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Shyam 10h
Replying to @CNBCTV18Live
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Shyam 10h
Replying to @shyamdotme
This is why ICE auto makers are resistant to make EV, it makes their core business redundant if not obsolete.
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Shyam 10h
Yep, exact same points made in that documentary almost 13 years ago, good watch if you haven't seen it.
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Shyam 10h
Another two wheeler around 65K
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Replying to @shyamdotme
set to transfer tech on low-cost batteries to industry
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Shyam 10h
Also is offering a cheaper battery technology
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Shyam 10h
Where are they costlier ? Hero Optima is around 60K same as any scooter like TVS jupiter
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Shyam 10h
Absolute hogwash, ICE auto makers are hesitant to create a electric vertical that will cannibalize their ICE vertical. "Who killed the electric car" is an excellent documentary that exposes precisely this hypocrisy. As Gadkari said "switch to clean vehicles or get bulldozed".
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Shyam 11h
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Shyam 11h
should launch a campaign I am sure millions would donate modest amount
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Navin Kabra 15h
[Poll]: Question for programmers (especially those in interviewing/hiring positions): What is your opinion of a programmer who's been using a language like Java/C#/Python/Ruby/PHP for a few years, but is still not aware of basic string manipulation methods like split, trim/strip?
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Shyam 12h
Replying to @ngkabra @amolaranke
Using a wrapper library like meant a lot of developers didn't know native ECMAScript but that doesn't mean they weren't good coders or incapable of knowing or understanding underlying semantics. For me coding philosophy much much more important than Semantics.
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Shyam 12h
Replying to @ngkabra @amolaranke
Most companies have wrapper around native functions as part of helper package to future proof the code, it came in very handy for example, when split was deprecated in PHP all we had to change was the internals of a single helper rather than entire code.
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Shyam 12h
Replying to @ngkabra @amolaranke
Disagree, people reinvent the wheel all the time If the sort works better than native then great. Many times the re-invented wheel outperforms the native functionality. Knowing the native implementation is good but not a deal-breaker if the coder has other important attributes.
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Shyam 13h
Replying to @ngkabra @amolaranke
Depends, semantics are trivial and are easy to train. Much more important that the coder is proficient in the best philosophies of coding i.e DRY principle, separation of concern, single responsibility etc. is more valuable than these semantic triviality.
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Brahma Chellaney Jun 23
Despite BRI, China is losing the Southeast Asia infrastructure race to Japan, whose $58.7 billion high-speed railway between Hanoi and Saigon illustrates its success in bagging mega-projects. (Interest rates for Japan’s loans are much lower than China's.)
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Tshering Tobgay Jun 21
With Tashi, celebrating International Day of Yoga with some simple asanas. Many thanks to and Yoga Guru KVSSN Murthy ji.
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Shyam Jun 23
A paper came out recently showing the common mealworms could eat, survive on and break down styrofoam
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