Varun Shrivastava's Blog

I'm a Full Stack Developer at ThoughtWorks with around 4 years of experience in building enterprise software systems in finance and retail domain. Experienced in design, development, and deployment of scalable software. Highly dependable and enthusiastic team player who loves contributing to open source and developing software with best practices.

Sunday, 23 August Varun Shrivastava Blogging No comments
Tuesday, 18 August Varun Shrivastava Blogging No comments
Girl marries and goes to Husband's house. Now, the husband's house is her place too. She spends eternity with her husband in that house. Right? Cool, if you agree with me on the above statement then answer me this, if a girl owns the husband's house and her father's house than what does her brother have?
Sunday, 16 August Varun Shrivastava Blogging No comments
Thursday, 14 May Varun Shrivastava Blogging No comments
Thursday, 14 May Varun Shrivastava Blogging No comments
The world is changing rapidly and its going towards a new phase where Families would come together and strangers will become more strange.
Tuesday, 14 April Varun Shrivastava Blogging No comments
The Lockdown has now been extended till May 03, and it will be a complete 40 days lockdown in India. Many people are frustrated because of this. Many are showing their anger. And many like me are just sitting at home in front of their computers and doing their office work. Oh, we have a term for that... WFH.
Monday, 27 January Varun Shrivastava Blogging , Cooking No comments
The Tamas guna, or characteristic, is epitomised by inertia. Naturally, foods that represent this characteristic lack prana (energy) and therefore, act as a sedative, making the body and mind sluggish.
Tuesday, 07 January Varun Shrivastava Blogging No comments
Thursday, 02 January Varun Shrivastava Blogging No comments
I made a wrong decision recently and it made me realized that our instincts are always right. This article is a small lesson that I learned by not going with my instincts. I hope it will help you too.
Sunday, 24 November Varun Shrivastava Blogging No comments
Health is a gift of nature. We are really grateful that our minds and bodies are fit and healthy. Imagine a person who is suffering from Asthama or Diabetes. Life is so much different for them. They constantly have to think at every single point in their life before taking any decision.