“You are the master of your destiny: No one and nothing can come in between you and your destiny except you. Take destiny by the horns and have fun.” Master Oogway
Hello and welcome to this week’s YoungInnovations’ blog. Hope everyone has been taking the necessary precautions in the battle against COVID-19. Here are some of the things that happened this week at YoungInnovations.
Saroj Bista, our Director of Governance and Impact was elected as the President of Nepal-US Alumni Network (NUSAN).
NUSAN is an umbrella organization of USG Alumni and US Alumni of Nepal. …
I’ve been working with vue.js for the last year for development of various web application. Vue is an awesome front end framework that provides awesome features such as vue-router, vuex (for state management) and so on out of the box which makes development process quick. In this blog I am going to show some tips that you can use in vue to minimize the lines of code as well as that can boost your productivity while using vue.js while developing an application.
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“If you want to live a happy life, tie it to a goal, not to people or things.”
– Albert Einstein
Hello and welcome to this week’s young innovation blog. Hope everyone has been taking the necessary precautions in our battle against COVID-19. Its the first week of October and 2020 seems to be the longest as well as the shortest year at the same time. As we get used to the new normal way of life here are some of the things that happened this week at YoungInnovations.
“Knowing is not enough, we must apply. Willing is not enough, we must do.”
— Bruce Lee
Nepal Solveathon 2019, a two day event was held on Dec 13 and Dec 14 at Kathmandu University School of Management (KUSOM). More than 13 organisations took part in the event which was organised by The Asia Foundation and The World Bank. It was a two day intense workshop which mainly revolved around defining problems and identifying solutions and building valid prototype. Saroj Bista from YoungInnovations mentored the teams in crystallizing problems, user identification and solution idealization.
This week Bikalpa Thapa shared the different available shortcuts that you can use in day to day life. Shortcuts will help you move around your BASH shell faster than before. Learning how to navigate faster in BASH shell, web browsers or your favorite text editor will definitely help you save some time. Moreover you can also create your own custom shortcuts as per your comfort.
Here are some list of shortcuts that will definitely be of help:
Ctrl + r = recursive search
An aspiring fullstack developer, trying not to be lazy to code :P