I’m Jayesh Panchal.
I was born in Banswara (India) sometime in the early half of the 1990s and have been blessed with loving parents and one younger sister.
I attended The Maharaja Sayajirao University, Baroda where I completed my graduation(BCA) as well as post graduation in computer applications(MCA).
I work at Zeus Learning, Mumbai, and absolutely love what I do (writing tons of code).
Most of the time when I am not writing code, I spend thinking about the design of various things. The experience user will have. The usability of particular design etc.
My love for bikes is known to almost everyone in my life.
I started this blog because of my love for writing. Especially so for things that I like. This site is a resource - for myself and the community. It’s also my personal design and code playground, a place to experiment, and therefore, a site that is often in a state of flux.
If you’re feeling up to it, tweet me on Twitter.
I retain all copyrights to the design, code and content on this site. I’ll be really flattered that you were ‘inspired’ by anything I’ve created here. All original code examples displayed within a post on this site is for the public domain. Packaged code (usually in a ZIP format) will include its own copyright information. Code presented as samples or examples from third-party software still retain any owner’s copyrights.
There is no need to email me for permission - use my content however you want! Email it, share it, reprint it with or without credit. Change it around, put in a bunch of swear words and attribute them to me. It’s OK.
Attribution is appreciated but not required.