Welcome to TheTechnoCafe, a blog started and maintained by Gurleen Sethi. The motivation behind this blog is to produce content in various forms like tutorials, editorials, to help developers and consumers in any shape or form.
My Short Story
Hi, I am Gurleen Sethi, a student on his journey to find the meaning of life and existence. During this journey I got struck by something known as ‘technology’ and got caught into its fascinations. Unwrapping the secrets of this field I use this blog to share my findings and try to help someone who might have been lost in the same. Trying to produce as much content as possible in the little time that I have got, certainly I get hit by the limitations of a human being, but that doesn’t stop me to trying harder.
How I got interested in technology, specifically Software Development?
While most of it was already planned due to the environment I was exposed to, but fortunately I found my aha moment!
Back in 2012 Samsung released their new flagship phone, Galaxy S3. That little device got me into the world of smartphone, although I had already owned some decent smartphones, S3 was something more to me. I got interested in mobile phones and the advancements made by mobile industry during the years of 2012-2014 were like a boon for someone like me. Reading blogs and watching videos that showcased that latest smartphone was my everyday ritual. Somewhere along the line I had the urge to start my own blog and write about these little but powerful machines. So I did the same. At that time I had no idea on how to start a blog, searched online and found something named ‘WordPress’. Got my blog up and ready in a week. I will never forget the feeling of owning a website, its such a joy. I could write my own blogs and publish them for the world to read.
After 3 years, little to your surprise, I am neither a web nor a python developer but an Android Developer. Its fascinating on how something small like a mobile phone can generate career changing interest. There was something in that smartphone that touched my heart(in technical terms, some amazing human-computer interaction). Having developed many Android applications, it has generated my interest in Software Engineering and Architecture and strangely some in Philosophy, undoubtedly that will be the next fields that I’ll be working in the future.