Bannerghatta National Park Outing

Hello again everyone! 🙂

So as I said last time, back in January, my friends and I went to Bannerghatta National Park in Bangalore and spent the entire day there. The place is really cool. There is a nice zoo to check out as well as a Safari. If you’re interested, here is the map:

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Weekend Family Drive

Well we went for a drive to electronics city today. I love the place and will never get tired of seeing it again and again. Its got the best buildings and a lot of trees. Thought I’d post a few pics. Oh we also went to Barbeque Nation after that. We were so busy eating that we forgot about taking pics. Here ya go:  Read more of this post

….and back to Bangalore!

Well as the title says, I am back to Bangalore. Returned more than a month back – July 17th to be precise. Didn’t post an update because I didn’t get time. I moved back because I got another (and better) job offer here. I currently work for Cortina Systems and I love the new place :). Keep checking back for continued posts on robots and now on some digital chip design in Verilog.

In Madurai

Well I’ve got a job at Honeywell and I’ve got training for the next 4 months. The training is more on the software side so my posts from now on will be more on software (if I do get time to post). Which means the post on the table edge follower will have to wait :(. I’m in Bangalore for this weekend so I could quickly write the servomotor controller post. I will be back again in August for a week (hopefully) so the robot post should be out then and more robots for sure after training.

Madurai is a nice place. Quite peaceful with real helpful people. On the down side there are no KFC, Mc Donalds or Pizza hut outlets and no Internet connection. So I’m kinda stuck without Facebook (more importantly Mafia Wars :P). Madurai is also like an oven. Will post more about life @ Madurai soon.

So do stick around for stuff on Madurai, pointers, classes and other things in C/C++ that may sound scary – till you look at it in a different way.

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