Hello and welcome to Info Cellar.
This is JK. I’m the software architect and content curator/creator of this tech blog.
My journey with computers began in 1993 back in India when I enrolled in a computer course as that was the time when computers and anything related to computers were gaining a huge momentum there. Unlike the millennials who are born with a silver spoon..err…a computer/tablet everything was new to me and at the age of 18, I first laid my hands on a PC.
It was exciting and intimidating at the same time. The course felt a bit challenging and made me doubt myself and my decision for joining and not passing the first set of exams didn’t help either. Fortunately, with the motivation of a fellow student and my mentor, I started to understand the concepts better, lessons became very interesting, and before I could realize I got better, aced every exam ever since and I knew that computers/technology was my passion and choice of career.
It’s 23 years now and I have come a long way. I have donned various roles in this field (including a computer faculty for 2 years in a reputed educational organization) and what amazes me is how technology keeps evolving every minute of the day and there is always something new one can learn.
It’s never-ending and that’s what makes it interesting and I wake up excited every day to acquire knowledge on a different facet, hone my skills and try to be a step ahead of my peers.
All this interest, actually LOVE for this subject and my passion to teach, educate and share my knowledge with others is the ultimate reason behind this blog.
As the name of the blog suggests, it’s going to be a cellar for anything and everything related to information technology; software, hardware, discussions, reviews, articles, and many more. I’m going to do my best to make this blog as interesting and as informative as possible.
Hope you will enjoy browsing my space.
Thanks for stopping by!