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About me

I am V. A. Amarnath. I have graduated in B.Tech. in Electronics and Communication Engg. from National Institute of Technology, Calicut. You may contact me at vaamarnath [at] gmail [dot] com.

I find it really difficult to describe about me and my character. But, let me try to do that now.

I was born and brought up in Ernakulam, Kerala. I did my school education at Bhavan’s Varuna Vidyalaya, Thrikkakara. And then later joined NIT Calicut to do my professional course.

I am really attached to this city Ernakulam, Kochi or Cochin whatever you call it. I have lived my entire life here except for sometime I spent in my college campus. I love being in the city but hate the congested roads and the traffic snarls of the mosquito ridden Kochi.

I am a supporter and follower of Free and Open Source Software. Actually, I love the philosophy underlying it. Thanks to Deepak Sir, Kishore A. and many other seniors who have pulled me into this wonderful world. I have been actively involved in some of the community activities and supporting the FOSSCell at NIT Calicut.

I have also been involved in several technical activities at college through the IEEE student branch at NIT Calicut.

Now, I am working in a MNC in Bengaluru as Software Engineer. Life is getting more and more tougher with growing responsibilities and other burdens. Let’s see how am I going to tackle it!

I think I have lot more to add to this, will do it as time progresses.

You can download my CV here to get more info on my professional background.

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One Comment
  1. Dear Amarnath,

    I stepped into your page quite accidentally. Happy to see the DSP lab report uploaded under the Creative Commons License. I hope, you have incorporated the corrections that I had suggested while serving as your instructor; it is important.

    I couldn’t get yet another chance to serve in the lab after leaving your batch, even though I got a chance to teach DSP for the batch that graduates this year (2014).

    I hope, you wouldn’t harbor anything bad about my “threats” to “fail” you all in the lab course. I just wanted you to experience the depth and gravity of what you can do in DSP starting from first principles.

    Warm regards

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