Am a half time blogger and a full-time Software Engineering student.

At first am a person with substantial interests, you can say I want to do and have knowledge about every bit of what this universe is carrying. And due to which, sometimes its difficult for me to maintain all my interests at a time.   How true is that !

Well, my recreations which I pursue are: blogging, music, movies, fantasy literature, art (sketching, graphics, etc) and over thinking.

I’m not a geek at all, I believe in living a colorful life!

My great ambition is to develop technology. I can already program in C, C++, Java, HTML, CSS, Javascript and PHP with a good sense of OOP and Data Base. Plus am looking forward to learn C#, Python, and Android Development.

Other than becoming a techno expertise, I want to tour the world. I love nature and I highly get attracted to it. And therefore I wish to roam around the globe, feel nature very closely. And live in and explore different cultures.

Am a dreamer….! I dream a lot! Day dreaming, Night dreaming, whatever you say .. But it keeps reminding me about who I am, and who I want to be. It gives me a vision of my aims.

Well, I personally think that,

“Dreams are the first door towards success.”

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4 thoughts on “About

      1. can you do it ….
        “Create a class ‘MyMath’ which includes separate static methods to add 3 integers and
        multiply 3 integers. The methods should have an integer return type. Test this from the
        main class. – the ‘MyMath’ methods should have no input/output functions.”

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      2. Sure! Here:

        using Systems;
        namespace Program
        {
        class MyMath{

        static int add(int a, int b, int c)
        {
        int x=a+b+c;
        return x;
        }

        static int multiply(int a, int b, int c){
        int x=a*b*c
        return x;
        }
        }

        class Testing
        {
        static void Main(string[] args)
        {
        Console.WriteLine(“Adding 3 int: “, MyMath.add(1,2,3));
        Console.WriteLine(“Multiplying 3 int: “, MyMath.multiply(1,2,3));
        Console.ReadLine();
        }
        }
        }

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