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Processor speed was 4. But the machine intrigued him enough to soldier on. He started learning computing by reading books.

It was helpful in creating commercial-level programmes like billing payrolls and inventory, which come in handy at small companies. Whatever he learnt, Yashavant taught his students at his computer training institute as well. He also started helping students from nearby local engineering colleges with their projects on computer programming.

Yashavant Kanetkar's current office On one such project, students of a college were asked to work on the new programming language C. They didn't know C, and neither did Yashavant. They requested him to teach them C by reading a book on the programming language.

He remembers, It was the beginning of my business where the basic rule is - you never say no.

Soon, he realised that it was compiling the programme in UNIX, so he got the tiny-c interpreter on a floppy drive from a shop in Mumbai and returned to Nagpur. He tried it on some of the smallest C programmes and was delighted to see it working just fine. Teacher-turned-columnist-turned-author Yashavant liked C because of its brief and succinct nature.

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But this thought remained dormant for many years. At a Computer Society of India conference, Yashavant met the editor of Express Computer, a magazine published by The Indian Express and expressed his interest to write a column for the magazine. He says, I tried to correlate the programmes with normal life. That honed my skills of writing. This column became instantly popular and I met people who said they download Express Computer only to read my column.

The column ran for almost five years. He offered to convert the notes into a book. Yashavant agreed, as this would save him a lot of time and efforts. He requested 30 copies of the book for his students. Six months later, he got another envelope from the same publisher. This time with a cheque of Rs 4, This made him realise the possibility of making money by writing books.

That's when he started writing Let Us C. Writing columns gave him a lot of confidence and taught him a lot about how to begin a chapter and how to not get stuck. He took a year to complete Let Us C. There were no desktop publishing software those days, so the book was sent to Delhi for typesetting. Yashavant attributes the book's popularity to its simple language.

Yashavant and his wife went through names including ' leagues under the C', before arriving at 'Let Us C'.

They chose it because it was very simple like the content of the book. Let Us C went for republishing new editions almost every year since its first print. Today, it is in its 15th edition and has been translated into Hindi, Gujarati, Korean, Japanese, Mandarin, and many more languages.

Almost four million copies of the book have been sold. The book has not only helped Yashavant commercially and given him name and fame, but it also enabled him to touch millions of lives. Yashawant also created Quest in with an ex-Microsoft employee. Quest is a content delivery platform that distributes video tutorials by Yashavant. Till date, 26 titles have been recorded for Quest now with Japanese edition.

His mantra to choose a subject is simple: he would learn, teach and write about anything that interested him. He says, I had a really tough time understanding these two topics.

On top of it, writing the book in a way that everybody can understand it was a big challenge. Not many people are interested in these two topics so these books weren't sold as much. C on plane One of the most complicated programme that Yashavant has worked on was an assignment given by Air India.

When an aircraft takes off and lands, there are close to parameters that are recorded during the flight. A few minutes into the the aircraft landing, these parameters decide whether the plane is fit for the next flight.

Yashavant was able to create the programme using C to help maintenance engineers understand the health of the plane. What was satisfying for Yashavant was that there was a lot of responsibility associated with it.

For aspiring tech writers Yashawant believes that technical correctness and the right usage of terminology is of paramount importance for technical writing. He says, You should progress from a simple programme to a complex one to a further complex programme. He immediately submitted a proposal to set up a computer training centre and received a loan of Rs 50, One PC was priced at almost Rs 45, and he used the loan money to download that.

With this, Yashavant set up a computer training centre in a one-room setup. But this was not exactly a rational decision. Given his limited exposure to PCs, Yashavant didn't know much about them.

He remembers, There was only one reset button in the front.

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There was only one floppy drive. Hard disk was yet to arrive. Processor speed was 4. But the machine intrigued him enough to soldier on. He started learning computing by reading books. It was helpful in creating commercial-level programmes like billing payrolls and inventory, which come in handy at small companies.

Whatever he learnt, Yashavant taught his students at his computer training institute as well. He also started helping students from nearby local engineering colleges with their projects on computer programming.

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Yashavant Kanetkar's current office On one such project, students of a college were asked to work on the new programming language C. They didn't know C, and neither did Yashavant. They requested him to teach them C by reading a book on the programming language.

He remembers, It was the beginning of my business where the basic rule is - you never say no. Soon, he realised that it was compiling the programme in UNIX, so he got the tiny-c interpreter on a floppy drive from a shop in Mumbai and returned to Nagpur.

He tried it on some of the smallest C programmes and was delighted to see it working just fine. Teacher-turned-columnist-turned-author Yashavant liked C because of its brief and succinct nature.

But this thought remained dormant for many years. At a Computer Society of India conference, Yashavant met the editor of Express Computer, a magazine published by The Indian Express and expressed his interest to write a column for the magazine.

He says, I tried to correlate the programmes with normal life. That honed my skills of writing. This column became instantly popular and I met people who said they download Express Computer only to read my column.

The column ran for almost five years. He offered to convert the notes into a book. Yashavant agreed, as this would save him a lot of time and efforts. He requested 30 copies of the book for his students. Six months later, he got another envelope from the same publisher. This time with a cheque of Rs 4, This made him realise the possibility of making money by writing books.

That's when he started writing Let Us C. Writing columns gave him a lot of confidence and taught him a lot about how to begin a chapter and how to not get stuck. He took a year to complete Let Us C. There were no desktop publishing software those days, so the book was sent to Delhi for typesetting.

Yashavant attributes the book's popularity to its simple language. Yashavant and his wife went through names including ' leagues under the C', before arriving at 'Let Us C'. They chose it because it was very simple like the content of the book.

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Let Us C went for republishing new editions almost every year since its first print. Today, it is in its 15th edition and has been translated into Hindi, Gujarati, Korean, Japanese, Mandarin, and many more languages.

Almost four million copies of the book have been sold. The book has not only helped Yashavant commercially and given him name and fame, but it also enabled him to touch millions of lives.

Yashawant also created Quest in with an ex-Microsoft employee. Quest is a content delivery platform that distributes video tutorials by Yashavant. Till date, 26 titles have been recorded for Quest now with Japanese edition. His mantra to choose a subject is simple: he would learn, teach and write about anything that interested him.

He says, I had a really tough time understanding these two topics. On top of it, writing the book in a way that everybody can understand it was a big challenge.Whatever he learnt, Yashavant taught his students at his computer training institute as well. While forging metals, he also forged some lifelong friendships during his college days.

On top of it, writing the book in a way that everybody can understand it was a big challenge. Soon, he realised that it was compiling the programme in UNIX, so he got the tiny-c interpreter on a floppy drive from a shop in Mumbai and returned to Nagpur.

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But the machine intrigued him enough to soldier on. What helped instill so much confidence in Abhishek during his under graduation days that he could do away with his fear of coding?

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