Today, A year ago

Today, I write this blog-post with lot of pain and agony. It was the same day a year ago, that my mother passed away. I was with her, when she breathed her last. She was  unconscious, and was struggling to breathe for some time. When she stopped breathing, we all knew that she was no more.  It was the most painful day of my life. Sometimes, I breakdown emotionally, when I think of it.

It’s been really hard for the entire family, especially my father, to bear with the loss. We feel her absence every minute.

“Mother though you leave us, your memories still remain fresh in the depths of our hearts. I miss you every moment of my life. You were the source of inspiration to me. Without your motivation, I would not have been what I am today.”

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About Bhavani Anantapur Bache

I'm an enthusiastic and self-motivated Software Engineer with a passion for building cutting-edge innovative products related to Embedded Systems. In a career spanning over 6 years in Software/Hardware technologies, I got involved the leading an entire software development life-cycle of projects from understanding the requirements and scope, product design, writing code, writing automation tests, documentation, debugging and fixing issues to release of the product to the customer. Such experience contributed towards my advanced proficiency in C++ and object-oriented programming. I liked working on Linux operating system, Linux shell scripting, writing Makefiles and Python. I enjoy solving complex problems and actively participate in programming challenges. I have a passion for innovation with a proven track record of publications in the international journals and conferences, in the areas of Signal Processing, Data Mining, and Machine learning. Currently, I'm working on building novel solutions using signal processing, data mining and machine learning methodologies. I aspire to build new products that would leverage my unique background in software, hardware, and machine learning and that would make a significant impact on the end user.
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