Welcome to my home!

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Little about me...

I am Amitha Lingala aka exeami, this is my personal website.

What do I do?

I work as a backend developer, and this website is my way to learn and familiarise myself with the front end.
Apart from coding, I like to write (still figuring out how to do it) and cook (you might find some of my recipes soon on this website 😊). Also, I like things organised and ends up spending a lot of time planning things.
I love to learn something new every day, and currently exploring the Indie web, finding it wonderful.

Where can you find me?

I have a very low online presence, you can't find me on Twitter or Instagram or any other social media besides LinkedIn (where I have zero activity), and the best way to know me more is this website.
You can contact me for any kind of feedback or, suggestions.

About this website

Exeami πŸ€”?

When I decided to make my website, I couldn't figure out what to name it. I wanted something simple, small and with my name in it. After considering a lot of combinations, I felt exeami is perfect as it is unique and available. At that moment, it made a lot of sense, as I took Exe from Executable (I write code and create executables πŸ˜›) and Ami from Amitha.

What's in here?

As I have my personal website now, which is a great platform to share my thoughts on various topics, I will be sharing the things I find interesting.
Mostly I will be sharing about Data Privacy, which I feel most important to know and talk about in this digital world.
Apart from this, I will write about things that grab my attention.
You can find my blogs which generally are detailed articles and posts which are collection of some quick writings and things I find on the internet.


Thank you Coding Otaku for the guidance and help.

Recent Blogs


Instagram for kids

Please don't do it.

Created on 2023-09-15

Data Privacy Social media

Getting to know IndieWeb

What is IndieWeb and why do you need to know about it?

Created on 2023-09-07

Ownership IndieWeb

Why should I care about data privacy?

Six reasons why.

Created on 2020-07-21

Data Privacy

Recent Posts

πŸ“„ Note

Best practices for better websites by Darek Kay

I found Best Practices for Building Better Websites by Darek Kay when going through Coding Otaku's Blogroll, which is very useful for someone like me who started learning website building. I started implementing a few things in my website after reading the blog. Darek has many more interesting blogs on accessibility that I have yet to explore.

Now, I am visiting some awesome websites with web rings and blogrolls that I did not see before with search engine results. It feels like a new world unlocked.

πŸ’­ Thoughts

Mobile View

When I was developing this website, It was a feat to make my website have the same look and feel in mobile or small screen devices as it is on my desktop. I had to compromise and make a few decisions to achieve it (I hope I did).

One day, when browsing, I stumbled upon Eduardo's website. The moment I saw this website, I fell in love with the styles and the colour scheme. It is so soothing, and the feel of the newspaper made me subconsciously immerse in the site. Then I shared it, and the person opened it on a mobile phone, and he did not understand what I was talking about. The mobile view for this site is good, and it is responsive design, but it did not do any justice to the desktop site. I felt sad as many did not experience what I did and might not even know that other version exists.

That day, I realized that many of us might be missing some wonderful things on the internet when we get stuck with small screen devices.

πŸ’­ Thoughts

Organ Donation

I like to believe most people are in favour of organ donation as it can save lives, and if not donated, organs are useless. The fact is, there are always more people waiting for the organs. When I think about it, maybe many support the idea, but because they never got to sign for it, organs are not automatically used to save or improve other lives.

Then comes the debate whether organ donation should be opt-in or opt-out. I might say it should be opt-out, as I can not comprehend why anyone not want to donate after death, but I know there can be reasons beyond my understanding.

So, the only solution is educating and spreading awareness about organ donation and letting individuals decide what is wrong or right for them.

If you support organ donation, not only signing up for it (if you are in a country where it is opt-in), but also talking about it whenever you can, might make a difference that you might not even realize. I wish the government and educational institutes add it to the curriculum so that people can decide early in their life, but as I can not control that, I will do what I can and hope you do what you can.