tumblr and now here!! I started Tumblr blog in 2013 as a way to collect my life’s moments, interests to share stories and snapshots of my life with my friends and family who don’t live close by, philosophical guide and for all those seeking truth. I had no idea that the act of over-sharing would lead to multiple friendships, a constant source of inspiration, and a community of truly amazing people. I also write blogs in Weebly (aishwariyaramachandran.weebly.com), Reddit (managed by 3 people), Quora, Tumblr (vintage airliners) and (itsishu)
What can you find here?
I love airports, air crash investigation, travel .. I write about everything but nothing in particular. It’s an opportunity to share the things I write and the things I read.
- I really like flight simulators, investigation on crashes and at that time when I started the blog I wasn’t good in flight simulation. And now I got some better. I read pages of aircraft manuals, view airport charts etc. Believe me, it helps. By the way yes, I do know it should go like this; Air crash investigation (!) blog 😉
- My profession. Computers are fascinating machines to me, but they’re mostly a reflection of the people using them. In the art of software development, studying code isn’t enough; you have to study the people behind the software,too.I started this blog – Public void develop() mostly for selfish reasons. I needed a way to keep track of software development over time – whatever I am thinking about or working on. I research things I find interesting, then document my research with a public blog post, which I can easily find and refer to later. Hopefully other people will find these posts helpful, relevant, or interesting. I firmly believe that blogs are a two-way conversation, so I welcome email and comments – as long as they’re on topic, more or less.
- An Indian moves to Europe. Watch what happens! 😀 – of course, my travel blog.
Just a Young lady wishing to help other’s grow and raise awareness! Consciousness| psychics| progressive music| art and philosophy| Politics| Meditation| poverty| economics| Spirituality| Life in general
I am highly sensitive and very much in tune with the universe. I believe that humanity—indeed all life, everything in the universe—is spiritually interconnected, participating in the same energy. For me death is not the end. I believe that the mind has hidden powers and abilities, which have a spiritual significance.
The food I eat has an effect on my mind as well as my body so I generally prefer to eat fresh organic or vegetarian food.
A collection of experiments in watchfulness and prose, attempts to evoke the quality of natural mind. The works within are nets cast to catch the passing train of spontaneous elucidation practiced from aancient Turkey to Harlem 40’s, and pretend to be no more than the writing of an excitable young lady with an attachment to dead poets.
Thanks for stopping by— take a look around!