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India’s top hackathon winner did not go to an IIT (or any other name brand school)
Ravi Suhag has won 14 of the 16 hackathons he has participated in over the last four years, a winning rate of 88%.
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· Jun 15, 2017 · 09:30 pm
Code-a-cola: how to hide secret messages using fizzy drinks
Scientists have found a way to encrypt messages using common chemicals such as cola and mouthwash.
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· May 06, 2016 · 11:30 pm