Recently, I was exploring various logging mechanism available in Java and I came across this topic – Aspectj.
I found the AOP – Aspect Oriented Programming approach quite unique (and complex to use as well! :P)
As I learned basics of Aspectj step by step, I kept taking notes of whatever I’ve grasped. Sharing it here.
This post has been inspired from: Remove cold without medicine – An excellent writeup by Bhavya Gandhi.
I read his post in April 2016, changed my daily routine as suggested in his article and well – it worked!
Earlier, once in every 3 months, I was used to get hit by cold. Cold would block nostrils for at least for week, and then would go away naturally. Apparently Bhavya had same issue. I followed his suggestion, now it is August 2016 and I’m yet to experience cold attack!
During my schooldays, I had a classmate. Let’s call him/her X. We always used to compete fiercely for 1st rank in school exams.
Fast forward school. Now in college. 3 years zoomed off, I didn’t hear anything about X.
As humans, we tend to be interested in stories of our old rivals. I’m no different. I wanted to know how X has been doing in college.
In India, exam results are often indication of one’s brilliance and success. Though, I thoroughly disagree with that notion, I started to wonder, is there any way I could get results of X? It could be a good weekend project.
When I was preparing list of waterfalls in Gujarat, I came to know about Jodiya waterfalls, Bilpudi, Dharampur. At that time, Bilpudi waterfalls were unknown to most people. Little did I know they would turn out as major attraction in monsoon 2016.
Bilpudi waterfalls are origin of Swargvahini River, which passes through Dharampur town.
Updating this article with good photos and more details to help out travelers.
મોસમનો મિજાજ આજે કંઈક અલગ છે,
શીતળ આહલાદક પવનનો સાથ જો છે.