Heads up Engineers!
“I have been impressed with the urgency of doing. Knowing is not enough; we must apply. Being willing is not enough; we must do.” – Leonardo da Vinci.
All through the ages the word ‘Engineering’ has metamorphosed. Ancient inventions and discoveries which form the basic principles of engineering were not identified under this tag. Later it went on to be defined as ‘Science that simply works’. What engineering today means is that ‘the hectic workload’ with assignments, theories and the one with more antagonistic reasons.
We find that the world paces towards development with several modifications in technology, despite the infinitesimal rate of invention. There is the Big Bang Theory based on Large Hardon Collider and there is also the Higgs Boson Particle. If BMW was considered world class then Audi comes in with it’s new set of automobile spree. If Facebook programming was considered the best you may also have to take a look at what Twitter has to offer. Laptops are inevitable and desktop computers come with bigger hard disk space with trillions of bytes. The worlds’ tallest skyscrapers are being built simultaneously as the longest bridges are laid. Even the tiniest, as far as Pico sized microorganisms are blown up using a microscope for their behaviour to be studied, following manipulations.
Engineering tells what the world does and how it works. It has no meaning, until applied.
Engineers are versatile. This blog is one such example.
Semantic Spirit by Swetha Ananthan
What’s Cooking by N&W team
Fun & Retrospection by Niveda Avinash
Persona with Gowtham R
Cabin by Mr.Strict Gowtham
Pow-Wow with Sridhar Prince
Psych Out with Gavin Cangan
Happy Engineers’ Day!