My name is Nimit Kalra.
I'm a student, aspiring data scientist, avid tennis player, and budding web developer.

Who I Am

I'm a high school student by day, tennis player by evening, and programmer by night. You can count on me to make the best out of every moment, no matter the premise. I stick to my goals and make things happen.


What I Do

I learn.
Constantly. In today's world, technology is everywhere. I must continuously learn in order to empower the useful applications that technology has brought us. I am profficient in modern web development, PHP, MySQL, Redis, and related technologies. Although I am no master, I am actively delving into modern design in order to give my web applications a nice shell. Aside from programming-related ventures, I will be studying Precalculus at my high school this coming school year and am eager to advance to higher level mathematics in my future. I am most interested in solving problems by harnessing the computing power of today in conjunction with mathematics and statistics. One prominent field that I have my eyes set on in is data science.

I create.
My hands are always busy. Whether I'm writing code or a blog post, there's never a time I'm not fabricating something that interests me. In my free time, I enjoy building web applications with a purpose. I believe the choice is ours to choose between a life of observation and a life of creation. But we must suffer the consequences and breathe the fruits of our decision. So choose wisely.

I improve.
Improvement in yourself is magical. As Ernest Hemingway once said:

There is nothing noble in being superior to your fellow man; true nobility is being superior to your former self.


My Work

All of my open-source programming projects that I've either started or contributed to can be found on my Github profile. I've worked on some non open-source projects as well, most notable of which include Trinkly.

You can also check out my online math notes, or motes that I'm currently working on. (Note: these are a work in progress)

I wrote a mini-research paper on the Dispersion of Religious Populations following the Partition of India for my AP Human Geography course.

Let's chat.

Want to work on something together? Have a burning question? Just want to talk?
Email me at nimit (at) nimitkalra (dot) com, tweet me @qw3rtman, or add me on Skype.