ishan Vyas

Fort Mcmurray, Ab, Canada

About ishan

Bio

One of the youngest Engineers that graduated from Ryerson University Alumina 2010, I have been passionate about Engineering all my life. I wasn't the brightest students back home in India; in fact one of my teachers wrote on my report card that I had no future. Coming to Canada, I became more serious. Brought up in the family with an engineering background, proved myself in next 4 years and now I am working for fisher powerline constructions as an Engineer.

Languages

English, Gujarati, Hindi

Areas of Expertise

Electrical Engineering, Power

An idea worth spreading

Bring a change in society, by a combined team of architectures, artists, engineers and workers.

I'm passionate about

I am passionate about technology. Even though my major is power, I was always interested in software. I have made few websites, always loved HTML, CSS, XHTML, Java Script and PHP.

Comments & conversations

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ishan Vyas
Posted almost 4 years ago
Is our destiny to be one world with one language?
I think you are right in what you are saying; I am thinking more technology wise! We got such brilliant people all around the world, so talented that if we all knew one language could be Japanese, Chinese, and English anything. Imagine what the world can be. India for example is now considered one of the best when it comes to telecommunication, the only reason I see that happening is due to more and more people learning English. Not just that, as a country let's say you have so much crises and imagine nobody in that country can speak any other language except for the one that is spoken in their country, I think it would be a disaster, as one will not be able to express their crises to other countries or even ask for help. A common language is what keeps us all from growing only bigger! If you restrict a man from learning only one language depending on the country. We won’t be learning about the Pre-WWII Japan, or Nazi Germany, because there wouldn’t be anybody who can translate. Believe it or not, common language does matter. We can learn from each other’s culture, we can learn from each other mistakes so we don’t have to repeat the mistake and start from 0.
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ishan Vyas
Posted almost 4 years ago
Is our destiny to be one world with one language?
An interesting topic that you brought up!! I think we are moving in that direction as English is becoming a common language in majority of the countries. For example no matter what country the TEDx is held, all the presentations are in English. As of now even if every human learns the same language we won’t be able to be one world. It's like we are divided into small families which we call country. Unless humans don’t understand the power of one world, it would be impossible to become one world. It would take time, but I think it would happen in future may be in next 10000 years!!
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ishan Vyas
Posted about 4 years ago
Neil Pasricha: What do you do to make your life awesome?
It’s important to be happy in order to make your life awesome. I have always felt awesome in my life, cause I take things positively. People ask me this a lot of time, that "We think god loves you way more than us" but the fact is when you look at things positively, people tend to come closer to you then if you have negative attitude. A key to success is positive attitude. For example, once my little cousin tried to throw a big stone on the road, and without realising how heavy it was he threw it and it landed on my leg giving me 15 stiches on my leg. My mom started crying and cussing, while I told her that thank god it was just 15 stiches, what if I had to cut the whole leg. She started smiling and said yes "Thank god". Another thing to feel awesome is to accept and digest your own mistakes. When you learn to digest your own mistakes, you tend to make improvement in yourself. The key to digest and accept your mistake is to "Listen". The key to feeling awesome is to have positive attitude and accept and digest your own mistake by listening and make improvement in yourself.