STEM Up: Mariana Quiroga Londoño

Hi! My name is Mariana and I was born in Colombia. After my family and I survived one of the worst earthquakes in the Colombian history, we moved to Spain to start a new life. We faced struggles settling down but somehow managed to find a place to live and a spot for me in…

30 Seconds Read: BGP (Part 1)

Hola! Anyone who is studying Networking would know that BGP is a wide topic in itself. So I have planned to post byte-sized information on it. Today I am posting about BGP introduction, BGP message types, and BGP states. So read up and stay tuned for part 2!

STEM Up: Urja Modi

Hi, I am Urja and I am in the final year of dentistry. Choosing a field in medicine was the easiest decision of my life. I am a doctor and I enjoy helping people. Other than that, I am an ambivert and I love to party! I have a degree in Bharatnatyam, I was an…

STEM Up: Sukanya Tiwatne

My name is Sukanya, and I am a data scientist! I have a Master’s degree in Business Analytics and I love reading (check out – ‘Why We Sleep’ and thank me later 😉), calligraphy, and researching about data science. Being a minority, I am always looking for ways to encourage more women in STEM. I…

30 Seconds Read: WiFi Versions

Happy Sunday! Fact check- Did you know the explication for WiFi is Wireless Fidelity? That’s correct, not wireless network, but wireless fidelity. Well, seems like name is not the only confusing thing about WiFi, which brings me to my next point “WiFi Versions”. IEEE released the first version of 802.11 standard in 1997- now obsolete….