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Sasank Mukkamala About Me

My name is Sasank Mukkamala. I’m a 29-year old Web/Android Developer and Software Engineer from Hyderabad, India. I am:


If I’m building websites, they are mostly on WordPress. My expertise in front-end technologies lies in HTML/5, CSS, JavaScript, AngularJS, Ionic, etc. My server side skills revolve around PHP, Python, Node.js, NGINX, Varnish. (Progressive) Web Apps are my latest infatuation.

I enjoy building Android apps from the ground up – ideation to deployment and marketing. And I have built several of them for myself and others. Adx Dashboard is one of them.

I occasionally try and get my hands dirty on latest technologies building smart scripts and solving complex problems using intelligent design and algorithms.

Spare Time

When not buried in my text editor or IDE, I am usually learning something. I love learning new technologies above everything else. My philosophy on learning has always been the same: experiment, watch a course, try a project, fail, fix, fail again, fix again, forget everything and re-learn. Sometimes it’s difficult for people to see the point of all this.

Most of my reminder time, I spend watching tv shows on Netflix/Prime. I enjoy reading an occasional book.

Contacting Me

If you think any of my posts could have been better or there exists a simpler solution, or the website should contain a post written by you, please share your thought in the comments. You will get a reply. If you want to reach me directly for some reason, you can mail me at I do my best to be as accessible as possible.

This Blog

Most of the articles on this website are/will be inspired by the everyday problems that I face as a developer. Sometimes they might be just questions and not answers and in some cases, they might be opinions. In any case, I know that the feedback/solutions provided by my readers will be of immense help for me to grow my skills as a developer. I request everyone to keep discussions civil and promote high-quality conversation from which all of us can learn. We all know that the support from fellow developers can sometimes prove to be more valuable than the hours we spend fiddling with things by ourselves.