Take charge of your life!
Hi there! I am Hima Bindu, a CS undergrad at GVPCE(A). Exploring computers and loving it. I also love learning new programming languages, Reading books and writing clean code. I also paint, design, motivate and teach sometimes.
I didn't have any prior knowledge in Computer science domain until my Freshman's year. I explored various domains and figured out what i like to work on further. I am interested in Theoretical computer science and problem solving. I have always been interested in mentorship and leadership positions.
Here are some skills I have developed in course of two years
- Python: Very Comfortable
- C: Comfortable
- C++: Little UnComfortable and learning
- Java: New and learning
- Haskell: Comfortable and learning
- LaTeX: Very comfortable and Used for every Presentation
- Blender, Fspy: Comfortable
- GIT: Very comfortable
- Linux:Linux user since 2019
- Shell Scripting:New and Learning
- VIM: Never used mouse while programming, haha
- HTML, CSS, Bootstrap:Comfortable
- DesigningCan help in any design perspective.
- Googling: Well you know, it's a skill.
Hima Bindu Tenneti
I am a CS undergrad in GVPCE(A).
- Andhra Pradesh, India
Bachelor's of Technology
2019 - Present
Gayatri Vidya Parishad college of engineering(Autonomous)
Second year undergrad.CGPA:
2017 - 2019
Sri Chaitanya Junior collegeCGPA:
Pereira English Noble School.GPA:
•> Quantum Computer Lab:
A 3D modelling group project, implemented Quantum Computer and the Lab in Blender.
A word game writen in Haskell
•> Classic Conway's Game-of-life:
A cellular automaton built using Pygame.
•> Certificate generator
Can be used to create lot of Certificates with ease. Wrote in Python.
An API writen in Python and SQL.It’s a Database for blogs
A ChatBot for a website using Google's DialogFlow. Trained with nearly 600 - 700 queries.
•> Harry Potter's Invisible Cloak:
An OpenCV project which replicates the Harry Potter’s Invisible cloak.
Made a simple documentation replica with Sphinx - Python.
Currently working on
Writing a Compiler/Intrepreter
A group project aiming to implement Lox Language and a Jlox, Clox compilers
Enjoying the art of solving problems under interview pressure
Trying my hands on Ml with a peer group, Starting with neural networks. Well, because they are interesting.
Making lists for future events and cool things that matter.
Accomplishments and communities
I very much enjoy being in a community, One of the Great things about communities is that we can learn and share our knowledge at the same time. Thankfully, i'm part of various communities and that is the one thing drives me to explore and learn different things everyday!.
Computers and Communities keep me alive.
One of 126 first year undergrad girls all over India, who got selected over four-staged selection process for a 2-year training program with scholarship by Talentsprint and Google.2019 march - Present
GDSC and GVP AI Club lead at GVPCE(A) for a Team of 30 amazing people. Building a local community in our college step by step.
P.S: I would love to collaborate with other clubs! Contact me :D2021 July - present
Part of thriving IEEE's Student branch Excom 2021-22 @GVPCE(A) as a Secretary. We organize lot of events for Student members and tech enthusiasts.2021 August - Present
Worked with blender, documented, designed and implemented a Quantum Computer Lab as a Team of 42021 August - 2021 September
Part of thriving IEEE's Student branch in GVPCE(A) as a vice chair person of CS society. We organize lot of events for Student members and tech enthusiasts.2021 March - 2021 August
Ambassador for IEEE XTREME 15.02021 July - Present
A new MLSA, working on things to level up to alpha MLSA.2021 June - Present
Core member in GDSC(formerly known as DSC) as an All-rounder lead at GVPCE(A)2020 August - 2021 June
•> Certified for Satkarya's Poster presentation in the domain of Health-Care.
•> Participated for a poster presentation on women empowerment at GVPCE(A).2019
"It is The ultimate test of whether I understand something is if I can explain it to a computer. I can say something to you and you’ll nod your head, but I’m not sure that I explained it well. But the computer doesn’t nod its head. It repeats back exactly what I tell it. In most of life, you can bluff, but not with computers." - Donald Knuth
Programs must be written for people to read, and only incidentally for machines to execute. - Hal Abelson, SICP
It's not Bragging when it's based on facts! - #IAmRemarkable
If you have some work to be done, Give it to a Busy person because the other types don't have time. - Unknown.
"It is not knowledge, but the act of learning, not possession but the act of getting there which generates the greatest satisfaction" - C.F. Gauss
Projects that I worked on while learning and exploring various domains.
- Design and Non-programming