Trip O Meter started out as a simple idea to know how much fuel would be needed when making a trip. I just wanted to make sure there was sufficient amount of fuel while planning.
Whoa, A year went by so fast. I still remember setting up this blog and writing the Bye Bye 2015 post, which seem a few months back.
Here are the highlights from 2016.
- Migrated few Android apps to Android Studio
- Won a Quarterly award at work
- Reading the third book by Robert Galbraith - Career of Evil
- Finally bought a DSLR
- Went for a Pondichery Trip as well as few short trips
Nothing major to note from music scene, but watched a few movies.
It seems that I have blogged lesser than I had hoped this past year. Need to blog more often. Some long travel trips also need to be made.
I finally made transition from a Point & Shoot camera to a DSLR. It was made possible with the Canon 700D and 18-55 and 55-250 lenses.
Watching football, like most other sport, is extra fun if you are with like minded kith or kin.
So I decided to capture an experience of some friends watching a football match live.
But the problem was to find some enthusiastic people on a short notice.
The outcome after some improvisation is the image above.
In this blog post, I shall try to share the methods used to achieve this image.
I did further research into Lambda expressions in Java 8 after my last article.
It was then that I came to know about “Functional Interfaces”. Understanding the basics is the key to learning Lambda expressions in Java 8.
Ever since I heard Lambdas as one of the new features of Java 8, I did some research on it and ended up not understanding it at all. Other than some relation with complex mathematical terms, there was nothing I could understand about this.