Just an orphan kid and have no more to say.
Three things in general, cannot be avoided (at least I can never)
They are always unique.
I'm a family-less boy. My family was hunted leaving me all alone when my house targeted and deliberately set on a fire by a mob during a nonsense communal riot but I was survived by a rescue team with the help of firemen. As a survival, I didn't know whether it was my fortune or misfortune but when I recovered, the rescue team came to my home, one day. One of the members gave me a piece of paper in my hand in which the following text was written.
He asked me to read it carefully and I could hardly interpret the text as
- Life is now here,
- Life is nowhere.
All of them gave me a cute smile and went away and I decided to live peacefully and hopefully on their saying from then onwards and very soon.
Because of this tragedy, I'm alone couldn't join a school but a curiosity to learn something made me a self-learner. I'm indeed a self-learner, so I'm likely not able to answer any questions on this site right now.
In the field of computer science, my self-study mainly includes,
- Oracle, MySQL and MSSQL-Server with DBMS.
- and other theoretical subjects.
I'm currently dealing with - Android and Java EE including Servlet, JSP-JSTL/EL (with Spring and Struts with ORM models JPA/Hibernate) and JSF.
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