Watched a 2019 movie, Where Hands Touch, about the condition of blacks in Nazi Germany. I was surprised to learn that there were about 25,000 blacks in Germany at the time of Hitler’s ascendancy and also how little I have read, heard and learnt about them. Many of the black children were children of mixed… Continue reading Where Hands Touch: a poignant story about blacks in Nazi Germany
Watched Pagglait on Netflix today. Released on March 6, starring the wonderful Sanya Malhotra, who after debuting in Dangal seems to be going from strength to strength in each movie. She is very ably supported by Ashutosh Rana in a very subtle and understated performance as well as a collection of not-so-famous but very talented… Continue reading Pagglait: Wonderful!
A touching story about a mixed religion couple and their son, committed to and deeply in love with India, trying to find their way in establishing a life in India. It was very inspiring to see their grit and determination and steadfast support for each other in the face of a series of biased attitudes.… Continue reading A Billion Colour Story
Drag and Drop is a very different interaction than simpler one step interactions like clicking on an element. Testing them on automation tools such as Selenium or puppeteer is an interesting problem to solve. I looked far and wide for a solution for almost 8 hours and had a hard time getting to work. Finally,… Continue reading Testing Drag and Drop on HTML Pages
Welcome to my blog. A little about myself. My name is Deven Kalra and I am an engineer by profession. I, do have varied interests and thoughts. So, I thought I would share them with you!