Happy Computer's day!

October 3 2011

Today is Computer's day. Yes computer was found by Prabhupepsi on October 3rd 1998.....I bought my first ever computer this day. That's why every year I celebrate this day as my computer day. 
Computer Engineers are the breed you find everywhere these days. During the days when my big brother SARAV ANNA toiled hard in the Anna University campus for his computer engineering degree, only 1% of the college going population took engineering as a course. But today only 1 % of the college going population do not take engineering as a course. Everyone is an computer engineer these days.

What do you do after you are done with your computer engineering degree? "I really don't have a clue" is the answer that almost all the computer engineers give. Prabhupepsi is also an computer engineer. He did his MS in Information Technology. His first regular job was in an IT firm as a system analyst. This is the specialty of computer engineers in India. You can do a course in mechanical engineering, aeronautics, communications and even in civil engineering. But you all will one day become a software engineer.

You might be now sitting in a cubicle coding and testing all java nonsense and if you just think about those engineering days where you did not have a clue about what you would become in future, just be happy that you are a computer engineer now.

The author of this page is a product of Bharathiyar university. The more the pages used in examinations, the more marks the students get in the exams. This is the secret mantra of those days. Things have gone worse these days. Now you don't even have to write papers after papers. All you need to do is chase them. (If only you get what I mean).

We are all born engineers. There is an engineer inside everyone of us. We will all realize our potential one day.
Kunjumon realising the potential to convert a LapTop into an i-Pod.
Just Imagine what would have happened to him if the laptops had not been invented. Inserting a desktop like this would have been really painful

Gabdun is a a Gomblede Enginearing Bradecd.

What ever said and done, engineers aren't that lucky. Either you have to be a Richard Gere or Swami Gilfanandha to get into the peck books of Shilpa

Note : Anushka's childhood ambition was to become a Computer Engineer too.


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