My review of the Career Camp by Coding Ninjas

Coding Ninjas is a great company striving to make a difference in computer science education in India. I got to know about it through an Instagram ad. I enrolled in its Career Camp program which is a pay-when-you-get-a job course. It was a remarkable decision that changed my life as it helped me, an 18-year old, to get a Software Engineer job in a remarkable company (Avalara) with 10L CTC.

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3 Minute Guide to Deleted File Recovery and File Shredding

Do you know that it is possible to recover the files that you have permanently removed from your computer? Stunned? This is possible because when you delete a file, Windows just removes the reference of the file from the file system table and you see the disk’s free space has increased. But actually the deleted file’s contents are still present on the disk and therefore it might be possible to recover it.

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Best free video editor on the web

Video Editing is in high demand. Be it for YouTube video production, advertisement, movies or TV shows you need video editors. For people on a small budget, a free video editor can be really beneficial. Luckily, there is a stunning professional-grade video editor which is available completely free and would allow everything that you might need to do to your raw footage. From the usual trimming and cutting to composting, special titles, VFX and color grading.

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The UCAS personal statement that got me into QMUL, Newcastle, Surrey, Brunel, and Northumbria

Hey guys. I had applied to UK universities as well (in May 2019). I got into all of my 5 choices on the UCAS. If any of you are planning to go into any of the above-mentioned universities, you can take a look at my personal statement. I had applied for a BSc in computer science with an industrial placement. I have tried to convey about myself very chronologically in the personal statement and make it seem like a story. It can act as a framework for your own essay. If you need any help regarding admission to UK colleges, drop a comment. I will be more than happy to share my learning with you.

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