We developers aren’t paid to code, we’re paid to solve problems.– Sunil Pradhan
I grew up in East India mostly in the cities of Rourkela and Bhubaneswar. After my Diploma in Computer Science & Engineering, I pursued my undergraduate degree from Biju Patnaik University of Technology (BPUT) in Computer Science & Engineering.
Then, I moved to Bangalore in 2015 to find a job in IT sector and later settled to live here as well.
My friends like to call me a classic tech geek, and to be frank, they are not too far off the mark! I eat, breathe, and sleep technology! And that’s the driving force behind rolling out this blog.
I am a passionate tech blogger who like to share his knowledge to the world. When I started to use computer for the first time in late 90’s, Windows 98 was the first Operating system I had used during my school time.
There after burning desire seed to learn more about computer just began. After Windows 98, I used several versions of Windows including Windows 10. In meanwhile I also encountered Linux Operating system in late 2011 especially Ubuntu and Red Hat Linux.
In past two decades I have gained so much of knowledge by using these Operating systems and the best way to share those knowledge to world by this blog.
For me, “Hello Sunil” is a small project where I love to share my gained knowledge to the world. I love to write on Windows, Linux, How-To guide, problem solving articles and others.
Here are few latest articles published by me:
- How to use Emmet in Visual Studio Code
- How to install RedHat (RHEL 8) Linux on VirtualBox
- How to use VeraCrypt to encrypt an USB flash drive
- Linux Commands Cheatsheet: Basic Linux Commands
- How to display Linux distro ASCII logo art in terminal
- Essential Git commands : Basic to advance with examples
- How to download Windows 10 offline ISO (32-bit / 64-bit)
- A definitive guide on BitLocker, Windows 10 built-in encryption tool
- GitHub Markdown Cheat Sheet : Definitive Guide with Example + Resources
Beside writing articles I also love to read books and my favorite genres are self-help, motivational, auto-biography, investment, leadership and others.
Here are few books from my personal library:
Technical Skills and Proficiency
Technologies and standards that I am most comfortable which includes;
- Git & GitHub
- Adobe Photoshop
- Adobe Premiere Pro
- Microsoft Word
- Microsoft Excel
- VS Code
If you do find something useful on Hello Sunil, I always do appreciate a small thank you note or a greeting as it keeps me motivated to write more useful articles that are hopefully useful. Cheers!