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I am Anubhav Shrimal, a mean stack Javascript developer and a machine learning enthusiast based out of Jaipur, India. I am currently pursuing my B.tech in Computer Science and Technology as a final year student from SWAMI KESHVANAND INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, JAIPUR, INDIA where i won an ‘Award for Excellence’ for a brilliant performance. I love participating in hackathons and conferences. I was amongst the finalist in Smart India Hackathon which is world’s biggest hackathon and our team was amongst top 10 teams in Infosys Chandigarh Hackathon 2017 where more than x team participated. During my free hours i also run a blog, ‘3 Algorithms Per Week ‘ where i try to post thrice a week about data structures and algorithms.I have been interested in technology, since my school days where in 2012 i participated in NASA Ames Space Settlement Design Contest and my project Transcendence Space Settlement grabbed the third position in 9-10 Grade category. Later in my senior secondary school, i opted for c/c++ introductory course.It really got interesting during the sophomore year of my undergrad when i was doing the data structures and algorithm course as mandatory part of b.tech curriculum. It seemed pretty fascinating as well as challenging to me, which soon became my passion. I spent a lot of time doing competitive programming and went for a java course, which i think is another major milestone in my programming journey. It is so because that course not only taught me how to write java code but also how to manage big projects with a lot of code base. I learned version control, project management and a lot of other things which further equipped me better as a programmer. I then started participating in many college hackathons which not only gave me a thrilling experience but also was a great learning time. Later I wanted to work on something which many people could use so I got interested in web technologies. For equipping myself with proper skills, I enrolled in the 30-day full stack development course by Youstart Labs in Jaipur. The course covered pretty much everything from the basics of HTML, CSS, JavaScript to advance technologies as MEAN Stack, Firebase, AWS cloud deployment, etc. After the course, I interned at youstart for a couple of months, where I worked on 4 different projects. ranging from web apps to hybrid mobile app. I also built the iOS and Android version of GRE Pixnary, an English vocab learning application, which has more than 10000 downloads and has an active daily user base ranging in thousands. While working on these projects I had to constantly learn more tools and technologies like FCM, Heroku, mlab etc. It was an exhausting yet very exciting and enriching experience. My internship ended in October 2017. I always want myself on a steep learning curve and think that machine learning is going to be the next big thing and is really gonna affect all of our lives, so I have been working on my machine learning techniques too. I won the best presentation award for my presentation titled “Machine Learning Algorithms & Applications” at 6th National Conference on Emerging Technologies in Computer Engineering (NCETCE) sponsored by IEEE Computer Society.My recent projects in machine learning include a self-driving car, based on NVIDIA’s End to End Learning, and a  Face recognizer which recognizes faces from an image just like Facebook or from a video. The self-driving car is a project based on convolution neural networks and I have used Keras and Tensorflow to make it. the face recognizer is made with the help of dlib’s state-of-the-art face recognition built deep learning. The model has an accuracy of 99.38% on the Labeled Faces in the Wild benchmark. There is no bigger driving force for me than watching my code run flawlessly. Taking and finishing one challenge at a time is what keeps me going every day. Finally, in the end, I would just like to say if you want to code, just do it, don’t let any person judge you.