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What were some of the incidents where you displayed your intelligence as a kid?When I was in 1st grade, aged seven, my science textbook said "The sun is a huge ball of burning gas". I was almost in tears because I knew there was no oxygen to burn anything in space and the textbook was so wrong.I showed up my geometry teacher in 3rd grade - it was a true or false quiz in the textbook and it asked "The sum of adjacent angles of a parallelogram is 180 - True or False?" Teacher said false, I said true - it seemed so obvious to me. She asked me to explain how, but I was too nervous and couldn't. Next day she called me up to the board, told the whole class how I was right, and reprimanded others for blindly agreeing with her wrong answer.I was in 2nd grade when I overheard some 7th graders discussing a quiz question : "I wrote 'Pencils are made of lead and wood' for the third question" said one lanky kid and got approval from his friends that it was right. I was snickering to myself and thought in my head "Not lead you dolts, it's graphite!"I met a math professor in my fathers office when I was 7 - "How many times do you write 9 when you write 1 to 100, he quizzed". I rapidly calculated it as 20.I used to wade through my dad's old electronics textbooks from his bachelors studies, when I was about 9 years old. I never properly understood the AC stuff involving complex numbers, but I pretty much mastered all the digital stuff, Boolean algebra, Karnaugh maps and so on. I would make up random matrices of 1s and 0s and calculate the logic circuit to generate them using Karnaugh maps. I was playing with some kids from our building, when I was 6 and we decided to make a pond. We dug a nice hole and I insisted we should light a huge fire in it so that the mud would get baked and become waterproof. Sadly it just made a lot of horrible smoke and we impatiently put water into the "half baked" hole and made a terrible muddy, sooty, smoky mess.I pretty much memorized and understood the trigonometric identities when I was in 3rd grade, because I was quizzing my brother from his 8th grade textbook for a test, and I cleared all my doubts about it by asking him.I and my brother would together build torches, electromagnets, buzzers, galvanometers and endless variations of circuits with the IC 555 when I was 8 and he was 13. We even did copper plating and PCB etching.
As a computer programmer, software engineer, software developer, etc., what makes you roll your eyes every time you hear it?My top 10 things I've encountered or heard.Would I have known that I would encounter them, I would have chosen another job from the very beginning.Considering development skills.If you didn't use a tool yet, that is quite similar though, to the one requested:10.) job interviews:What experience do you have?I got experience with Notepad.Hmmm. But we need someone that can operate with WordPad. Ok. I asked my CE-Oh-Oh. We found someone with a better profile. Sorry, Sir. He already knows how to handle Notepad++.P. S. Don't get me wrong. I love developing. But not in a social environment where social skills still reside in Stonehenge. Erm... Stone age.9.) working with your team manager:You've just finished your project, that he wanted you to do.You figured it out all by yourself.Without any documentation.(You know that, don’t you?)But your visual studio project is namedBloodyblahTestinstead ofBloodyblah.But the about 2k lines of code work perfectly that you've developed today and the design is very well. Even the lead architect complimented you on it.But... Your team manager hits the delete button. And tells you that “you're stupid.”8.) Oh. You're a software developer? Can you fix my computer? My brother does that too... Bloody blah.I think most all of us did hear that plenty of times.If available it would make me press the shutdown button on people sometimes. Lol.I guess most of us don’t want to fix a computer of anyone after work.7.) When the new "soft off" feature was introduced in PCs. They tried to switch them off. So far so good.One second passes when pressing power, then another, 3..., 4... And they stop pressing the button each time, exactly before the 5th second would have passed.They start the computer one time more, again.Oh. One of them said suddenly after checking the BIOS setup options.“Soft off. This means we have to press it slightly.”Lol. Sorry dudes. Made my day. Couldn't stop laughing. And had a hard time that day not bursting out laughing when someone started talking to me.6.) making inventions is… But see for yourself…When making an invention which was quite easy and genius (they said), because it took only one and a half day to implement.But... Your CEO later thought it's worth nothing and handed the code to another company that was dumbstruck. They couldn't believe what they got.They implemented it and earned millions doing that.After that, your CEO fired the project manager. Wtf?!Good thing though, enough ideas left.5.) working as a consultant.Classics:Hey, my screen does not really show a full picture anymore.Ok, Sir. What can you still see on your screen? Belinea.No. Not the brand Sir. Above.A cactus, Sir.(line cut)4.) Do you really want to know? Ok. I've warned you.When a company uses an MSDN desktop engine which has a limit of 2 GB file size. Files cannot exceed this size.And an SQL wrapper that accesses this database x times when you want to get x plain records? Well, erm…. Whatever.You tell them that the database will crash one day. If exceeding the 2 GB limit.Because it will be cached in the ram and everything appears to be good.But next time you restart the system... Whoops.“Houston, we got a big problem here!”Yeah. Instead of solving the problem you showed them - because it will and does affect all customers so far - they tell their assistants to shrink the databases daily.Cutting off all the logs.Erm... Wayne? Whatever.What? No. That company section doesn't exist anymore. It got destroyed effectively.I don't know why. What? No. Why you think there's irony hidden. ;-)3.) If you get a new project team leader that brags for months that he once did a wifi driver.Seems like that's the only thing he ever did.He tells you that database operations are not important.Whispering in your ear the first workday in your company:“Database is easy f***** shit. I do not want to handle that. That’s none of my business. You do it. Too easy for me.”Until it gets urgent, and suddenly he needs your help, but you tried to "signNow" him for 6 months?Hello, someone at home?2.) Just being told by the CEO that he forgot to talk to you about something.So you remind him:Sir...You’d like to talk to me about something?Oh erm. Yes. I forgot. I'm firing you.Erm… Wait... What...what reason?The reason is just this:Someone told your CEO that he thought you made a big mistake coding. Later you get a latter. With the information that this was wrong and they would want you back. Come-on, which one of you would consider doing that? Even if the salary would have been 10-fold. It wasn't. They offered you to come back for a much lower one.1.) Ready for that one as well?Ok. Be warned. ;-)People are creating a robot. That has a chaotic deposit system.Containing small items.You tell them if it would be a good idea to make a graphical interface to have an overview of which item is stored where?The views are not really helpful in the database. That's what you've figured out a long time ago. Because some noobs made that database that time. And never improved the design again.You've been told that no overview is needed.Problems occur over and over again.And you ask them again if it wouldn't be helpful to have a graphical interface.Which is denied again.After all your ideas have been denied for so long...Found. Gone. Your motivation and your drive to help them creating software and you concentrate on the minimum that has to be done.After some months they suddenly see the need for graphical interviews.What does run their brains? Chocolate?Sorry. Forgot to not be judgmental here.Ok. So they want you to solve the problems with an excel list.Sir. Are you sure we need those lists only a few times?Yes. I assure you it will not change.Well, you think, ok.But guess what? For sure it did change and they want you to do it over and over again. And you do. In the beginning.Your girlfriend - also an engineer - is quite understanding because she's home late as well and starts asking:Darling. What keeps you so long?You tell her.Then you decide suddenly to solve the problem forever. At home.You take all you know, write it down. And write a damn program that outputs where everything is stored in the device. So that solves the excel list problems and even more.Your girlfriend is angry. Because of the planned weekend... Down the drain.You take your invention that doesn't solve one problem only, no but all at once. And it is an external program. So no need to modify the running system at all.You show it to the testers and they give you kudos.“Yeah! They say. Finally, we can throw our shifty excel lists away.”You think everything is fine.Suddenly your project manager hears that. And he wants you to “GET LOST!”.He blames you for having done this at work time. Not at home. Hmm... Should I tell that to my angry girlfriend now?That's what you might be thinking now.How dis the situation end?You got a higher position because you helped a lot to rescue the project?No. Ladies and Gentlemen.You get another cool thing: “clean up your desk. Give us your laptop. And get lost. NOW!”Thanks. That's it.Oh well. And give us the program you've developed.Otherwise, we'll see us in front of the court.This does not only make me rolling my eyes, hearing or encountering this.It makes me move my ears, roll my toenails. Even my stomach tried to escape.Thanks. You've been a wonderful audience.Case closed.That's where business definitely meets emotions.Have a nice day. ☺️Business meets Emotion - Unleash your full potential! - No more fear blocking your success
What is the best loophole on an exam that you've ever witnessed?I need to go anonymous on this one because where i am today is just because of that loophole and i dont want this to impact my future as i am getting a good salary and enjoying being on a good position just because of that. Moreover i dont want anyone to try this for the state exam i appeared as they may not have found the loophole yet.This was an engineering entrance exam for my state and this was the most important one because after 12th i had to come home due to some medical reasons so i could not continue studying for getting admission into IIT or AIEEE, I could not afford to fail in this one but i wasnt prepared for it. I got rank in lacs in AIEEE and i knew i was not ready for any such entrace exam but my dad had some feeling that i should go for this one even after zero preparations.I was in some other city from where i left to my hometown where the exam was going to be conducted next morning. I signNowed 10 mins late there after a long overnight journey. I sat there and saw the question signNow. It was a 120 questions signNow and i went though all of it in first half and hour and could signNow to only 5 solutions and i was done there. In AIEEE, i attempted 6 but here things were worse.In most of engineering exams, each question comes with four options and they set question signNow in sets like A,B,C and D that means they have jumbled there questions for every set i.e for set A, a particular question is on serial number 15 but for B it can be on 97. So no one could think of cheating as you cant ask someone giving answer of a question just by telling them the serial number of it and it was risky and time consuming to ask them direct question also.I was sitting there like a fool who dint know anything, who had not studied and who was not physically well also. But i had one thing in me that i was smart and even after a long night bus travel tiredness i tried to be smart on this exam also.I started observing people sitting near me and i started observing the pattern examiner had created for all sets. I used the last rough page area to decode the set pattern. I was able to have eyes only on two others sets, one was of student sitting left to me and other was on right to me. Teachers or i say exam conductors have put us close as they knew we cant cheat in this due to jumbled questions. After next 40-45 minutes i got a conclusion of what i was not sure but yeah all i had was this hope only. I found this loophole that they had jumbled the questions in sets of ten instead of making it random. I came to know if i have a series of questions on 11-20, some other set has the same series on 61-70 instead of 75-85. That means if i get the first question of every set of 10 questions i need to ask about all remaining 9 answers which i could ask or copy without confirming the question. For 120 questions there were only 11 questions were required to crack the pattern. My school senior who dropped one year studying for IIT was sitting besides me and he had no clue what i was up to. I focused on only his set as i was sure he must be knowing most of the answers so i cracked the whole pattern just by getting his questions of this arithmetic progression (1,11,21,31….). I wrote on my rough page all the ten questions series which gets match to his. So i just needed to ask him to show me his answer sheet in which he had coloured the right option of each question. With my pattern i dint even check serial number of other nine like if he has one question on 41 and i have that on 91 then i need to see only coloured options for all 9 without checking anything. It took 20 minutes to copy all of that. He was willingly showing me his answer sheet as he completed all 120 questions in 120 minutes and he was thinking i was copying him wrong so he let that be.After exam, all friends of mine were discussing the question signNow and i was silently walking.. They asked me how was the question signNow and i was like fod diya(nailed it). I went to home and told my dad that exam was good but somewhere it was in my mind that what if i made a minor mistake to decode the pattern, all questions could have been wrong except those 5 i answered on my own.And the result day came after two months and i was so nervous, i couldn't sit for hours. I went to a cyber cafe and serched for my roll number, AND here it was…just in front of me. I scored 79 out of 120 with a state rank of 1742. I was Completely awestruck, i was going to get admission in one of the top collages with this rank and this happened to me, i got the second best engineering collage of my state and there i saw my senior also who helped me in that exam. He told me that he got 80 marks, one mark more than me because i was wrong for one in those 5 questions i did myself, i got to know this when i checked online answer sheet of that. I wont say its a loophole but yeah if this can be craked then this must be.I am in big MNC sitting in some other country answering this question and I am not ashamed of cheating cause all i did was an effort to make things right and yeah when people ask me if luck exists or not, i tell them yes it exists but not without efforts.
What was the feeling when you get your PR for Canada after a long struggle?I was talking to a far-off relative who recently immigrated to Canada. She immigrated from Dubai, where she was living with her husband and kids. Worked as a government employee in Dubai, with all the perks that an Indian household is used to. She went on about how Dubai compares with Canada, how life was so much easier in Dubai, how there are no good restaurants to eat at here in Canada, and how difficult it will be to keep her kids “within the culture” after moving here. You could see a cloud of entitlement around her, if you are a Canadian that is. She went on about how difficult it was to get her PR in the first place, how many sleepless nights she had waiting for it, and she deserves a good life here after waiting so long to get here. I asked how long it took from start to finish, and she said “Oh, it took a full 9 MONTHS!”.20 years ago, when I was a kid, I remembered my parents thinking and discussing whether we should move to Canada. We were living in Africa at the time, there was no internet and resources were scarce. At that time, you would request an application package from the Canadian Embassy and they would send the package by mail to you to fill out and send back. We waited for weeks, hoping that our mail signNowed them and that the application package would not be lost in transit to us.When the application package finally arrived, we knew we couldn't jump on the form, we had but one package of forms to work with. So, my dad took the form to a photocopier shop several kilometres away and got a bunch of copies taken. The shopkeeper was quite happy having received such good unexpected business from us. Next up was filling the form. Tech-savvy folks that we were, we figured we should type it up. My mom's typing skills came in handy - she felt she was destined to do this. My mom and I would trek every day to a typing school a few kilometres away and I would watch my mom roll up the signNows into the typewriter and type up the answers exactly within the field. We brought white-out bottles with us for correcting the inevitable errors.After all of that, several reviews, and making sure we dotted all our I's, after praying for our golden application package's safe transit, we mailed it off to the embassy. Then, it was a wait. A long wait. A long long wait, where there were no tracking numbers, no application updates, no nothing. After a full 7 months, we got a mail telling us that our application was received and we need further documentation to be submitted.We did all that they asked. Then war broke out, and we left to India. It was a bureaucratic circus getting our file transferred to India for processing. My dad would call up CIC office and threaten to protest in front of their office if they didn't proceed with the processing.My school was in limbo. Every year when the school started, my parents would tell me, no point enrolling you, we are leaving for Canada soon. One month in, they would know it's not happening and would enrol me in. All my schoolmates knew I would leave for Canada, but that never was happening. They would joke that I was bluffing, that I was never going to leave.Then one day, we got our confirmations in the mail. After 5 years. After several calls, mails, one scary interview in Delhi and a lot of agonizing wait. How did it feel? I don't know about my parents, but I was in a trance. All I could think of at the moment was to go tell everyone who made fun of me, “ Seeya Losers! I'm outta here!” I obviously didn't do that. My parents probably felt a huge relief of gaining certainty in life, but also felt a huge surge of new uncertainty about a new chapter in life. Will they succeed there? Will we survive there? Will all be ok?My dad ended up working as a general labourer for several months, my mom too, after coming here. They didn't want us kids to feel anything, so they were super casual about it. But, it didn't escape us for one second that my father who was the head of R&D in India, and my mother who was a bank employee, were doing all these for us, for us to have a good life. It grounded us, put our feet firmly on the floor, and taught us to do whatever is necessary, for the people we love.Canada gave us a lot, we lost a lot too. My mom passed away before she could see us succeed here and my dad became a single parent unexpectedly. But, in the end , perhaps it was alright that we came here. I would have been a different person if I didn't come here. I would not have known what hard work meant may be, what being responsible meant, what being humble and modest means, what kind of person I wanted to be. Or maybe I would have been the same person wherever I was, I wouldn't know.As to my relative, she is back in Dubai now, claiming Child Tax Benefits for her three kids from here and living it up over there. Yes, she is perhaps “luckier” than me in life, but I feel I'm lucky too, just differently.
Can I bring answers on a signNow to help my doctor fill out my ADA disability questions?Yes, you can.When I go see a doctor, I take several typed listsa) Current conditions ….. list the condition, date of original diagnosis, doctor who I see for itFor me, this includes COPD, Liver Failure, Kidney Disease, Heart Disease, Diabetes, Cataracts, Ulcers, BTK Amputations, CellulitusWhere possible, on a separate “current condition” page - I include a comment of how this affects me in terms of disability levels.b) Surgical History…….list what surgery, when and if possible who was the surgeonThis includes cholecystectomy (gall bladder), Coronary By-Pass, amputations, debridement, chest reconstruction, etc.c) Current Medicaitons…. list the medicine, dosage, frequency, and prescribing doctord) Current Doctors/care-givers…. list all doctors or medical professionals I am currently seeingFor me, this includes my current (or most recent) primary care doctor, current cardiologist, current endocrinologist, current vascular surgeon, current nephrologist, with their addresses and phone number.I keep this “packet” fully updated, so that when I see a new doctor, I can just hand it to them …. and on forms they ask me to fill out, I just write “See Attached List”I give it to them - I keep my own copy at home on my computer. That is theirs, and every doctor’s office that I have been to has appreciated the work involved in maintaining that record.At the bottom of each page, I leave a space marked “Physician’s Signature”With my annual Disability Reviews from my insurance company, many doctors simply attach that either the whole packet, or just the relevant pages, with their signature, to any forms that are to be filled out.I give them this packet to be sure that everything is covered. They are not obligated to use that information, but it helps them to have a complete listing of all the possible issues and situations so they can make a clear determination of what is best. And no one except you can ever really know for sure what all those details are. So, make sure that they have the complete record.You are providing a history / background - NOT telling them what to put on the form, but simply insuring that you have provided all the pertinent information.It is your responsibility to make sure that your medical team has all the information, they won’t have it otherwise. Keep your records up to date, be able to provide all the above information quickly, and always be ready to give a copy of that list to any medical provider.
Musicians: How many songs do you think you'd need to perform to fill out a two-hour gig?A two-hour gig? That's 120 minutes of on stage performance or setup inclusion? I'll go with stage time, and also assume you've negotiated appropriate setup, and such.Another assumption is genre. I'll assume it's pop structured (as most radio friendly music is these days), so average song time would be roughly 3 and a half minutes…give or take.You're looking at roughly 30 songs. Thats…over 2 hours. Now, that's a rough estimate, as song times vary, etc.Oh, but wait. You'll need to include breaks, for “personnel” i.e. the band members. Normally, the drummer will need the longest break, followed by others. The drummer is using all four limbs continuously, so…they need them.If you're headlining, and depending on what you've negotiated, you might not be allotted “dead air”, so someone's staying on stage on breaks. Usually, that means at least a guitar player and/or the singer. Maybe not a long guitar solo, but…maybe an acoustic filler/singalong for the crowd. Plus, in between banter, there's that too (paring that down was always a plus for us back in the day)So, practice 30ish and get them flawless, because you're only going to need 20ish. Why 30ish? Because…more is good for flexibility. Always. Plus, it allows you to keep your set list semi-”fresh”, while only putting in a little extra work.setlist.fm - the setlist wiki is a good resource for structuring a setlist in a professional way (I wish it was around during the “trial and error” days.)
How does one get invited to the Quora Partner Program? What criteria do they use, or is it completely random?I live in Germany. I got an invite to the Quora partner program the day I landed in USA for a business trip. So from what I understand, irrespective of the number of views on your answers, there is some additional eligibility criteria for you to even get an email invite.If you read the terms of service, point 1 states:Eligibility. You must be located in the United States to participate in this Program. If you are a Quora employee, you are eligible to participate and earn up to a maximum of $200 USD a month. You also agree to be bound by the Platform Terms (https://www.quora.com/about/tos) as a condition of participation.Again, if you check the FAQ section:How can other people I know .participate?The program is invite-only at this time, but we intend to open it up to more people as time goes on.So my guess is that Quora is currently targeting people based out of USA, who are active on Quora, may or may not be answering questions frequently ( I have not answered questions frequently in the past year or so) and have a certain number of consistent answer views.Edit 1: Thanks to @Anita Scotch, I got to know that the Quora partner program is now available for other countries too. Copying Anuta’s comment here:If you reside in one of the Countries, The Quora Partner Program is active in, you are eligible to participate in the program.” ( I read more will be added, at some point, but here are the countries, currently eligible at this writing,) U.S., Japan, Germany, Spain, France, United Kingdom, Italy and Australia.11/14/2018Edit 2 : Here is the latest list of countries with 3 new additions eligible for the Quora Partner program:U.S., Japan, Germany, Spain, France, United Kingdom, Italy, Canada, Australia, Indonesia, India and Brazil.Thanks to Monoswita Rez for informing me about this update.
What is the 101 for an Indian student to get into a college abroad?Well, I can share my learnings from applying for Master’s program in Canada.Getting good grades does not guarantee your admissionUniversity will look at your overall profile and not just your undergrad / junior college grades. The application process generally involves a Statement of Purpose (SOP) and a letter of recommendation (LOR).An SOP is a chance to tell your story. It should reflect -why you want to pursue Master’s program?how this course will help you in future?what are your plans after completing the course?why have you chosen XYZ university?Reference letter is a document from your professor and / or from your employer who would provide comprehensive insight about you to the respective university. Please do not copy paste from the internet. Remember, a good SOP and LOR makes your profile stronger.Do not trust counsellorsI remember going to one of the consultancy firm in Mumbai. Looking at my undergrad grades, the counsellor told me that I have no chance of getting admission in any of the Canadian Universities, instead I should apply for community colleges. And by now you should know that I have proved him wrong :)Do your own research and never trust these counsellors blindly. All the information is available on the internet for FREE so why pay someone 30–40K. Moreover, these consultancy firms have tie-ups with certain colleges and they earn commission if you get the admission. I would advice to get help from a counsellor if you are sure that you want to get into the same college where they have a connection or you are lazy to fill out some forms :) I am not saying that these counsellors are bad / doing any fraud. My point is you will find many people giving different advice (and right now I am one of them) but ultimately it’s up to you. Don’t let yourself be persuaded, after all it’s your career.You don’t need to be richI know tuition fees for foreign university is expensive. Therefore, look for programs that has paid internship / co-op option. You can pay part of your tuition fees from your co-op earnings. Besides, you will gain work experience through internship that will eventually help you in getting a full time job. Worst case you can always get a loan if your program does not offer internship.English proficiencyDepending on the university, you might have to take IELTS / GRE / TOEFL exam. Also, certain university might accept you even if your score is low but others won’t, so please check the english proficiency requirement on the university website. For preparation, check - engVid · Learn English for FreeDeadlinesUsually, if you are planning for August 2019 then the deadline would be Feb / April 2019 for Master’s and it varies by course and university. Check university website for application deadlines.As mentioned, DO YOUR OWN RESEARCH. Join different forums (example: Edulix) and facebook groups, post questions and be patient :)Good luck!To know more about my journey after moving to Canada, kindly read - Dharmesh D's answer to What is life like for an Indian in Canada?