About Us


I am Varun, a Software Professional.

I created this platform to share my thoughts and experiences in Python, Data Science, C++, C++11 , STL, Design Patterns, Algorithms and Data Structure.

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22 thoughts on “About Us”

  1. Hi Varun,

    I just love all the C++ topics on your web site.
    Like the way you organize those C++ topics and they are so practical!

    Thanks for sharing!

  2. Your’s is the Best C++14 articles on whole internet which I found till now. This is much better than the videos in Youtube also…Great work Mr.Varun…

  3. Thank you so much for all your efforts to create such a lovely website which is like ocean of knowledge for C++.This website is the best.

  4. Thank you so much for making these great tutorials. Wish you got a big success in your career and also wish some publisher could wise enough to publish those valuable articles.

  5. Sean Flanigan

    I love the format of your articles. I was a software analyst for a large bank and I would have to write these documents for new developers. This format is great. Keep up the good work!

  6. Hello Varun,

    It’s really a good website to learn C++11. But do you have plans to update this page and add C++14 or C++17 details?

    I am asking because of the way you present things, it is quite simple to understand.


  7. Stuart Bakermault

    Hi Varun, you really have put a lot of thought, effort and expertise into making this website. It’s a pleasure to read the underpinning knowledge and explanations of what is being shown. I am only a beginner with Python, but already have found your page on Python (finding duplicates in lists and dictionaries) an EXCELLENT document. Something that other sites often do not show is the different kind of tabulated print output formats that you have illustrated. Your explanation of what is happening with the code makes using Python a joy. Without that valuable explanation, the operation of how the code works would be, for many people, very hard or even impossible to understand. You really MUST try and get your excellent work published. If it were, I would, unhesitatingly, pay to obtain a paperback copy.

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