Friday, January 01, 2010

Looking back at 2009 and forward at 2010

Wish you all a very happy and prosperous new year 2010.

I did a lot of travel by car in 2009. Met friends and visited places in Canada and US. Work was more busy due to a big release, had fun in the get togethers of the montreal MAYA group.

Looking at the resolutions i had set last year
- Being more in touch with friends
I did some progress on this one. Travelled more and met more of my old college and amdocs friends.
- Organize and upload pics
No progress at all. Did some bit of organizing of the photos clicked. But none were posted.
- Organize my contact list
Organized around 15 contacts into a central list. That's it. No progress here as well.
- Learn Swimming and Ice skating
No progress. Did not go either place even once.
- Improve on skiing
Did some skiing in the new year and the snow melted away.
- Improve in photography
Did some reading and progress. Yet to explore a lot.
- Back to active hacking
Did not do much on this front as well
- Close andhramahabharatam unicodification
Did about 1200 verses. Need to complete it this year.


The end result the year swept by and i did not do much on the resolutions. Not so good ..

I plan to do the following this year (more or less copy paste from last year) and spend more time in completing them
- Being more in touch with friends
- Organize and upload pics
- Organize my contact list
- Learn Swimming
- Improve in photography
- Close andhramahabharatam unicodification

5 comments:

calyen said...

I think you did best with "stay in touch with friends" resolution :-) very nice.

Wishing you marriage and lot of happiness in this year :)

btw, we share common resolutions this year, swimming,photography and hacking !!

V G said...

nice summary!
i too hope to spend time on andhramahabharatam this year.

apmag said...

Wishing you all the very best in 2010. Hope you are able to achieve more in the current year.

~Puneeth

bhanu said...

coool Prakash...
BTW, what is the URL for Andhramahabharatam ?

Tassel Daley said...

It's great to look back then go forward.