Srishti Sisodia

Srishti Sisodia, Technical Content Journalist at WetheGeek, is an engineer, whose love for writing drew her towards the profession. Her insatiable desire to learn about technology makes her a passionate writer about technological advances around the world. A voracious reader, a baking enthusiast, and a foodie could be a few other titles to describe her personality.

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Learning Center - 2020-05-22

How To Measure Your Stress Level Amidst COVID-19 Pandemic?

COVID-19, the current epidemic started in Wuhan, China, and within a few months, it has affected 203 countries and its territories around the world. This outbreak has not been controlled yet, and the cure is yet to be found. The WHO has laid down the basic guidelines and preventive measures; however, with increasing cases and…

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Tech News - 2020-03-13

Will Coronavirus Outbreak Result In Lifting Data Caps Forever?

Home internet users have always been living under a constant threat of diminishing data caps. With the Coronavirus outbreak at large, people are forced to stay home, do meetings via video or audio conferencing. With the time of distress surrounding, people prefer to stay in and pass their time by watching YouTube and other streaming…

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Tech News - 2020-01-04

Do You Know Where & How Is Your Data Stored?

“Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge? Where is the knowledge we have lost in information?” ~ T.S. Eliot Everything in the world perishes once its sweet time ends. The machines or the data stored on your disks meet the same fate. Everything has a shelf life. Now, with advanced technology, it is…

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Software - 2021-07-06

Why Do You Need A Pattern Matcher Tool?

If you are a designer at a textile or paper industry, working on patterns and dealing with designs must be your daily chore. Your collection must be filled with numerable identical-looking patterns. With time, your database is filled with duplicates and similar-looking patterns, making it hard to identify them. Also, staring at patterns and designs…

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The Firefox logo isn’t a fox

It is a common misbelief that the furry creature in the Firefox logo is a fox thanks to its name. But it is rather a Red Panda.