Immanuel Noel

Hebrew ʿimmānū'ēl : God is with us

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A so called Software Engineer, a little bit geeky, defintely not nerdy, working with the ColdFusion team at Adobe. When I’m not working, I love to go cycling (Trek 3700) at dawn - Covered 20.31 kms, at an average of 14.59 kmph in the last 30 days, travel, explore nature (the most recent clicks exist at Flickr) through the lens (Canon 60D + 50mm + 18-55mm + 55-250mm) or dab on the keyboard (The legacy, Yamaha PSR-18) with minimal knowledge I’ve gained - and continue to gain - from notes/articles/videos scattered across the internet. Between all of the above, I jump in front of the screen often to do what I love most – code.

I tend to ensure Facebook doesn't speak much of me. A good way to "touch base" (yeah, that word always amuses me) would be at my
blog or twitter

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Here is a snapshot of my journey through technology. I started off building C# - .NET Windows Applications while in college, turning all ideas that came into my mind into applications and some of them made it to sites like Download.com and ZNet. dWise Solutions later offered me a chance to work with them. At my stint here, had opportunities to explore Android development (I built on 1.5 Cupcake back then), C# - .NET, PHP, Javascript, Adobe AIR, Adobe Flex, ActionScript and MXML. Post that, I moved on to Adobe as a Flash Platform Evangelist, and had an opportunity to work with some amazing people, speak at some top notch conferences, and got to know a ton of people from the Flash Community. Later moved on to work with the Flash Runtime Engineering Team, got the ACE Flex Certification, got to work on the ground breaking Stage3D and had a sneak peek into OpenGL and assembly language – AGAL. Next came the stint with the ColdFusion Engineering Team, which continues to entice me, with the insights into the server side of things, with CFML and numerous permutations of connectors, webservers and server OSs. Python, Javascipt and scripting caught hold of me, and the ease and simplicity of the languages impress me. I'm looking forward to EcmaScript 6, Angular 2.0 and am sold to the idea of Internet of Things, and fish some time trying to hack around with Raspberry Pi and a few sensors. You can find a little bit of code I've written at Bitbucket.

Here are a couple of services I use to keep track of the code I write, Wakatime - shows a neat log of all the code, across languages, that I'm writing right now, and Statosphere shows a BitBucket commit distribution as a heatmap.

Also helped build the infra for Veloscope, a sports media collective.

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/live-feed

code check-in, cycling, photography, et al

  • cycling
    Rode 9.95 kms in 45 minutes on 25

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    Feb - averaging at 13.14 kmph and generating 355kJ

    -strava

  • cycling
    Rode 10.36 kms in 39 minutes on 25

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    Feb - averaging at 16.02 kmph and generating 358kJ

    -strava

  • cycling
    Rode 14.73 kms in 46 minutes on 20

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    Aug - averaging at 19.27 kmph and generating 464kJ

    -strava

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aggregating facebook and twitter

  • twitter
    RT @nishantssit: “Any fool can write code that a computer can understand. Good programmers write code that humans can understand. Now you d…

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  • twitter
    @British_Airways Your guys just got it touch. Thanks!

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  • twitter
    @British_Airways How do I track lost baggage on your network. A domestic airlines has handed over my baggage for international delivery

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