Woohoo! The examinations are finally over! These examinations involved more time, more subjects and more work than any before them. Firstly, I have no idea about how much I’ll score, which is obvious given that its the first time I’ve given exams for the IGCSE curriculum with 10 subjects. As of now, I’m happy just because of the exams getting over, i get an opportunity to fruitfully waste time, knowing that it will have no pessimistic consequences, unless i allow that carefree-ness to seep into my daily routine.
Good News! Google Code-In starts on November 28th. Unfortunately, I’ve decided to give myself a break for 5 days and then go ahead with full stack development and algorithm design. Surprisingly, i did some research regarding the prestigious competition and it doesn’t involve that any programming skills, instead, you have to showcase your abilities as an all rounder, you have to research, develop, program and along with that, go through thousands of lines of code and try to find errors, design posters, contribute to the brand image and do group projects.
Now that the exams are over, i can finally switch back over to reading books. Currently, i’m on the black hole war by Leonard Susskind, its a thrilling read, especially after going through a semester of IGCSE chemistry and physics. Although the book is altogether awesome, it escalates onto the bestseller list as it seemingly evaporates that line between ‘normal’books and oh-god-confusing-physics-books. It also provides accurate and awesome explanations of concepts such as quantum tunneling, stretched horizons and space-time.