Happy Birthday RowdyMehul!!!!!

” Life only comes around once, so do whatever makes you happy, and be with whoever makes you smile”

In this fast moving life of 21st century, everyone is running and trying to achieve something whether money, fame or anything which they dream of. It has some advantages and have some disadvantages too. People have stopped helping each other, spending quality time and smiling. Yes! People are less happy these days and more tensed. Although, the happy human beings didn’t went totally extinct but are scattered around different parts of the world. Continue reading …

#WebVR @ MozNirma

Cross posted on my blog.


A-Frame is a web framework for building virtual reality experiences, making it easy for anyone to get involved with virtual reality. Its goal is to onboard developers into 3D and advance WebVR, an open platform for virtual reality that leverages the Web. Having more developers and content creators playing with WebVR is important for the future of virtual reality to help build towards a free and open virtual reality platform not owned by any individual entity. Continue reading …

Web Literacy event by MozNirma Club

After a great grand inauguration of MozNirma, it was time for them to flagship a Web Literacy event. A week after inauguration Jayneel, the club lead of MozNirma had called me up and said that they are planning for Web Literacy event in the first week of March 2017.

So now it was my turn to guide them on how they can kick start the Web Literacy campaign. Since I was aware about how to start on this event I gave them an example of KidZilla event which we have conducted during our college days, so that they will get an basic idea on how to plan, which age group they are going to target and what are the topics they are gone teach them etc… After giving an incite about KidZilla event he had now got an idea on how to start and were to start. Continue reading …

Maker Party Gujarat


Maker Party what’s that?

Maker Party is Mozilla’s annual global campaign to teach the web through hands-on learning and making. The Mozilla Gujarat community, along with educators, organizations and enthusiastic web users, will be teaching and learning the web in hundreds of classrooms and cafes, libraries and living rooms all around the world. It’s all part of our effort to teach the culture, mechanics and citizenship of the web. The event comprises of both talk session and hands on session. Throughout the course of events various discussions will take place that will help how we can make better internet. Continue reading …