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ARUN GUPTA (Merom)
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I recently resumed writing Blogs, am writing this blog after a long time last blog was dec 2014. Recently i encountered a algorithm problem : You are given a graph and a node in the graph. Group the nodes connected to this node if they are also connected to each other. For example, the graph has…
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Hey Michael, Hope you are well and Good. I am inspired with you project PapyrOS. I want to contribute actively. I was looking into papyrOS https://github.com/papyros/powerpack GIT repository. Can you Help me to find out TODO List then i can start working with you guys. 

Mostly i want to work in PowerBack, Helping to develop OS, builds n all.  I am accountable understanding of OS. 
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The issues list might be the closest thing to a TODO.
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Always wanted to tell the story of why I use Arch. Once you go Arch, you never go back. That has been my experience so far and I am a loyal openSUSE/Kubuntu user. Once in a while I will try Linux Mint, Ubuntu and other distros but I always come back to Arch within a week or so.

It will hook you because it gives you an unbloated, fully customized system. You'll love how easy it is to install apps. (How hard is it to 'yaourt amarok' and then type 'y' for yes?) And availability of the latest packages immediately is the killer feature - no competition there. And the icing on the cake is the rolling release.

THIS is exactly what a Linux user wants.

All that said, Arch Linux is not for everyone. It does take effort and a user's desire to learn and try things out to make it work. You need to know stuff, or know friends who know stuff. If you are not willing to learn and try you will end up with leaky pipes, exposed live wires and, at worst, a house on fire.

Arch is for those who are willing to invest time in Linux. Because everything has to be configured manually, there is no spoon feeding. You will learn, in the process of using Arch, how the basics of a Linux system work. And once you learn that, everything else becomes easier.
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What is big and Little Endian ? Little and big endian are two ways of storing multibyte data-types ( int, float, etc). In little endian machines, last byte of binary representation of the multibyte data-type is stored first. On the other hand, in big…
What is big and Little Endian ? Little and big endian are two ways of storing multibyte data-types ( int, float, etc). In little endian machines, last byte of binary representation of the multibyte data-type is stored first. On the other hand, in big endian machines, first byte of binary representation of the multibyte data-type…
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Very interesting problem,  I wanted to run gdb on my mac but i was not able to to run it.  Because it was not codeSigned . Here’s the solution. The Darwin Kernel requires the debugger to have special permissions before it is allowed to control other…
Very interesting problem,  I wanted to run gdb on my mac but i was not able to to run it.  Because it was not codeSigned . Here's the solution. The Darwin Kernel requires the debugger to have special permissions before it is allowed to control other processes. These permissions are granted by codesigning the GDB executable.…
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I am a extrovert and friendly person.
Education
  • DAIICT
    Computer Networks(Wireless Ad-Hoc Networks), 2011 - 2013
    M.Tech (ICT)
  • Rajiv Gandhi University
    Computer Science, 2007 - 2011
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Single
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Merom
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Engineer , Researcher
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Xenomai, C, C++, Scripting
Employment
  • Flipkart
    SDE, 2014 - present
  • Open Source developer
    2013 - present
    Working with SCM team
  • Cyberoam Pvt. Technologies
    Jr. Software Engineer, 2013 - 2014
    Working with API r&d team.
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Ahemdabad
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Bhopal - Satna
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